God and Son

Poking the bloated corpse of religion with a pointy stick to hear it fart.

Lettuce Pray

I wonder if this ailment would need a dressing….?




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Hard to Admit

From the sad but true files…

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Deranged Fruit Loop

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Everyone is Atheist

Being a poly-atheist on the other hand, safely covers the disbelief of many gods….

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Why Religious People hope Atheism is Right…


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It’s Raining Men…

What is it with Atheists who won’t sing hymns, yet will happily drunkenly sing Right Said Fred ‘Too Sexy‘ when they aren’t a model…. or even slightly too sexy for their hat, or RATM’s ‘Killing in the Name Of” when they aren’t about to rebel, but would rather have a biscuit and a cup of tea?

It’s just a song. Sing it. Heck, some of those tunes are really well written…. Yeah, dodgy lyrics, but still…. full of power and feeling musically.

They’re just words. You can sing them without believing them.

Do you really have so little faith in your non belief, that you fear a little sing song?

Are you worried you’ll turn all religious?

It’s about context and occasion…. I for one wouldn’t sing a religious based song if it was being used as a call to arms for a religious uprising, or had some religious undertone … but when it is harmless, and it would be offensive or hurtful to not sing, then what have you got to lose? You’re not going to offend your God…. 😉

Let’s face it… Church marriages are traditional, and hymns must be sung…. but I bet that in a great deal of these weddings, that no-one really gives a crap about the religion. They are all about the love and the wedding… the celebration and the occasion. Like Christmas with kids.


What Would Jesus Do

Got any questions for Jesus? Just send them in & I’ll … HE’LL answer them … maybe.

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Gratuitous Euphemisms


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Crazy Cat Woman

“…the letters, many of them preserved against her wishes (she had requested that they be destroyed but was overruled by her church), reveal that for the last nearly half-century of her life she felt no presence of God whatsoever —”

“…Kolodiejchuk and Martin assume that Teresa’s inability to perceive Christ in her life did not mean he wasn’t there. In fact, they see his absence as part of the divine gift that enabled her to do great work.” *

Extract from TIME

*Really?…. that old excuse?! – God: Master of the small print

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Saint George

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