A Bible lesson gone horribly wrong

Some of the things that land in my inbox are from seriously disturbed people. I wasn’t the only one on the distro list for this batsh*ttery, but I had to share it with you.

I am warning you, this one starts off nutty and goes downhill fast. It’s below the fold.

God created the heavens and earth and all the animals. And he created a garden of eden from which he created man from the dust. He called this man Adam. After a while God saw that Adam was lonely.

So he caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam and while Adam slept God opened Adam’s side and took one of his ribs and created a woman to be a companion for Adam. This woman was called Eve. Eve was bone of Adam’s bone and flesh of Adam’s flesh. God created Eve as a soulmate and companion for Adam. When God created Adam and Eve they had no knowledge of evil. They only had the goodness of God. God did not give Adam and Eve the knowledge of evil or the power to have sex and create. All God wanted was Adam and Eve in the garden of eden and  the animals on the earth. Adam and Eve would never destroy  the garden of eden and the animals would never destroy the earth.

That’s why God created the garden of eden. That was Adam and Eve’s home for eternity. Lucifer was one of God’s angels. God called Lucifer the morning star. He rose up in evil against God and God drove him from heaven. In order to get back at God, Lucifer came down to the garden of eden and put the evil in the tree of knowledge of good. Then it became the tree of knowledge of good and evil. God saw the evil and warned Adam and Eve not to touch it or eat from it or they would surely die. Then God went away and while he was gone Lucifer tried to get Eve to eat from the tree. Eve told Lucifer that they would surely die. Lucifer lied and said that they would live forever. He told them that he would make them into Gods. Eve fell for Lucifer’s lies and she did eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil.

Then she got Adam to eat from it. When they did their eyes were opened and they saw that they were naked. That’s when they gained the knowledge and the power to have sex and create. They covered themselves up with fig leaves and ran and hid from God. God found them and condemed them both. God drove them from the garden of eden never to return. Then God punished Lucifer by turning him into a snake to eat the dust of the other animals for eternity. Adam and Eve still had a choice. They could have gone with the goodness of God and not had sex or they could go with the evil and the power that Lucifer gave them. They chose the evil and the power that Lucifer gave them. Then they started lying and said it was God’s way. But it wasn’t God’s way it was Lucifer’s way of worse than worse than incest. When Adam had sex with Eve he was having sex with his own flesh. Eve was bone of his bone and flesh of his flesh.

Now I am going to explain what I mean by worse than worse than incest. If Adam came from the dust and Eve came from the dust there would be no incest between them. And what ever they created would be a true son and a true daughter. When the true son and true daughter had sex to keep the population going that would have been incest. And what ever they created would have been closer flesh. A true brother and sister committing incest cannot create a son or daughter. They create closer flesh because the flesh is closer than they were to begin with. So that way would have been incest and closer flesh. If Adam came from the dust and Eve came from the dust and they had true sons and daughters and Adam had sex with his daughters and Eve had sex with her sons to keep the population going that would have been worse than incest and they would have created closer than closer flesh. The closer the flesh the worse the incest.

The way it happened was that Adam had sex with his own flesh. So that was worse than worse than incest and they created closer than closer than closer flesh. So when you marry someone you are marrying someone that is 3 times closer than a true brother and sister. That’s why people create birthdefects and deformaties.

We are all birthdefects because we all have the knowledge of evil. We all came from worse than worse than incest and we are still the same. There is no such thing as grand ma and grand pa or mother and father or sister and brother or uncle and aunt or nephew and niece or any other name. It was made up by Adam and Eve and their generations. We are simply Adam’s flesh having sex with Adam’s flesh and what ever you create is Adam’s flesh. Jesus came from Mary having sex with another man while Joseph was off fighting in a war. Jesus grew up and found out the truth from the priests who didn’t get married and have sex.

But the priests were afraid to tell everyone because they were afraid they would be killed. So Jesus found 12 other men and he told them the truth. And with their help he tried to tell everyone that in the eyes of God they were all brothers and sisters and that they were committing incest by getting married and having sex. They all got upset and angry and crucified him. Jesus went back to the dust just like everyone before him and after him. Just where God told Adam and Eve they would go.

From dust you came and dust you shall return. Jesus was a 33 year old virgin who gave his life trying to keep the generations from being born from sin into a sinful world.

Long before Jesus was born there were thousands of slaves that ran off around the world and started their own countries. When these slaves ran off there was a large group of men that took off and ended up in Africa. Some of them were giants as tall as 9 ft. or even  taller. The giant named Goliath that David killed with his slingshot was 9 ft. tall.

Some of these men went exploring to Borneo and used ropes to catch female orangutans and took them to South America and had sex with them and eventually created the Indians. The men that stayed in Africa used ropes to catch female gorillas and had sex with them and eventually created the Africans. When scientists found the bones in Africa they thought we evolved naturally from a female chimpanzee.

But it wasn’t a natural evolution it was a man made evolution. That’s where Bigfoot and the Orangutan creatures come from. They are half man and half gorilla and half man and half orangutan. They use to call the Indians the red man. The orangutan has reddish hair.

When those men bred out the hair the Indian’s skin remained red. The gorilla has black hair and skin. When those men bred out the hair the African’s skin remained black. Some of the Indians and Africans are tall. And some of the Bigfoot and Orangutan creatures are tall. They are tall because some of the men that created them were tall.

Bigfoot migrated up through Africa and came into the United States at the top of Africa when they were connected by land. The Orangutan creatures migrated up through Central America and came into the United States like the Indians did later on.

The first Europeans that saw the Africans said that some of the African women had genitals that resembled that of a gorilla. If you look at the nose of an African you will notice that it is wide like the gorilla’s nose. We are worse than worse than incest and worse than worse than bestiality.

1915: 1.8 Billion people

2010: 6.8 Billion people

95 years: 5 Billion people

2310: 22 Billion people

Solution to problem: Stop Creating Babies

I am 100% sure your generations will appreciate not being created and left behind to suffer that mess of insanity. And it will be one hell of a mess.

Pam’s House Blend – Front Page

—  John Wright

Movies That Changed the World: For the Bible Tells Me So

Dan Karslake’s award-winning For the Bible Tells Me So, released in 2007, received widespread acclaim for its examination of the chasm often found between gays and lesbians and Christianity, and its look at Scriptural misinterpretations that have allowed the Bible to be used as a tool of discrimination. Now, Entertainment Weekly is hailing the documentary as one of “5 Movies That Changed The World.”

Karslake’s film gave new hope for conflicted members of the LGBT community and advocates by offering a compelling look at the journeys of five normal, Christian families – including former House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt – as they sought to reconcile their faith with the reality of having a gay or lesbian family member. To accompany the film, HRC developed a comprehensive guide for driving powerful conversations about the LGBT community and the church.

HRC’s study guide and advocacy training curriculum served to facilitate open dialogues across the country and called on LGBT advocates to use the Bible as an instrument of healing rather than a weapon. A central underpinning of the guide is that “advocates for LGBT rights have the same right to claim religious and traditional values [as the Radical Right does] as motivating factors in their advocacy.” The curriculum also contains handouts on issues ranging from gender identity and the Bible, to Scriptures on which to base the welcome and rights of the LGBT community.

In 2008, Karslake connected HRC’s efforts to strengthen the dialogue to the film’s success: “HRC heavily promoted its theatrical run and organized an extensive series of discussion groups to accompany the film showing around the country. The success of these events was truly stunning and helped to generate excitement in harder-to-reach markets.” In advance of the curriculum’s release, Karslake expressed excitement about the potential of the guide to “spark conversations in congregations that most need the film’s powerful message.”

John Young’s “5 Movies That Changed The World” is available in the October 1 issue of Entertainment Weekly, currently on newsstands. Hear more from Karslake and HRC’s Religion and Faith Program Director Harry Knox about the movie’s impact. Check out the study guide and curriculum, which remain timely and important resources. To learn more about For the Bible Tells Me So, visit www.forthebibletellsmeso.org.


Human Rights Campaign | HRC Back Story

—  John Wright

Hear ‘Holly is a Homophobe’ live at Trees tonight

Straight local band Bible Fire hits with ‘Holly is a Homophobe’

Clearly, you should watch what you say around Rob Halstead or it could turn into a song.

When a day-job co-worker of the Bible Fire songwriter went on a hostile rant against the gays, Halston ripped her a new one by putting it to music.  The result was “Holly is a Homophobe,” a single from the local band’s new album The Pursuit of Imperfection. Unexpectedly, when the group performs, it’s one of their most requested and popular songs.

“Holly is this girl me and Grant [Scruggs, the band’s guitarist] both worked with,” Halstead says. “She’s an enigma to me because she’s so nice and caring and then prejudiced all the way around.” An example of the lyric: Holly is a homophobe / Disdainfully, she told me so / Her biggest fear is turning queer / And I just thought that everyone should know.

Read the rest of the article here.

DEETS: Trees, 2709 Elm St. Sept. 16. Doors open at 7 p.m. TreesDallas.com

—  Rich Lopez

Local briefs • 08.20.10

WRCC hosts ‘Sunday Show’

The White Rock Community Church Choir and Drama Ministry will present “The Sunday Show,” an old-fashioned radio show featuring interviews with “widows” from the Bible embellished with original songs, on Sunday. Aug. 29, at the church’s regular 10:45 a.m. service.

The program used catchy rhythms and talk show-style dialog to give the audience a new understanding of remarkable women from biblical times.

White Rock Community Church is located at 9353 Garland Road in Dallas. For more information call 214-320-0043 or go online to WhiteRockChurch.org.

Yoga of the Breath begins Aug. 27

The next Yoga of the Breath course for People Living with HIV begins Friday Aug, 27 and is open to everyone living with HIV, which includes caregivers, partners and other family members of people with HIV.

The program is free of charge, and will be held at Pride Pharmacy, 2929 Carlisle St. in Dallas. Meals and transportation are provided.
For more information call 469-212-3797.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 20, 2010.

—  Michael Stephens

Karl Rove destroys his marriage

Karl Rove

Karl Rove

The architect of George Bush’s march to the White House and the man who engineered anti-gay marriage amendments in the name of “saving” marriage has gotten divorced.

Again. Yes. His second.

In the announcement, his spokesperson asked for privacy.

Really?

He thinks his marriage is a private matter that the press shouldn’t exploit? He thinks we should keep our noses out of it because a marriage or in this case a divorce — is a private matter? Blow it out your bigoted ear Karl.

This disgusting piece of crap is the person responsible for all of that “marriage hasn’t changed since Biblical times” and “the sanctity of marriage that gay people are trying to destroy” garbage. Something he made up to scare people. To get right wing extremists, bigots and just plain dumb people to the polls. And it worked.

By the way, what makes his exploitation of gays and lesbians so heinous is that he was raised by his two gay dads. And, apparently, he wasn’t rebelling against them. He was close to them.

But now he’s divorced. The judge should never have granted the divorce. He should have told him that in Biblical times, a divorce could only be granted by a religious panel and that there was no such thing as an “amiable” divorce. And he’d like privacy.online game carищу продвижение сайта

—  David Taffet

Tell me what you think …

What constitutes “hate speech”?

A large number of religious leaders opposed the recently-enacted Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Law because they said it would make it a criminal offense for them to preach in their churches that homosexuality is a sin. But is that hate speech, or a reasonable expression of religious beliefs?

I don’t think the new law encroaches on anyone’s ability to preach that kind of sermon. I don’t think it’s hate speech, although I know plenty of people disagree with me on that. Many, many people do believe that homosexuality is a sin, and surely they have the right to express that belief.

But if a preacher stands in his or her pulpit on a Sunday morning and tells the congregation that God says homosexuals should be put to death and then encourages the members of that congregation to carry out God’s word — is that hate speech? Is that constitutionally protected?

Would your opinion of whether or not someone expressing their religious views constituted “hate speech” change if the person were an Imam in an Islamic extremist sect saying that the Koran teaches that the U.S. is “the great Satan” and that Allah decrees Americans should be killed, and then encouraging his followers to stage attacks to carry out Allah’s decree?

Where do we draw the line? Do we draw a line at all? Should people be able to say whatever they want just because they believe a religious text tells them to? How do we decide what is “valid” religious text? Is the Bible more valid than the Koran or the Book of Mormon or the teachings of Buddha?

Tell me what you think.cfqn zyltrc

—  admin