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Claims Of Omniscience Confuse Ignorance With Knowing It All

The only way of testing claims that the Christian god knows everything would be through the comparison of the god’s range of knowledge with the range of knowledge of another sentient being already known to be omniscient. However, even if we could find such a being, the test would unravel into immediately infinite absurdity. [...]

The Difference Between a Crazy Christian and a Reasonable Christian

May 21 2011 has come and gone, and despite the predictions of Christian preacher Harold Camping on his nationally broadcast Family Radio programs, there has been no Judgment Day. No earthquake bigger than mankind has ever seen. No billions of dead bodies spit out of the earth and onto the ground.

Christian media outlets [...]

Congress, A Compassionate God, and Foreign Poverty

If Clete Kiley really believes that his deity is wise, then why would he question his deity’s act of delivery of special wealth to the United States, while keeping other nations poor? Is Kiley asking Congress to overrule the Christian deity’s work, or just to clean up the mess that deity made? [...]

Sarah Palin Doesnt Even Make Sense By Creationist Standards

Sarah Palin is a grandmother, and she’s still accepting beliefs from elders without critically examining them to make sure that they make sense. Palin has failed to advance beyond the reasoning abilities of a child in elementary school. [...]

The Divine Ineptitude Of The Diocese of Wilmington

Even if we accept the excuse that God sometimes says “no” to prayer, it means that God wants the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington to go bankrupt. [...]

How Can Congress Confirm Sainthood?

Our government can recognize the commemorate the work of exceptional people without having to embrace our reject those individuals’ particular ideas about religion. [...]

Daniel P. Coughlin Is The Establishment of Religion in Congress

The office of the Chaplain of the United States House of Representatives is not merely a position of government-established religion. It appears to be particularly a Christian position. There has never been a non-Christian religious official who has held the position of House Chaplain. Women may be interested to know that a woman has never served in the position. [...]

Cafeteria Christianity

The choice between the authoritarian meal and the meal of free conscience was represented in my experience of different churches as I went walking through London last week. [...]

The Returning Failure of Ram Bomjon

If you don’t accept Buddhist ideology, Bomjon’s act is an obvious hoax. If you do accept the tenets of Buddhist ideology, however, Bomjon plainly fails to make the grade. [...]

A Prayer For Accepting The Terrorist Attack

Reverend Coughlin wants God to use his magic juju beans to make us Americans embrace torture, Big Brother government spying, and perpetual warfare? Thanks for the heads up, Reverend. [...]

Wasilla Assembly of God, Sarah Palin and the Lake of Fire

When Sarah Palin talks about the plan of God, or God’s will, that’s the goal she has in mind: The Assemblies of God doctrine that Jesus and the angels will supervise the torture of non-Christians and gays – and do it just for vengeance, not to purify their souls. [...]