How To Get Your Virgin Unicorn To Read The Bible (And Other Problems With Translation)

by Liam Scheff I’m no atheist, I am a spiritualist, and I don’t really believe in any historical Jesus (the magical Jewish guy for whom there is **no history written** till 70 years after the magical birth and 40 or… Continue Reading

Five Things I’ve Learned (Thus Far) Studying Christian History

– The Sun, Sol Invictus, surrounded by his 12 disciples of the horoscope… Poking into Christianity reveals a hundred inconsistencies, frauds, mealy-mouthed excuses, dumbfounding lies – and unveils an imperial religion that easily leaves spirituality in the dust. Spirituality is… Continue Reading

Wikipedia Does Jesus

– Here’s looking at you, Mithras! by Liam Scheff The official ‘unbiased’ opinion of the Wikipedia on various controversial subjects is always to favor the conservative (monied, mythological, anti-critical thinking) position. Therefore we have it from the ‘editors’ of the… Continue Reading

The Bible – A Comic Book Movie?

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– The dying-and-rising God-Man. by Liam Scheff I’ve been reading and absorbing decades and centuries of writing and thinking about this piece of florid literature called “The Bible.” “Not a book, but a library,” I’ve been told, it has to… Continue Reading

Which God Do You Worship?

by Liam Scheff We imagine that there is only one such thing as “God,” and it is the personified being that sits atop the Pantheon of our personal religion. Whether Christian, Jewish, Muslim or iPodist, you worship something and/or someone.… Continue Reading

Where’s Your Messiah Now?

by Liam Scheff The question of historical reality seems to be encountering a new dawn as it relates to the various books and stories that comprise the Torah and Gospels (“The Bible”). Many people have a severe allergic response to… Continue Reading

America the Sexually Schizophrenic

The ancient Hebrew tribe, sandwiched between the Assyrians, Persians and a dozen other competitive rivals, sought to differentiate themselves by creating a different sexual-social landscape than their non-Yahweh-worshiping peers. To do so, they made male homosexual relationships, which were not… Continue Reading