A Young Earth?
Settling the "Young Earth" debate
A young earth?
How Old is the Earth?
The Bible
Why the Bible Cannot be the Word of God
The Cure for Fundamentalism
"I've read the Bible 100 times and never realized these things for myself!"

The ultimate cure for fundamentalism!

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Jesus Jesus on cross
What Would Jesus Do? Was Jesus a Liar, Lunatic, or Divine?

The Murderer's Confession What to Say to the Next Messiah...

Don't Miss: 3-Part Series of Articles on Paring Down the Scriptures
Dispensing with the Hebrew Scriptures
Abridging the Christian Greek Scriptures
Critiquing Jesus' Words

In How Old is the Earth I bring together the facts to answer this question posed by fundamentalist "Young Earthers". (We find that the answer is: about 4 1/2 billion years old.)

I was once a fundamentalist Christian. I believed that every word in the Bible was inspired by God, and that it was all true and that it was a moral guidebook for our lives.

Then I read the Bible for myself.

When I stopped listening to people telling me what the Bible said, and I started reading it for myself, I came away with a very different conclusion.

Today I am amazed that I ever was so stupid as to think that the Bible was "God's Word".

In my book The Cure For Fundamentalism: Why the Bible Cannot be the Word of God I take you on a journey through the Bible from cover to cover. There is no "taking out of context" and there is no interpretation involved. I have divorced myself from the school of Biblical interpretation which begins each sentence with "that doesn't mean what it says." I have let the Bible speak for itself, and it has condemned itself out of its own mouth. If you can read this book and remain a fundamentalist, then you'll need to seek professional help.

In the article What Would Jesus Do I have examined whether Jesus serves as a good role model, or if we need to use our own hearts and minds in deciding on what is the morally right thing to do.

Was Jesus a Liar, Lunatic, or Divine is a dialogue I conducted with a born-again webmaster.

I've also included three of my poems related to fundamentalism: Moses, The Murderer's Confession, and What to Say to the Next Messiah on Your Doorstep or TV.

New! Don't miss my latest articles under "Funnies!" where we can share a few laughs over the whole thing!
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