This has been expanded since it first ran a few months ago -
“TIRED OF THE LIES”
The Bible is not the “word of God” — it’s a collection of myths and legends borrowed from older, earlier cultures. Most of the stuff in the Bible either never happened, or didn’t happen the way it’s recorded.
5 Reasons to Suspect Jesus Never Existed
A growing number of scholars are openly questioning or actively arguing against whether Jesus lived.
Time to feign surprise! Yesterday, Faux News “Anchor” Megyn Kelly made some obscenely racist statements, touting that it is a “verifiable fact” Santa and Jesus were white.
In other news, water is wet and the sky is blue. So here’s John Stewart tearing apart her flimsy arguments in the fantastic way only he can do.
And if you don’t believe that Santa and Jesus are white-ass honkeys then you’re apart of the War On Christmas!
- Bill O’Reilly
“Killing Jesus” is a book far more interested in glorifying Jesus than presenting honest history. It’s a book attempting to proselytize more than educate.
The surrounding history is done well. When the book isn’t covering Jesus, it provides great information and detail on fascinating characters such as Julius Caesar and Cleopatra.
When it comes to other characters, nothing is held back. The uncomfortable details are shared. But with Jesus he is protected.
It’s hard to recommend a book that’s so biased in its portrayal of history. For anyone who decides to read Killing Jesus, my advice is to be aware of what are true accounts of history and what is selective and sugar coated hearsay.
a study of the Greek shows that Jesus affirmed a gay couple !
Jesus, the Bible, and Homosexuality: Explode the Myths, Heal the Church
In this sure-to-be controversial book, former seminary professor and church official Jack Rogers argues unequivocally for the ordination
of homosexuals and for the extension of full and equal rights in society to all people who are homosexual. Christianity, he observes, has moved through history in the direction of ever-greater openness and inclusiveness.