Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Devil went down to Georgia

Atheists don't believe in God, and so then it would only make sense that they wouldn't believe in the Devil. But I have heard many Atheists say in the small chance there is a God/Devil and Heaven/Hell, they'd prefer to spend it away from God because he is such a maniacal monster. I guess God is not good enough for them?

But what if you were on the "crossroads" and that old sly Devil appears to you and offers you anything in the world for your soul, would you then finally denounce Satan and believe? Or do you take him up on his offer? And if you did take him up, what would you choose?

I was sharing this verse with Tink when this post came to mind, "What profiteth a man if he gains the whole world, yet loses his soul.. or.. what would a man give in exchange for his soul"?

Peace be with you all, my warmest and most sincere wishes for you all in 2010.

Monday, December 28, 2009

A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing

Are there certain phrases Atheists stay away from? I'm not talking about stuff like Oh my God or I can see the writing on the wall or that's like the blind leading the blind etc. Christians don't care who says that stuff, I'd say most Christians don't even know many of the phrases we use in every day vocabulary come straight out of the Bible. Even the snake on the pole that Moses held up in the desert is still being used today by the medical field. I'm the apple of my mama's eye by the way. And when someone sneezes and an Atheist says God bless you, I know your just being polite.

But what I'm talking about is these people who profess there is no God and yet say things like "Everything happens for a reason". Or "I wouldn't do that, it's bad karma". And of course "it's destiny".

In a world with out God, nothing happens for a reason. And karma and destiny is nothing but coincidence and luck, or good names for strippers?

Are there phrases you try to avoid?

Thanks, feeno

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Hunka, hunka, burning love

The Sadducees were a unique religious group of Jews around the time of Christ. They also have much in common with Atheists of today. I say they are unique in the sense that they were religious and yet they did not believe in life after death. They didn't believe in heaven or hell. Or Angels and Demons. And go figure but they were a doom and gloomy bunch to be around. Some say that they didn't believe in life after death, so they were sad u see.(Sadducee)?

I was reading my Bible the other day and as I'm reading through a passage, I came across this verse (Luke 20:27) and it crossed my mind that If you only get one life, and this is it, would you choose quantity of life or quality of life?

Would you want to live the life of a Rock Star and be dead at 42 years of age like Elvis, or live a slow boring life in Des Moines Iowa but live to be 120 years old? Or live the life of a Rock Star and live to be 120 years old like Kieth Richards?

P.S. If I offended anyone from Iowa, I apologize. Peace out, feeno

Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas

Yes, that's me in my Santa outfit. I spent Christmas Eve morning incognito at a local greasy spoon diner wearing my long red underwear talking to all who were working and eating. They were very surprised how Santa knew all their names. after about an hour I went out to my truck, got dressed and came back in to hear about all I missed. It was a lot of fun.

I have had a lot of questions for you all but have been waiting until after Christmas because they just didn't seem to be appropriate considering the time of year and all?

Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings, hope all is well. Miss talking with you guys. I think I will post something tomorrow.

P.S. I had a dozen ladies sit on my lap yesterday, and one cute waitress who serenaded me with the song "Santa Baby". Just giving you guys a heads up for next year. Not a bad gig?

God is good. Peace be with you, feeno

Sunday, December 20, 2009

four score and seven years ago...

Many Atheists try to say this country (USA) wasn't founded upon Christian principles, yet many of these same people say the only reason people ever even become Christians is because they were "brainwashed" by their parents or "indoctrinated" by society.

I will fight the battle of why our forefathers left England another day. For now I'm just thankful we live in a country where we are still allowed to have freedom of religion.

But I'd argue the opposite is true when it comes to indoctrination. Ponder these things and come up with an explanation why young people still come to Christ.

Most kids spend about 8 hours a day at a public school or on the school bus.
The spend a lot of time on the internet looking at many things they shouldn't.
They play sexually explicit and violent video games.
They listen to sexually explicit and violent music.
They watch the same type of movies.
All the magazines they read are marketed to make them think they need to look and act a certain way.
And all advertising is focused on the flesh. If it tastes good, eat it. If it feels good, do it. It's your life so live it.

Let's compare that to all the brainwashing going on. Most Christians kids spend about 2 hours a week in church. Most don't even open a Bible outside of church. And most Christians families usually only pray together before meals. And that's only a couple times a week if there lucky.

Yet every day young people still seek and accept Jesus as their Savior. It's not easy for anyone to live a life for Christ, let alone young people. I mean it just ain't that cool to be a "Jesus Freak".

So if there is any brainwashing going on, it certainly isn't that there is a God, if anything, just the opposite.

Peace, feeno

Friday, December 18, 2009

Why couldn't he have just been gay?

I think I know the answer to this, but I must ask anyway. Your single and your an Atheist. You go out clubbin' one night with your friends. Some handsome devil catches your eye. You share a few stories, laughs and a couple glasses of your favorite adult beverage. Your girlfriends are all giddy for you. He's soooooo cute. Then the SOB invites you to church. Do you give him your digits before he leaves.

Guys, same story only it's a hot Christian chick.

Later, feen

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Seasons Greetings

Every year me my wife and girls pile in the car a day or two before Christmas and drive around our town looking at Christmas Lights. My town, just like yours has the one weird guy whose on the news every year because he has a billion lights on his house.We check him out every year, then a few others then we go home.

I can't see how this activity could cause so much controversy, thank God err I mean thank your lucky stars these lights are now called "Holiday Lights". If they weren't, they'd really be offensive.

I know this time of year can be tough on many Atheists. So as usual I am here to help. Let's see how Angie O'neil makes it through these difficult times as an Atheist. She already meets once a week at a Mexican Restaurant for the weekly "Atheist Happy Hour", but this time of year they kick it up a notch and throw a Winter Solstice party. (And charity drive). At this party they can tell one another what stores to avoid. I guess some "blare" religious Christmas music. And they can help each other find all the places to shop for Christmas cards without all the horrible messages of hope and peace crammed inside of them.

The rest of this story is about few Atheists who seem bitter that Christians "stole" their holiday, even tho it has pagan roots?

You can check it out for yourself if you wish. (Sorry I don't know how to link and stuff.)

There is a picture of a sultry Atheist cougar chick that might be worth checking out?

One last thought, do Atheists think people might get saved by walking through stores that blare Christmas music or see a pretty light display?

Merry Christmas bitches.


Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Commander and Chief

Do Atheists need to hire a Public Relation firm? Atheists are just as morale as Believers, if you don't believe me, just ask one. I mean it doesn't seem fair that an Atheist can't get elected as President of the USA or ever get any babysitting jobs.

Backward God fearin' rubes like G.W. Bush get to be President. Yet so many Atheists can't even come out of the closet in fear of losing their jobs, friends or social networking group.

I know the "Billboard Campaign" has managed to sky rocket the Atheist numbers way up in the 3% group, but we still need to find ways to make Atheism look more attractive.

I will offer some new slogans to help with new recruits. How 'bout "Hey, save some money this Christmas. Become an Atheist and you wont have to buy any presents". Or "Atheists going green, we wont waste gas driving to church".

Feel free to post your new ideas for slogans.

Good lookin' owt. feeno

Friday, December 11, 2009

Where is thy sting o death

Have you ever thought about what you would like your last words to be. I think it was Pancho Villa who said as he was dying "It can't end like this, tell them I said something".

A popular Atheist deathbed quote that you will see on Christian sites is this one from David Hume as he lay dying said "I am in flames". I don't know what he meant, he might have died from a venereal disease, and that could explain it? There are other interesting quotes from Atheists as they were drawing their last breath. And to their credit(I guess, some went down swinging).

When Joan Joan Crawford's house keeper began to pray for her Joan screamed "Damn it, don't you dare ask God to help me".

Or good 'ole Charlie Darwin himself when he said "I am not the least afraid to die." (Then he shit his pants and died.)OK I made up that last part.

Voltaire was a fascinating dude. I have actually read quite a bit of his stuff. I know we all assume he was an Atheist, but as I read his stuff he seems to be more against religion than God. Any ways when he laid on his death bed and was asked to forsake Satan he said "This is no time to make new enemies".

I think Charlie Chaplan was brought up as Christian, then may have "deconverted". But as Charlie laid dying a Priest said "May the Lord have mercy on his soul". Chuck's reply was "Why not, after all it belongs to Him". Even tho earlier in his life he was quoted as saying "By simple common sense I don't believe in God, in none".

Nobody knows how many "Atheists" have made death bed conversions, we only know no man ever repented of being a Christian on his deathbed.

My favorite quote as some one is about to die is that of Steven, our Church's first martyr, as he was being stoned to death for preaching God's word said "Father please forgive them, they know not what they do". Wait a minute, Jesus said that too as he was dying, cool.

Peace be with you, feeno

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

I got your beaker right here

There have been scientific studies that conclude prayer has little or no affect?

First let me just say that just because were Christians, God owes us nothing. Let me tell you what prayer does Scientist boy. When I pray to God I'm simply acknowledging that he is God, that he is control and that he is sovereign. I'm showing respect for his greatness, it's a sign of worship. I'm admitting my dependence on him. I'm showing that I am thankful and grateful for all he has done.

Besides I'm commanded to do so. (1st Thess. 5:17). I don't look at God as a Genie in a bottle to grant my every wish. And I don't know how we can say prayer doesn't work because people who have faith don't get any more "healed" then skeptics? I pray for skeptics just about every day. Who knows that the "sick" Atheist in a hospital bed somewhere doesn't have a Christian Granma or friend praying for them?

The Bible does say that God doesn't necessarily answer prayers that are Insincere (Matt. 6:5) or selfish (James 4:3) or your because your to proud(Luke 18:10-14) or unbelief or you have unconfessed sin in your life.

When your having a bad day or week or whatever, instead of asking God to make things better, we should ask him to give us the wisdom and or strength to get through these trials?

Atheist friend, try this tonight before you go to bed, close your eyes and say "thanks God, Amen". See what happens, and during the next scientific study maybe they will include a poll and your answer to the question of whether God hears your prayers or not will surprise even you?

Late, feeno

Monday, December 7, 2009

What the hell is the world coming to?

When I look up the word Atheist in the dictionary I expect to see a surly ass kickin' red neck who needs a shave and a haircut who likes huntin and fishin and telling people to go screw themselves.

Instead, we got book readin', spectacle wearin' vegetarians who will get an upset stomach if they're forced to see a Lion attack a gazelle or God forbid they gotta put a worm on a hook. How inhumane. They're worried about poor people, they care about each other and weep over the Ozone layer and puppies.

Damn, I never thought I'd miss the likes of Madalyn Murray O'hare, now that dude was a bad ass.

Peace out, feeno

Friday, December 4, 2009

1 Adam 12, see the man

Control to all units, we have an all points bulletin on the whereabouts of a missing Kiwi, he is presumed to be armed and dangerous, approach with caution, last seen reeking havoc on Christian web sites. His name is Gandolph, aka Gandolphski, aka G-man aka Gandyman.

Control is out.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Its all good. Just squash it fam.

On 10/30/09 on Debunking Christianity's site there was a post titled "Looking for definitions of God for a book" There was 11 responses, I think 2 were by Christians and the rest by people who claim to be Atheists. Some of the words they used to describe God were things like "no balls", jerk, petty, jealous, murderous, genocidal and oppressive of women and approving of slavery. Some talked about how God doesn't answers there prayers and is never there when they need Him.

Then yesterday over at my friends blog (T-Vick) someone used the word douchebag to describe God. I have heard many, many times from Atheists that they don't believe in God, but even if they did, they still wouldn't worship him because of the proceedings words that have been used to describe Him.

This post is not written to defend God. Or to answer claims of his absence from our lives or not answering prayers etc. (why an Atheists feels they are entitled to those things are beyond me) but in any case, this post is simply about how I feel about these Atheists. My claim is that most Atheists are not Atheists. Just people who don't like what they perceive is God's worldview, or simply are just mad at him.

Yes, I know how can we be mad at something like unicorns and leprechauns when we don't blah blah blah...? Ask yourself, are you obsessed with Leprechauns or Unicorns?

Last thing, there is nothing you can say about God that would make him not love you, and want you to be with him forever. Not that I compare to God, but I'd like to spend eternity with you too.

Peace be with you. feeno

Monday, November 30, 2009

Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, special orders ...

I like cheeseburgers, the "Cracker Barrel" makes a mean bacon cheese burger, I get it on a grilled sour dough bread. There is also a resturant called JB's who makes the "best" burger I've ever ate. Some people like Fuddruckers' cheeseburgers, then ya got Big Macs, Whoppers etc. If I decided to eat a burger from the Texas Roadhouse instead of the Outback, does that make the Outback burger wrong?

I think the same could be said about Christian Churches. So what if we got a thousand Denominations, what the hell does that prove? Some people want a big thick slice of fresh onion on their burger, some want avacodos and hot sauce.

The Church in Corinth was founded by the Apostle Paul, and they were arguing over which Pastor was the best. Paul, Appolos or Cephas, Cephas being Peter.(1 Cor. 3:21-23) Guess what? Paul says it's ok to like them all. Philippians 1:18 says it like this "Whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is being preached therefore I will rejoice, yeah, I will rejoice. I think it's cool we have different churches to fit the needs of all the different people. Gives you Atheists more to choose from?

And finally hebrews 10:24-25 "And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another-and all the more as you see the Day approaching.

So dear friends, this week please go find the least repulsive Christian Church you can, there's one out there custom made for you.

P.S. Krystals or White Castles?

Late, Wimpy

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Say Cheese

This latest picture for my profile was just taken a few hours ago at my Mom and dad's. We celebrated Thanksgiving there and all went well. No major fights, I mean not enough that the cops had to be called out. Anyways I only get dressed up once or twice a year, and believe it or not this is one of those times. Hope everyone had a nice day.

Peace, feeno

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Whatchyoo talkin' 'bout Willis?

Atheists love Jesus. Well maybe they love the idea of Jesus. Many Atheists are out to debunk Christianity because Christians are overbearing, judgemental, look down on other type, snobby, money grubbing hypocrites who are extremely defensive.

Let's look at Jesus and his band of thieves, and working class folk who he called his Disciples and friends. He walked around with these red necks and associated himself with sinners, harlots, tax gatherers and other rif raf. He defended the weak and helpless, he touched lepers and had compassion for those who mourned. He comforted the sick, healed the blind and lame.

He was called a drunkard and a glutton, he was accused of treason, of being a lunatic or of demon possesion, he was called a blasphemer by church folk. And finally when he had a chance to defend himself in front of Pilate when he was asked are you the Messiah, he simply said "It is as you say".

So I stand here today in agreement with my Atheists friends and say Jesus is truly the bomb.

Peace out Sour Kraut. feeno

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

OOOOOOhh the humanity!!

Life is good, it can be hard, we can have pain and suffering, but it's still good. The Apostle Paul says "to live is Christ but to die is gain". Paul knew how cool it would be to be with God in Heaven. He's looking forward to it. He actually thinks it's better than life. But he also knows God still has things for him to do. And likewise we all need to be about our Fathers business until he returns.

Atheists tend to see all the pain and suffering in the world and think that a good God would never allow so much pain. So that means that there is no God or he's a jerk.

They will ask me if Heaven is so "awesome" why don't Christians just kill themselves? The easy answer is because like I said, "life is good".

The real question should be is this; If life is so bad and filled with such pain and suffering why don't Atheists just kill themselves?

Maybe because they enjoy life just as much as Christians, in spite of the fact bad shit happens.

The God bandwagon is in full gear and there's still room for you to climb on board. You can sit right next to me and a few hot Christian girls. C'mon man, sounds tempting, don't it.

Peace be with you all. feeno

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Dont thank me, thank Jesus!

Here in the good ole USA on Thursday we will be celebrating Thanksgiving. As a typical Midwestern God fearin' family we will all meet on my parents farm. We do the typical gluttoness behaviors, everyone brings massive amounts of food, we watch some football, then go outside a shoot off our many handguns, rifles and shotguns. I'm usually waiting for my cousin Frank to show up so I can check out his latest wife, girlfriend or lover? He hasn't dissapointed me in many, many years. The Dude is a stud and always brings some severe eye candy with him. Then my Mom will make one of the Grand kids read something from the Bible. A few people will share what there thankful for then make a turkey sandwich and say our goodbyes 'til the next year.

When an Atheist feels grateful and thankful does that gratitude just stop towards family, friends, bosses, military etc.?

It's OK if you want to tell God 'good lookin' out". If you did believe in God, what would you give him props for, if anything?

Dueces, feeno

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

It's on like a pot of neck bones

If the Apostle Paul calls himself the "chief of all sinners" what chance do I have? Atheists have a right to complain about how we Christians are just as sorry acting as they are. How can we get "saved" then keep on acting like you guys? Well first of all, I said we still act as sorry as you all, however when one gets saved there should be some visible evidence of some kind of change. We all are born into a sin nature. When we accept Christ we get a new nature. That's when the battle begins. We start a daily struggle to overcome our lustful and selfish prideful ways. When someone lives like their is no law they are living like there is no God.(I have a verse for that, just not off the top of my head). One who lives like their is a God should not allow these sins to control us.(Gal. 5:16). And I know many Believers who are at least better now then they were before Christ, and are getting better, and are no longer involved in "habitual" sins. You'll have to do your own research on what is sin, or maybe that will be an upcoming post of mine? But a quick answer is this, (James 4:7)"To him that knows to do good, and does it not, to him is sin..." I'm sorry God when I don't do that and thanks for your words in 1 John 2:1-2 If I confess my sins, you are just to forgive me of my sins.

Shalom, feen

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Congratulations! You've made it.

I know Atheism isn't a religion because you guys keep telling me that. But The Atheists have put up a billboard here in Cincinnati, and are letting you know that you can go to church with one another. I'm sure you wont call it church, but you guys are pretty bright and I'm confident you'll come up with a catchy name. (Any ideas)? You can meet with one another and listen to a speaker and everything. And of course they will need donations to help further their cause. We have some old pews we will sell you at a good price. Also I'm wondering if you all will be signing up for the upcoming softball season? After the games we usually all go out for ice cream together.

P.S. If you'll will be meeting on Sunday mornings will you please try to get out by 11:00 or after 1:00. I have enough trouble with the damned Methodists and Church of God folks jammin' up all the good resturants.

Peace out, feeno

Thursday, November 5, 2009

What's the Rub?

Every Wed. night I have the great privilege of brain washing and or indoctrinating young people as I fill their heads with archaic teachings of fairy tales written from a book that teaches stupid things like love, forgiveness, and that we were created special and for a purpose.

And as I was preparing my lesson this week, I couldn't help to notice the "heroes" of our faith. If I was to write a book to make Christianity look appealing I'm not sure I would have made up the characters that we have in the Bible. Truth is certainly stranger than fiction.

Moses kicked some dudes ass until he died. King David not only murdered Uriah, but Uriah was totally cool and innocent and a very noble man, who even gave up some conjugal visits with his smokin' hottie wife named Bathsheba because he felt bad his men were at war and he wasn't there to help them fight. And then the Apostle Paul, another murderer we Christians look up to. One of Jesus' best friends was Mary Magdelene (a one time prostitute) If you follow Jesus' genealogy backward your find other degenerates and even another "Pro" (Rahab). Gideon, Elijah, and even Abraham all showed cowardice at critical times in their lives. As a matter of fact I can't find one guy/gal who was perfect. Some say Joseph in the OT was about as close as we can get, but even he was a snotty little tattle tale who played hind and seek with money and other items in his brothers travels. And Mary, Jesus own Mother calls her Son Savior, perfect people don't need Saviors.

If Christians seem arrogant it's not because we think were better, it's because we think were better off.

On top of Blogger Makarios' page their is a quote that says " No one is so good that forgiveness isn't needed, no one is so evil that forgiveness isn't offered".

Shalom, feeno

Sunday, November 1, 2009

'Ey Mon, Come to da Beach

Jesus isn't happy when families are divided. Did he know it was gonna happen? Yes, he's omni..something or other. He knew the Gospel message would give people a choice to accept him or to reject him. But as I explained on Dan's blog he expects us to stay married with one another(even if one is lost) in order to lead them to Christ. He expects us to be at peace with all men. And just an extra one I'll throw in for free, "be ye kind one to another, especially unto those of the household of the faith." The reason he wants us to treat"the household of the faith" so well is so those on the outside of the church will see how we love one another, and be "jealous" and want to join us. We might fail at that way too much, but blame Christians, not our Creator.

I will now make the claim that Christianity is actually the most inclusive and least bigoted group you can ever be a part of. Eph. 2:14 says that he has made both groups one. (by raising from the dead). Who are these 2 groups? They were the Jews and the Gentiles.(that's everybody) Now mix in a little Gal.3:28 that says "there is neither Jew nor Greek, their is neither slave or free man, neither male or female, for you are all one in Christ. Christianity isn't based on what we can offer God. Or how rich we are, or how handsome we are, (In my case that's just a coincidence). And Christianity sure in hell isn't reserved just for those who are "good". Let me tell you what John says he saw in the book of Revelation during the end times about what the "Christians" look like. "After these things I looked, a great multitude, which no one could count, from every nation, and all tribes and people and tounges standing before the throne and the lamb..."

Yes, Christians can be bad people, and do horrible things, be judgemental, and be "unforgiving" and hypocritical etc. But if I'm to be forced to draw a line in the sand, all I can say is that I'm gonna stand on the side that Jesus is standing on.

Shalom, feeno

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Well that's nice, I'm very proud of you.

As I navigate my way around the Atheist sites I've come across more and more Ex-Pastors who have now claimed they've become Atheist and or Agnostic. They usually list all there "religious" accomplishments. I was saved as a teenager, I went to the University of Jesus where I was voted most likely to be the best christian ever. I started a Church we were great, we fed the poor, baptized many souls, yadda yadda yadda.

Now if they say they were "saved" that's good enough for me. And We'll find out one day? I am a "once saved, always saved" kinda guy.

But here's something for them to think about, for every Preacher who leaves Christianity for the positive and encouraging future of the Atheist there are people who have been in the Church for years serving, singing, witnessing, teaching etc. that realize they need a savior. My Sister and her family go to a nice church up the road from us. We've gone there a few times when my nieces and nephews were performing or they had something involving food. But the Pastor of that Church had been there Pastor for about 40 years, and his wife just accepted the Lord.(she was probably about 65 years old?) She was very involved and kept real busy doing all the things that Pastor wives do.

Atheists often accuse Christians of going to church because it's comforting, there is singing/entertainment there, a sense of community, things for the kids. I would say "I go to praise God", those other things you mentioned are cool, but if you ain't there to worship your not gonna finish.

To all who have left the church. God throws big ole parties for his "prodigal sons" please come back, we miss you. feeno

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Today Junior, I aint got all day.

Did the Bible know we'd be around long enough for people to question Christ's return?

2nd Peter chap. 3 speaks about how in the last days scoffers will come a scoffing. They will say, where is this "coming" he has promised? Nothing has changed since the beginning of creation.

But Peter tells us, Ahh, but do not forget this one thing, dear friends, With the Lord a day is like a thousand years..... The Lord is not slow keeping his promise, as some understand slowness.

But if we still think he's taking his dear sweet time Peter gives a possible explanation, he says "He is patient with you, not wanting any to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.

Hey Jesus, take all the time you want, I'll just be chillin 'til you come for me.

Dueces, feeno

Saturday, October 17, 2009

saturday night live

Everyone has their favorite SNL clip. My favorite one was when the super heroes were all throwing a birthday party for Lois Lane. Superman and his x-ray vision was blurting out what all the wrapped presents were. The Hulk (John Belushi) came out of the bathroom after abusing it with a hulk like bowel movement. But there was this one charachter played by garrett morris called the Ant Man. And all the other Super heroes were all gathered around a making fun of him, because his super power was being able to shrink himself to the size of an ant, yet still have the power of a human. OOh Uuuh wow, ant man has the power of a human, and they all start laughing. If you can find a clip of this via your computer, it's worth the watch.

This brings me to the difference between God and gods. Did you know that each of the 10 plauges mentioned in Exodus was God's way of dissing all these other so called god's?

Let's start out easy, we all know that Ra was the Egyptian sun god. So God made it dark for 3 days.

The first plague was turning the water from the Nile into blood, the Egyptians worshipped Hapi, god of the Nile.

The 2nd plague was a gazillion frogs all over the place, it just so happened the Egyptians worshipped some god called Heket, who resembled a man with a frog head.

The 4th plague was flies, yeah, you guessed it Kephri was a fly faced god of the Egyptians.

The 5th plague was death of cows, yep, they had a cow head god too. His name was Hathor.

Then there was Isis, the goddess of medicine, so God sent boils and sores on to them.(6th plague)

If you want all the other gods names etc. and where they fit in with the plagues I'll give them to you. But I wont insult your intelligence with any nmore for now. You get the picture.

There is only 1 God, and he desires a relationship with you. Take your pick, Superman or Ant man.

Peace be with you all. feeno

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

A Small Glitch in the Perfect Atheist Life?

Just imagine it's a beautiful winter morning, nearing Christmas in your lovely Communist community. And as you and your sexy wife (Madalyn Murray O'Hare maybe) are sitting at your kitchen table reading Sagan watching snowflakes gently fall to the ground you realize just how good life is. Hell, there isn't even a Nativity Scene with in a hundred miles of your commune err I mean neighborhood. You and Madalyn are wearing your matching WWMSTD bracelets, (what would mao tse tung do) anyways life just couldn't be better.... but then little Suzie your only daughter one of your 1.5 kids and the cutest little Atheist in pig tales that you've ever seen, comes in and asks "Mommy, Daddy my friend from school (Karl Marx elementary school) wants to know if I can go to Sunday School with her, can I go please"?

What do you tell little Suzie?

Friday, October 9, 2009

Atheists say the sweetest things

I will give credit where credit is due. His Lordship the Gun Toting Atheist said this over at Mak's site. "There is no such things as a soul. we are not souls inhabiting bodies. We are bodies".

If thats true we are no more important than some sewer rat eating fecies 20 feet below the streets of any large city. Unless you think your special for evolving to a more important species? Why are we better than rats? Because we can type and spell and put pants on?

Don't like cliches or those church signs out in front of churches with nifty little phrases like 7 days with out prayer make one weak. (So Lame) But I just can't help myself, this one applies here "Without Christ we have a hopeless end. With Christ we have endless hope". That doesn't prove that Atheists are wrong of course, but I like the idea that I am more special than a maggott or a rat. What, maggotts don't have families?

Dear Atheist, whether or not you care I think your wonderful and more important than any other species on Earth. And I love you,(not that there's anything wrong with that). Now get over your damn self and secure your soul.

Peace be with you, feeno

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Yo Atheist, where in the hell did everybody go?

If man has been around for a million years and presumably getting at least a little action, where are all the people at? The Earth would really be crowded, and you'd think filled with a lot of bones somewhere? There is no evidence of either.

You can find out for yourself using secular resources only that if a handful people started having sex with one another around the time of the Biblical account of the flood, there should be about 6.8 billion people on the planet.

These non Christian sources, statisticians, anthropologists and experts in the field of demographics have calculated these numbers. Taking in the effects of disease, wars, famines and cultural beliefs that in 1820 there should have been about 1.6 billion people on Earth. In 1920 there should have been about 2 billion people, in 1970 there should have been about 4 billion people, and today there should be about 6.8 billion people. Wow, you'd think some Christian would have fudged these numbers there so accurate. They also figure by 2050 there will be about 9 billion people on Earth. (Unless the Duggars stay married, that might skew their numbers quite a bit?)

So once again, if we've been here so long,(750,000 years 0r maybe a million) where's everybody at? Do the math yourself, you think the line in McDonald's in long now?

Peace Out, feeno

Monday, September 21, 2009

Don't get sucked in

I love my city. The "Queen City", Porkopolis, or the Blue chip City, Don't know why were called that last one? I live in the 'burbs of the "Nati", Cincinnati OH. Having said that I haven't watched a Bengals game for 3 or 4 years. I just had to quit. It was addicting and made me and those around me miserable. Last week at Church half of the people who showed up were proudly wearing their Carson Palmer or Ochocinco jerseys. Then after that miserable collapse against the Bronco's you could hear the whole city yell "AH SHIT" at one time. Now then after the beat down they put on the Packers yesterday, I can't wait 'til next week at Church and see how many more Orange and Black jerseys will make an appearance. It's weird, but every time some one like me kicks the habit, 2 or 3 more gets sucked in. And all that's left after 16 nerve wracking weeks is doom and despair. Good luck to the Bengals and their fans, but I refuse to get sucked in ever again.

Peace be with you all, feeno

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Fightin' Irish

Have you ever heard someone say they don't believe in God? Then tell you that if God did exists they still wouldn't want any part of Him, because he is mean and petty and allows so much evil etc. This is why it is so hard for me to break the stereotype that Atheists aren't just people who are mad at God. I don't believe in Leprechauns, but I'm also not obsessed with debunking them because they wont share their gold. I tell you why Atheists aren't mad at Leprechauns, because Leprechauns aren't real.

Can't everybody think of something God has done for them that they can be thankful for?

Shalom, feeno

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Is the Christian life that tough?

My eyes have been opened up quite a bit since I learned how to use a computer. I was a very naive person. I have encountered some people who were once Christians who have since denounced Christ. The latest was a pastor who was in the church for many years, I've come to grips with the fact that a few discontents have left the church, but this guy thinks that the church has robbed him of his time. Can you be "robbed" of anything if you do it willingly?

Monday, August 17, 2009

Why do bad things happen to good people? Same reason bad things happen to bad people. Good things happen to both as well. So let's start again. Why do things happen?

There are 2 lives, the first is temporary and lasts about 75-80 years. The second lasts forever. Although I believe God cares about us in this life and protects us all to some degree, His main focus is on your next life. Wouldn't that make sense? So we experience some bad stuff in this life, who cares really, life is but a vapor here for a little while, then "poof" it vanishes. But eternity is a long damn time. I'd rather focus my thoughts on forever.

If you are a Christian things happen to bring you closer to God.
If you are a skeptic things happen to bring you to God.

It's all for you.

Late, feeno

Friday, July 31, 2009

Quotes #2?

I haven't spent much time on the computer this week, been real busy at work. Seeing how I missed you all so much, and now I'm ready to leave on vacation with my fam, and wont see you guys for another week, thought I'd better touch base and give you something to roll your eyes at until I return. BTW I don't know who said it.

"God has provided just enough evidence so that those who are looking for him will find him, and those who want to reject him, will not be able to find him accidentally".

Peace be with you, and also with you and you and you and you...... feeno

Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Do quotes actually help your position or cause to those folks on the "other" side?
I don't think they do at all. Quotes are great at articulating what you want to express, and it makes so much sense to you. But you can't figure out why the "other" side just don't get it. Quotes either reinforce what you already believe or just make you roll your eyes at the blindness of "others".

Basically I was gonna leave a quote today on this post. I found it to be quite interesting from a Christian perspective, but I got to thinking about it and asked myself: If I were an Atheist what would I get out of this quote? I'd probably just roll my eyes like I already do every time I hear "Bald is not a hair color, so Atheism can't be a religion" garble.

That's all i got. Peace be with you. feeno

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Yo, Atheist, can I pray for you?

Well, actually I already do. I just don't tell you because I don't want to offend you.
Not that you'd be offended by that? But I do respect your position, and after all, why not? God does too, that's why he gives us free-will.

If there is no God then our prayers are just words floating through space or falling to the ground? But in the small chance that God hears these prayers can I mention you to him?

dueces, feen

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Buzzards got to eat, same as worms.

The reason I started new blogs instead of a new post is because I just learned today how to do this. I thought when I started a new blog I was creating a new post? So now I may post a small thought every few days or so, now that I figured it out.

Anyways when you die does your body just become food for some other form of life? I would think some one who cares more about this world more than the next would just eat their way to oblivion so maggots and other forms of life could feast on a their fat asses longer?

Dueces, feeno

Saturday, January 17, 2009

If I became an atheist

One year ago I couldn't turn a computer on. Eight months ago I got an E-Mail address and now today I'm writing my first blog.

As I exploered the internet for topics that intrested me, I ended up on an atheist website by John Loftus called Debunking Christianity. I had no idea who he was, and had no idea that atheists were so passionate about their beliefs. (or lack there of) Actually, I always thought of atheists like people from P.E.T.A. just a bunch of wierdos. Sorry P.E.T.A. people. Or atheists?

But when I discovered that John (Mr. Loftus) was actually a well known and a popular Author I was Impressed. Not for the fact that he's kinda a famous, but because he treated me, a born again Christian very graciously on his atheist site. And a few of his contemporaries would also take time out to "set me straight" in their posts. W'sup Jeff, Tracy, Gandy and Playa.

There was something unique about this group, most of these people claimed to have been part of the church at one time. Could that be possible? And much like a Christian who shares his testimony of how he got saved, I read stories about how they got "deconverted". But I have one problem with these stories. I can't figure out why alot of these people seem to have such a disdain for people they used to have a relationship with. I was up all night a while back talking to a former pastor who left the church, he had mentioned that he had received a negative backlash after he made his deciscion, and actually recieved hate e-mail from "loving evangelicals". I asked him if he thought more people from his church were praying for him, or sending him hate mail. He never answered that question.

If I became an atheist: First I go and see my pastor and tell him I am no longer a believer. Here's what happens next. The deacons get together and pray for me and my family. My sunday school class prays for me. We will receive cards and letters from people wishing us well.
People will be calling to see if they can do anything for us. Old ladies and young alike will be dropping off cakes and brownies. My friends in the church will still be expecting me to come over and watch the MMA fights. ( and probably try to convince to come back to church) People from the church will still be calling me to install ceramic tile in their house (that's what I do) Plus I can't see myself suddenly not liking them either. And as much as I love my church, this is not uncommon.

So it troubles me to see these people one week sitting in a pew next to their friend trying to figure out if they should eat together at Applebees or Bob Evans, then a week later think less of them because their a Christian.

I wanted to write this blog on my own site, so not to take advantage of John's vast number of hits he receives. Or to be a nuisance to anyyone over at D.C. , who really did treat me well.
One thing I've learned about this group, if you call them out, they will respond. I hope some how they will find my site and respond to this.

Peace out, feeno