I Love it When the Ignorant Lecture Me About Jesus

This is the kind of rhetorical nonsense that people who think they’re moar SMRTer then dem stoopid Xtians love to share. It’s so full of irrelevancies, absurdities, and flat-out mischaracterizations as to represent a Perfect Storm of Woke-Signalling. It cries out to Heaven for a Fisking. Original in Bold, my responses in italic. Jesus was a… Read More I Love it When the Ignorant Lecture Me About Jesus

John C. Wright on The Grand Christian Conspiracy

Which is always assumed, but somehow never demonstrated. Paul got wealth and prestige and money by spreading the doctrine of Jesus, and the Jewish and Roman authorities anointed him with honors. Peter likewise was exulted and died a wealthy man, surrounded by children and grandchildren, and John retired to a small island in the Mediterranean… Read More John C. Wright on The Grand Christian Conspiracy

New Fiction – The Devil Left Him: A Retelling of the Temptation of Christ

A bit ago, I happened to rent Last Days in the Desert, an indie film with Ewan McGregor portraying both Jesus and Satan during Jesus’ forty days in the desert (Matthew 4). It was an interesting take on the idea, but the script wasn’t quite up to snuff, being primarily concerned with a family Jesus encounters… Read More New Fiction – The Devil Left Him: A Retelling of the Temptation of Christ