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Wednesday, 29 July 2009

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Danny Boy


Culled this for the atheist, in response to the Prince & Co.

"Is it a small thing to quench the flames of hell with the holy tears of pity -- to unbind the martyr from the stake -- break all the chains -- put out the fires of civil war -- stay the sword of the fanatic, and tear the bloody hands of the Church from the white throat of Science?
Is it a small thing to make men truly free -- to destroy the dogmas of ignorance, prejudice and power -- the poisoned fables of superstition, and drive from the beautiful face of the earth the fiend of fear?"
-- Robert Green Ingersoll, "Thomas Paine" (1870)

baby

Died and resurrected gods before Jesus:

Osiris, Tammuz, Zalmoxis, Baldr, Dionysus, and Odin, Ishtar, Persephone, Attis.

Some of these had communion of bread and wine, representing flesh and blood.

Are Christians plagiarists or admiring imitators? That is a serious scholarly questions. The former, because they refused to attribute the original sources in any way or form.

Virgin Births. Quetzacoatl, Zoroaster, Athena and more.

This is not a religious site your majesty the prince so expose your religionness here at your own risk.

bender

I saw this on one of my web journeys

"What we call god is merely a living creature with superior technology & understanding. If their fragile egos demand prayer, they lose that superiority."

by agnostic

baby

About Jesus and other gods

http://www.lenonhonorfilms.com/media/The_Creator_the_gods_Evil_and_the_Manipulation_of_Humanity.wmv

baby

http://www.islam-watch.org/Shabana/RealIslam/Chapter6.htm

islam is better for you jesus man

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