Thursday, 23 October 2008

A man is only a man if he pisses standing up

1 Kings 14:10 "Therefore, behold, I will bring evil upon the house of Jeroboam, and will cut off from Jeroboam him that pisseth against the wall, and him that is shut up and left in Israel, and will take away the remnant of the house of Jeroboam, as a man taketh away dung, till it be all gone."

Atheists often challenge fundie christians that they don't take the Bible literally because it's full of crazy stuff like stoning your children for disrespect.

Well some people DO take the Bible literally.

Pastor Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church believes that ONLY the King James version of the Bible is divine, and that Jesus is the Bible, they are the same thing, and that men must piss standing up.*

This man is the brother of Raani Starnes, the lady I blogged abou in the previous post.
No, I'm not stalking the family! She has him as a guest blogger on her blog, in place of the post she had about bombing gay friendly schools.
Madder than a box of fish that family.

Here is a christian blogger
criticisng his style of preaching and his theology.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess the only one who can straigten us out now is God himsself. People are too confused and make up their own interpretations concerning everything in life. We will all come to the realization that we need God in our life because we are not making it on our own. As a humanity we are extremely divided.

Paul Maurice Martin said...

What's the point of attacking "fundies?"

Most people see them as misguided. But I've never heard of one converting either to atheism or progressive religion by being called names, especially, in one form or another, the perennial favorite, "stupid" - if not with that actual word, then in other words.

And members of the far religious right tend to like to call atheists "immoral."

I don't really understand the point of this kind of, uh, dialog.

Maybe to get it out of one's system. But there are folks who seem to spend a lifetime reacting against what usually turns out to be the religion they were brought up with.

Seems to me that's not exactly freedom from it.

Stew said...

It's the fundies who are trying to change laws. It's the fundies who are opposing human rights.
It's the fundies that are scaring people with their talk of hellfire and end times.
It's the fundies who look forward to conflict in the middle east because they think it is part of biblical prophesy.
They need to be exposed to the light and laughed at.

pecheur said...

OK. Again he's off the wall. Or rather is he "pissing" on it?