In my early blogging days, nearly four years ago, I wrote a post about Christianity with a more positive slant. It was called Four Things I liked About Christianity. Back then I had left Christianity, but I was still a closeted atheist. The point of that post, at the time, was to acknowledge some of […]Read More What I like about Christianity (then vs now).
So a couple of months ago, I came out to one of my Christian friends Stephen, as in, I told him I wasn’t Christian anymore. Before that, pretty much nobody in my Christian circle knew that. I was a closeted atheist. You can read about that intense exchange here, if you’re curious as to how […]Read More Since coming out…
Archangel Gabriel was out polishing his trumpet in the opera house, at the Kingdom of Heaven™ resort, when he suddenly got a call. Picking up his God Phone IX, from the pocket of his angel robes, a man with white robes, brown hair, and a trendy beard appeared on the screen. It was Jesus. Gabriel […]Read More Yahweh Plays The Sims: Planet Earth.
If you’ve been following my blog, you will know that I’m an atheist. It’s in the title after all. But here’s the thing, apart from a few select non-Christian friends and family, no one knew I was an atheist. But that is all about to change. Just today, I came out to one of my […]Read More I just came out to my best friend!
So I was walking down the road, minding my own business, when poof, a man appeared out of nowhere. He was wearing white robes, and with some large wings on his back. He kinda looked like an angel from those lovely Christmas postcards in the bargain bin. Angel: Greetings, I am Gabriel. God has sent […]Read More I got invited to a party with Jesus!
If you were Christian, chances are at some point you will have heard someone say that it is better to believe in God and be right, than it is to not believe in God and be wrong, least you suffer eternal Hellfire. What they’re doing is paraphrasing Pascal’s Wager, which I will briefly explain. Pascal’s […]Read More But what if you’re wrong?
Sooner or later this topic was going to come up. As a former religious person, I find the concept of Hell somewhat revolting, and it is one of the most important things which got me to consider leaving Christianity. So let’s discuss Hell and its problems which Christians tend to overlook. The Bible teaches that […]Read More Burn in Hell bitch!