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Fran Erickson
Also known as Cognitive Dissonance when facts challenge your "faith"...

preachyatheist

preaching my beliefs to everyone I'm here to mock religion religion teaches hate

I think it is probably about their willies. The babble book has a lot to answer for; written by men, for men, to control and minimise women. It worked for thousands of years but that is history. The only thing that can hold women back now, is women. You can find them here on this site. All are "christians" of a form that insults the teachings of the man that is supposed to be the foundation of their faith. Sad.

I think it is probably about their willies. The babble book has a lot to answer for; written by men, for men, to control and minimise women. It worked for thousands of years but that is history. The only thing that can hold women back now, is women. You can find them here on this site. All are "christians" of a form that insults the teachings of the man that is supposed to be the foundation of their faith. Sad.

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Atheist In The Bible Belt

37/East Texas Ex southern baptist Atheist & Secular humanist (My primary blog isKswan photography)

*When you understand the proper meaning of the term “virgin” in its proper context - that “a woman one in herself” means the Ichthys of the Vesica Piscis (immaculate conception/KaBaAkh/HU/RaMaat/Skakti/Day 1 of Genesis), it’s easy to grasp how “Jesus” (“child giving birds a drink”) develops in the UTERUS and is physically born through the YONI OF THE ICHTHYS “Virgin” after being conceived through rigorous kama sutra with her husband (GENESIS is about HOLY PRO-CREATION)

20 Widely Used (And Widely Misunderstood) Symbols

The people who used these symbols definitely did not pass any of their history classes.

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Mark W Gura

Religions are cults. Some have over a billion members. Cult = supernatural claims + psychology + altruism + community + history/and mythology, add a...