Saturday, May 09, 2020

KC Blogger Talks Faulty Leaps Of Faith

This town's most prolific writer on the topic of faith & morals, yet again, offers religious criticism whilst considering ideas that are far more political than spiritual.

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Are these the worst religious ideas ever?

As I was hop-scotching around the internet the other day, I found this 2015 column from Salon called, immodestly enough, "The 12 worst ideas religion has unleashed on the world." The author, Valerie Tarico, comes up with some notions that...

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

The worst religious idea? Allah sucking goat dicks. All Muslims suck goat dick and Billy does, too.

Anonymous said...

As do you chud, as do you.

MDSF said...

...religion has done nothing but cause trouble and stand in the way of this mess.....
It's a hindrance, and what's holding us back.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- BT GOING DOWN

Q: When the "faith writer" defended homosexuality, citing "misreadings of scripture", what position did he assume?

A: On his knees!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^Thanks for leaving your closet long enough to write this. It's so, uh, clever.

Giovanni Gasparro said...

From the Jewish Talmud: Moed Kattan 17a: If a Jew is tempted to do evil he should go to a city where he is not known and do the evil there.

Anonymous said...

^^^That was actually from the Nazi version of the Superman comics in 1938.

Anonymous said...

The worse religious idea/fact is that there has to be a "relic-a part of a dead person" under every Catholic pulpit. If not, then the Priest cannot do communion. Because he can only turn the sacraments into the body of Christ if there is a relic there. Otherwise the magic doesnt work. This is a fact and many Catholics do not realize there is a relic in their church.

Anonymous said...

Billy is quoting Valerie Tarico without mentioning that she is an atheist activist. You are giving yourself away Billy.

Silvia Stolz said...

From the Jewish Talmud: Baba Kamma 113a - A Jew may use lies ("subterfuges") to circumvent a gentile.