Posted 3 weeks ago

A brutal history

Posted 1 month ago

Something Ken Ham and all creationists need to understand

Posted 2 months ago

Religion is believing another man’s hallucinations 

Posted 2 months ago

Divide, Control, Delude, Repeat

Posted 2 months ago

When you’re never wrong, how do you have any progress? Religions apparently figured it all out, so why do we need to do anything anymore, explore space, explore the human mind, anything.

Posted 2 months ago
Posted 3 months ago

A beautiful skeptical life

Posted 3 months ago

It is ridiculous that people have been forced by society to label themselves as non-believers, we’re all born atheists anyways aren’t we?

Posted 3 months ago

A terrible argument

Posted 4 months ago
The context matters, because the meaning of EVERY one of those signs changes. For example, Exodus 21:7 is referring to a particular type of arranged marriage before the terminology for an arranged marriage even arose. There are several stipulations for it listed in Leviticus. Psalms 137:9 is from a passage about revenge taken against a people who had previously done such to the Jews. The bit in 1 Timothy was written by Paul. There is no Ezekial 9 is a vision & it's the angels given the command.
gyrrakavian asked

Okay, so remind me again why god’s infallible word and law depends on context, shouldnt god have issued commands that would apply universally rather than period specific? sounds to me like a bunch of men in power didn’t like how the masses were conducting themselves and decided to write these fairy tales in order to bring some order to their savage ways. They maintained control, the people now had religion and were subdued, and it continues today as it has because its spiraled out of control. Thats just a fun theory, but again address the real issue that isnt the lack of context but why context needs to be included for laws in a book that are considered by most as universal.