Sunday, March 25, 2012

What Woman Would Sleep With A 900 Year Old Man?

One incredible voice for a great song.

Aretha Louise Franklin (born March 25, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Although known for her soul recordings and referred to as The Queen of Soul, Franklin is also adept at jazz, blues, R&B, gospel music, and rock. Rolling Stone magazine ranked her atop its list of The Greatest Singers of All Time.
It ain't necessarily so
It ain't necessarily so
The t'ings dat yo' li'ble
To read in de Bible,
It ain't necessarily so.

Li'l David was small, but oh my !
Yes David was small, but oh my !
He fought Big Goliath
Who lay down an' dieth !
Yes David was small, but oh my !

Oh Jonah, he lived in de whale,
Oh Jonah, he lived in de whale,
And he made his home in
Dat fish's abdomen.
Oh Jonah, he lived in de whale.

To get into Hebben
Don' snap for a sebben !
Live clean ! Don' have no fault !
Oh, I takes dat gospel
Whenever it's pos'ble,
But wid a little grain of salt.

Methus'lah lived nine hundred years,
Methus'lah lived nine hundred years,
But who calls dat livin'
When no gal will give in
To no man what's nine hundred years ?

That's why I say it ain't
It ain't necessarily so
Ain't nece-ain't nece
Ain't necessarily ... so !

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Karl On Samson & Delilah

I knew kangaroos were a great exception to Noah's Ark, but Ricky adds what happened to the fresh water fish, Wasn't the entire world flooded with salt water? Good point.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Is There Anything Worse Than Religion?

Religion is a cancerous disease and you can clearly see here how it destroys individuals specifically and mankind's progress in general. And the hapless that go along with are the worst part.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Monday, March 12, 2012

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Facing Death For Tweets

May 20th - Draw Mohammad Day

Saturday, March 10, 2012

DNA or Revelation

Dear Christian reader suppose for a moment you are a juror and the case is the crime of murder. The prosecution lays out the case against this man you have not met before happily. The case against him is that he broke into a house where he had never been before. The family and friends have testified to that. But in the kitchen as he was filling his bag with the stolen goods, the man of the house switches on the light and confronts him. The burglar is surprised thinking the house empty. They immediately go into a struggle. The burglar sees on the counter a knife block and is able to grab the largest knife. He plunges it into the man's chest who crumples to the floor as the blood slowly runs out around him. The burglar stands motionless for a second. The wife of the house comes into the kitchen and screams to the top of her voice. This awakens the now murderer who flees the scene.

In time the man is caught and brought to trial. You hear the evidence which now includes the murderer's DNA and fingerprints. The wife says on the stand it could be him but she only saw him for that split second and says her attention was more on her dying husband. She breaks down in tears and is excused.

The trial goes on for days with each side presenting their case. One evening your trusted Christian friend comes over and tells you he has had a vision from God, Jesus himself spoke. He told your friend that the man is not the murderer. You must vote not guilty when it comes to the decision. At this point you must be somewhat confused because this friend has never lied ever before and he has your confidence.

On the one hand you have overwhelming scientific evidence. On the other you have human witnesses. The wife unsure. Your Christian friend is very sure that God has revealed to him the man's innocence. Do you go with science or revelation?

If you go with revelation, do you think that it should be allowed in this court case or for that matter any court case? Should it have equal value to DNA or more?

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The World Of Religion

Ironic a carpenter was nailed to a wooden cross.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

The First Rock And Roll Song

"Rocket 88" (originally written as Rocket "88") is a rhythm and blues song that was first recorded at Sam Phillips' recording studio in Memphis, Tennessee, on 3 March or 5 March 1951 (accounts differ). It has been claimed by Phillips and some music critics to be the "first rock and roll song".

A 61 year old song. Wow!

More Info Here