Satan isn't who they say he is, and Todd Gates will tell you why.
FPussycat Satan 1 Alleee 1 Jerry Goldsmith * Poltergeist Theme
Griz Green * Jam at the Mortuary
Bob and Ray * In the Round Room
Tim Curry * Anything can Happen on Halloween
Bob Rosengarden and Phil…
Romney and Ryan believing in a god would be nothing remarkable: but is it not the case that both believe in a real, active, in-this-world Devil named Satan ? Or am I confusing theMormon cult with the Moonie cult?
Most believers in radical Islam also believe not simply in the reality of evil, but the reality of a personality named "Satan" or some equivalent.
Motto: if there is no God, hope eternal that there is no Devil
This week I give you the True Believer, a more "traditional" anti-Christmas Christian viewpoint: that "Santa" is just another way to spell S-A-T-A-N!
Santa is Satan Spelled Sideways Alleee1 Douglas Leedy * God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Albert Finney * I Hate People
Extra Special Jolly Day
Al Sears And His Countrymen * The Montreal Express
hell is a place of suffering and punishment for those who do wrong, even tho as long as you are saved nothing u can do can get you in hell.
Someone who rapes and murders people every night for 20 years straight before getting caught and and put in prison for 20 years. he gets out after serving his time, but within 3 years he goes right back in for killing 10 people. Then this time he is given the death sentence will go to hell right? he will pay for his crime for what he did and will be… Continue
I'd like to thank the Reverend Jehovah Jones for sending an email after I asked for one last time. Thanks, because it gives me content I don't have to create. This week, I take a look at the film "Santa Claus," a 1957 Mexican movie, and MST3K's take on it. We also have Nick Danger's Third Eye.
Turns out I'm not the only one who thinks that one of the great injustices of the Christian religion is its portrayal of Satan as The Greatest Evil, which isn't even warranted by biblical standards. This week, I read these two essays:
I was originally going to publish this at Associated Content but they don't give up front payments for opinion articles so I published it there under a non-exclusive license and will publish it else where including my blog.
Beliefs in gods is as old as civilization as is religion. But is the belief in god(s) and religion necessary? Does it benefit society or does it harm society? It is my belief that a belief in god(s)… Continue
Tee-hee! My blog is gaining popularity on the WWW. Which is kind of astonishing to me, really. I'm not used to the idea that random strangers want to hear what I have to say, and possibly debate/debunk it. It's thrilling and odd. But since I'm planning on publishing a religion-bashing book (as soon as I finish WRITING the damn thing) any extra awareness of my name, views, etc. is good.
Latest in the series... In this week's installment I pretend to be a man to see if I'll be treated differently (DrASTIC) and the main topics of conversation are the existence of satan and the problem of suffering.
You are speaking live with Austin, who is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Information provided in this session is to provide assistance only and is not an official statement of the Church.
In the debate over the virus metaphor, many people miss the clear parallels between the human brain and a computer. While many have no problem with the notion that computers can be infected with a metaphorical "virus", it seems that the line is drawn when the human brain is involved. There is abundant evidence that biological viruses can infect and take control of organic brains - controlling them much as a computer virus does. What makes us so resistant to the notion that ideas can do the same… Continue