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?