Johnathan Botha's Blog (3)

The Blasphemy Challenge.

I think The Blasphemy Challenge is a brilliant initiative for a number of reasons;



It plays a part in consciousness raising - making it obvious to the world that we infidels are numerous beyond popular speculation. I also think that the challenge might, over time, empower the idea that being religious is embarrasing, and we make no reservations when it comes to lashing out.



I think it might have an impact on the number of Atheists who make themselves known as such, and who… Continue

Added by Johnathan Botha on September 1, 2008 at 5:12am — 2 Comments

Well its all just metaphorical really...

One can't help but wonder if Christianity seems a slight bit forgetful when they so vehemently pronounce that the good book lives up to its ill-begotten name. There seems to be a chasm filled with ardent terror in Christian history leading up to our modern age, but do they remember? Have we heard any apologies? Were there any memorial ceremonies held for their victims?



I thought I might refresh our memories as to the tyranny of Christianity.



I wonder if they remember 1208,… Continue

Added by Johnathan Botha on September 1, 2008 at 4:26am — 3 Comments

Angus Buchan – We are talking about the root vegetable right?

Every country has its vegetables; in the South African religious culture, July seems to mark the month of the potato – 70 000 potatoes to be exact. All of these vegetables gathered in all their disparity at the well-known Loftus Versfeld stadium in Pretoria on the 7’Th of this month to heed the mash that is the message of one of their insidious leaders in vegetable kind; Angus Buchan.



Buchan, who thought it apt to write a book entitled ‘Faith Like Potatoes’ – let’s just appreciate… Continue

Added by Johnathan Botha on July 22, 2008 at 11:21am — 2 Comments

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