Everything in the christian bible was taken from Ancient Pagan Texts that pre-dated it by thousands of years. This has been proven time and time again, and is becoming harder and harder for christians to deny. By examining various Ancient Pagan Texts and comparing the epics and stories within with the bible, it can be […]
1. The Hebrews stole the gods of the Canaanites (Yahweh, El, Baal & Ashura). 2. The Hebrews copied the worship-practices of the Canaanites. 3. The Hebrews copied various myths from several different cultures. 4. The Hebrews copied their alphabet from the Phoenicians. 5. The Hebrews copied “Sun Worship” from the Egyptians. 6. The Hebrews copied […]
Many are the stories that were told in the Hebrew Bible, but the one story that is yet to be told is the story of the Hebrew Bible itself. The relationship with gods/god has always been one of man’s oldest preoccupations, and still is till this very day. While it’s fair to assume that Modern […]
http://www.religioustolerance.org/chr_arhs.htm Considering the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) the most extreme views are: The Pentateuch Common conservative religious beliefs Common beliefs of secular archaeologists & religious liberals Accuracy Totally accurate, inerrant, & infallible. Contains no mistakes. Inspired by God. Mixture of ancient myths, some valid history, […]
Before Jesus arrived and his divine father chilled out, the Old Testament God was, ironically, kind of a hellraiser. He was not a nice guy. He reallyliked killing people. And he may have actually been insane, if his willingness to randomly murder devout worshippers like Moses was any indication. Here are the 12 craziest, […]
Douglas Michael King to The Humanist Hub I just read “The Greatest Lie Ever Told” by historian W H Uffington. Caesar’s Messiah proved there is no Jesus. But, this book proves their is no god. It’s a historic scandal. Here are some interesting points he made: According to Genesis 24, Abraham lived in Nahor, not Ur of […]
I find some the contents of this book unacceptable especially the reference to the New Testament and its gods.