The Many Councils of Christ: How Christianity was Created in Closed-door Meetings

Christianity was created and defined by men in closed-door meetings. Below is a chronology of some important Councils which gave us the version of Christianity that we know today: Council of Elvira (304) was the first written mandate requiring priests to be celibate. It also made laws with maintained the separation of Jews and Christians. E.g. Christians …

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The Many Hands of God

Spring has arrived! It’s time to bathe in the warm, embracing hands of our glorious sun. As far back as 10 thousand B.C.E., history is abundant with carvings and writings reflecting people’s respect and adoration for the sun. And it is simple to understand why as every morning the sun would rise, bringing vision, warmth, …

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The Jesus Myth and Christmas Politics

The more you begin to investigate, what we think we understand, where we came from, what we think we're doing, the more you begin to see that things are not as they appear. I want to be as clear as possible: We've been lied to by our religious and political institutions for hundreds of years. …

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A Repulsive Jesus?

Following up on my article: A Repulsive God, I though I would now focus some attention on the New Testament. Christians would observe that most of “God’s” transgressions occur in the Old Testament. They argue that in the Old Testament “God” is stern and angry, while Jesus of the New Testament is all-loving. We should …

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The Not-So-Controversial Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin is perhaps the most “controversial” religious artifact in the world and is on public display for the first time in over a decade. As fascinating as this relic is, it is by no means controversial. In reality, the shroud's authenticity has been dis proven years ago using using various experiments; the …

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