Monthly Archives: March 2011

God ordered a 14-year-old rape victim to be executed

“An imam at a local mosque issued a fatwa saying that Hena was guilty of adultery and must be punished, and a village makeshift court sentenced Hena to 100 lashes in a public whipping. [Her parents] had no choice but … Continue reading

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God’s favourite people

From Unfollowing Jesus

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“We’re just as normal as anyone else”

These people believe that THE END OF THE WORLD IS NIGH. “It will be five months of torment, ending with the world being burnt up October 21st of 2011. Most will die, probably the first day…” From Unfollowing Jesus

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Two silver trumpets

  From Jesus Needs New PR, which seems to be a Christian site trying to draw a clear line between abnormally and normally deluded believers.

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Wafa Sultan, a very brave woman

This is the kind of moral leadership that the world needs. From RichardDawkins.net

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Do you think I’m crazy?

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Do you feel safer now?

From March, 2009. Worried about global warming? Everyone just relax! The planet won’t be destroyed because God promised Noah it wouldn’t happen again after the great flood. Quoting from the Bible as proof, watch congressman John Shimkus, in a political … Continue reading

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Children trained for suicide missions

Children carefully staged to act out a suicide blast. “Militants have a deliberate policy of recruiting teenagers, because they’re easy to train and to brainwash, and they’re hard for the authorities to detect. They can get close to their targets … Continue reading

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Mom, was Jesus born of a virgin?

From Atheist Cartoons

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Parents prayed as child died

“Little Kent Schaible was only two years-old when he died from a preventable illness. His death has been ruled manslaughter by his parents, who chose to pray for a healing rather than seek medical care for their son.”

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