Monday, May 30, 2016


So on one hand, Christianity is allegedly an "archaic, outdated belief system" that's "full of obvious contradictions" and followed by "ignorant people" who "didn't understand how the world really worked".

And yet on the other hand, Christianity is allegedly "created by evil geniuses" who "wanted to control the masses", despite the fact that these "archaic" cultures were full of "ignorant people" who "didn't understand how the world really worked". These same "diabolical masterminds" who are smart enough to invent a convincing-sounding religion, are the same people who are said to be too ignorant to know better.

So, which is it exactly?

Is it a bunch of ignorant randomness strewn together by archaic clowns, or is it a plan devised by meticulously-planning, cunning, observant geniuses for nefarious purposes?

Could it be that there's an extremely obvious contradiction in both of those claims?

Could it be that it's neither ignorant randomness, nor a diabolical plan?

Could it be that Christianity is... truth?

Monday, May 23, 2016


- Parents need to stop pushing their views on mathematics onto their children. You need to let your children think for themselves. Who is to say that 2+2=4? That's a pretty ridiculous assumption, don't you think? I have a serious problem with parents who expose their children to mathematics before they can even think for themselves and decide for themselves which numbers equal which!

- Mathematics is like a penis. It's okay to do, it's okay to be happy with it, however! Do not pull mathematics out in public! Do not write laws based on mathematics! Do not think with mathematics! Do not show your mathematics to children!

- Mathematics is the #1 cause of wars throughout history. Did you know that nuclear bombs were literally developed with mathematics? Nuclear bombs, no joke! I just don't think we can live in a civilized society as long as we continue to allow mathematics to influence our lives! 

- I just can't believe in mathematics without any proof. I mean, all we really have to go on is the words of ancient mathematicians written in old books. I mean, lawl, how can something possibly be true if it was written a long time ago? Clearly Pythagoras (if he even existed!) was just a crazy guy in some old, barbaric, outdated culture that had no idea how the world worked! Plus I've never seen even the most basic of addition taking place in real life. Have you ever seen 2+2 being added together? No, all you've seen is numbers being written on papers, or typed on computer screens, well I need to see the real thing! Some people claim that numerical values are nonphysical things and thus, we can't see them in real life. What a joke! How can you believe in something you can't even see? Well, I refuse to believe in mathematics and any so-called "numbers" or "Numbers" (capitalized, lol) unless I can see them right in front of me!

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Proverbs 24:29

Proverbs 24:29
 Do not say, "I'll do to them as they have done to me; I'll pay them back for what they did."

Matthew 5:38-39
"You have heard that it was said, 'Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.' But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Proverbs 24:17-18

17 Do not rejoice when your enemy falls,
And do not let your heart be glad when he stumbles;
18 Or the Lord will see it and be displeased,
And turn His anger away from him.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Two More Bible Verses

Proverbs 20:1
Wine is a mocker and beer a brawler; whoever is led astray by them is not wise.

Proverbs 22:2
Rich and poor have this in common: The LORD is the Maker of them all.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Bible Verse

Proverbs 19:3 

A person's own folly leads to their ruin, yet their heart rages against the LORD.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

King Arthur Metaphor

Hm... It would be nice if we could find some definitive evidence of King Arthur's existence, don't you think?

Well, what if I told you I found several hundreds of pages of documents describing many of the things he did in his life? From large victories, to small, everyday conversation with everyday citizens? Sounds impressive, don't you think?

But hey, it could all just be a big, fabricated story. So what if I told you I also had documents, not only talking about King Arthur, but about some of his closest associates? What if I told you these also described everything from huge events in their lives, down to everyday conversations they had?

In fact, what if I told you I had letters written by those associates? What if these letters directly reference King Arthur and go into great detail about the things he had said? I could have faked these letters, don't you think? Well what if I told you these letters had been proven to have been written only a few years after King Arthur's death?

In fact, what if I told you I found letters from people who weren't even directly associated with King Arthur, who talked about things King Arthur had done?

If I could provide such evidence, well, the evidence would be overwhelming, don't you think? Who could possibly deny that King Arthur existed in the face of such obvious evidence?

So why is it suddenly not enough when we're talking about Christ?

Notes: The New Testament book 1 Thessalonians has been proven to have been written about 50 AD. As for "people who weren't even directly associated . . .", Thallus immediately comes to mind. He wrote, also around 50 AD, about Jesus. He tried to pass off the "period of darkness" as an eclipse, never denying that it happened, simply trying to pass it off as an eclipse. This explanation was later disproven because an eclipse could not have taken place at the point in time when Jesus was crucified.