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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Does Church Father Papias Prove the Gospels Existed in the First Century?

Does Church Father Papias Prove the Gospels Existed in the First Century?

Hot off the presses! A brand-new article on the value of Church father Papias, adapted from "Who Was Jesus?" Enjoy!

As always, feel free to like, share and comment - and to post wherever you see a discussion of Papias as providing evidence for the gospels in the first century.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Did Moses Exist? The Myth of the Israelite Lawgiver

"The definitive book on Moses, bar none!" Miguel Conner

Please watch my new video about my Moses book - history like you've never heard it before.

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Free Hawaii! | Freethought Nation

Free Hawaii! | Freethought Nation

There’s a resistance and sovereignty movement for self-determination and self-governance by Hawaiian natives that few people know or seem to care about. It is estimated that native Hawaiians and other Pacific islanders make up only about 10% of the current population of Hawaii.

What should the natives of Hawaii do? Lob missiles at the cities where non-natives live? Strap on suicide-bomb vests and attack cafes and museums? Use children, schools and hospitals as shields so that civilian casualties can be cited in order to garner support? Enlist the assistance of foreign countries to provide weapons, which natives then smuggle into the land? Should their leaders abscond with foreign aid and live in luxury, while using the commoners as cannon fodder? Is violence really the answer?

And why do so few people know about this issue of invasion, occupation and usurpation of Hawaii? Where are the rallies in support of the Hawaiian natives? The global street marches on their behalf? The nonstop media drumbeating and riling up of the irate masses? Why aren’t concerned American humanitarians leaving the islands in droves and restoring them to the natives? Where is the uproar against the United States government for this “illegal occupation?”

While Hawaiian natives generally peacefully attempt to draw attention to their situation, with little success, relatively violent cultures seem to have no problem creating outrage and justification for violent assaults based on similar calls for a sovereign state. Why is humanity responding to the violence and thuggery, rather than the peaceful efforts? Why reward violence while ignoring peace?