Christ v Bible/State Part 3

Part 3 of 8 I believe that all wars throughout the history of human civilisation are entirely pointless and meaningless. Wars de facto produce nothing but bad fruit. Generations of people inherit and experience the hurt, trauma, bitterness of war

Christ v Bible/State Part 2

Part 2 of 8 An interpretation by scholars of the way Jesus used very small portions of the OT, in particular when he stated that not one dot of the law shall be removed, has produced the idea in some

Christ v Bible/State Part 1

Part 1 of 7 There is a huge spiritual chasm between the concept of the Bible as the Word of God and the concept of Jesus Christ as the Word ‘who’ became flesh and dwelt among us. The chasm is

Not fair on soldiers

Western Energy Supply Companies like BP, Amoco, Exxon, Unocal and Pennzoil have been involved in major joint ventures in Afghanistan for decades. The BBC broadcasted as early as 1997 plans by these major corporations to construct significant networks of new

Completely destroy them

Completely destroy them Religionofpeace.com website tries to reconcile the violence in the Old Testament with the Gospel of Jesus Christ by arguing that the violence was for a particular period in Israel’s history and is not for now or for

Unbelievers need war; it gives meaning

4th October Unbelievers need war; it gives meaning I am well aware of some of the ways in which social engineering is used by the media to condition people to believe in a shared identity, a collectivized humanity under one

More Textbook Violence

23rd Sept 2010 Mainstream Islam and Christianity have their spiritual roots in the Old Testament where a spirit of violence is portrayed as holy. The bad fruit of this can be seen in the way Christian and Muslim hierarchies throughout

These are the heroes

17th Sept 2010 Private Bradley Manning decided to blow the whistle on one heinous crime (probably among thousands) committed by US Apache Helicopter Crews roaming the skies in Iraq to ‘blow away’ terrorists. The recorded conversations between command centre and