Monthly ArchiveFebruary 2010
Christianity Thomas on 04 Feb 2010
A perfect example of the media pandering to religion:
“Spiritual Autobiography” – autobiographies “rooted in lessons of faith”.
One of the professors who speaks is Lauren Winter, assistant professor of Christian Spirituality at Duke Divinity School and author of the book “Girl meets God”.
The show could be better called “Searching for Delusion in Prison”. Why would the Raleigh Correctional Center for Women, funded by tax dollars, be spreading delusion to inmates? And why would NPR be reporting on the spread of delusion?
If you visit the Duke Divinity School’s Web Site, you find this ridiculous contradiction:
Duke Divinity School’s mission is to engage in spiritually disciplined and academically rigorous education in service and witness to the Triune God in the midst of the church, the academy, and the world.
Any “academically rigorous” program would state unequivocally that religion is delusion.
This video is helpful for understanding the delusion:
Visit their Web site: St. Anthony. The opening screen right now says, “Do you believe in the power of prayer?” Clicking on that page takes you to sharetheprayer.tv where it says, “We believe in the power of prayer”, and that is a registered trademark. Also: “See how the Power of Prayer is making a difference every day. Click the images to see their stories.”
This is shocking because, as scientifically trained doctors, any physician practicing under the notion that “prayer works” is completely delusional and probably violating the Hippocratic Oath. The simple fact is that Prayer is rank superstition, nothing more. These two videos will help you to understand the reality of the situation:
Christianity Thomas on 01 Feb 2010
Watch this video to see how ridiculous American Christians look to foreigners:
The problem is that there are so many Christians in America that they taint the entire country’s reputation.