The Ten Commandments is a short list; and it doesn’t cover all of God’s shenanigans. We’ll also compare God’s holy book against a much better source of morality. (And about God creating evil? That comes from the Bible.) Read more

If God gave Man the Ten Commandments; you’d think that he’d be the one who followed them the best. You’d be wrong. Perhaps God’s guiding principle is “do as I say; not as I do.” Read more

I so often focus on Christians with whom I disagree that it’s nice to find one that I can support. Meet a Christian abortion doctor who sees his profession as a ministry. Read more

You’d think that only fallible humans would have a hard time telling the truth. Perhaps God is only human; because this is a tough one for him, too. Read more

The perfect message from a perfect god would look . . . well, it would look perfect. It wouldn’t redefine the ground rules repeatedly, like the Bible does (conclusion). Read more

The perfect message from a perfect god would look . . . well, it would look perfect. It wouldn’t redefine the ground rules repeatedly, like the Bible does. Read more

Don’t think the Bible gets saner as you move from the Old Testament to the New. Take a look at the logic behind the Bible’s most important human sacrifice. Read more

More reasons: because theism has no method for determining truth + the existence of natural disasters. Read more

Christians like to look down on Israel’s Old Testament neighbors. Of course God was justified in wiping them out, they say, since those tribes were barbaric! (Let’s see if Israel was any better.) Read more

God can do anything, which sounds great until you think about it. Contrast that with manmade miracles, and Man’s efforts look pretty good by comparison. Read more

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