All actions in the name of religion seems this stupid to me… I wonder if he thought he was winning?
“As bizarre as it sounds, those who minister to people in occult bondage say it’s more common than you think.
“For nearly two decades, Contessa Adams felt as though she had no power against the demonic violators of her body. She felt trapped in secrecy and shame and knew that the demons tormenting her wanted things to stay that way.
“But God had another agenda for Adams when she found Christ in 1979. The former stripper has a ministry through which she exposes one of Satan’s darkest secrets—sexual demons.”
The actually believe this shit. Just because it’s in art and movies, doesn’t mean it’s real. Like unicorns and Eskimos.
I suspect that this is the best thinking that we can expect from people disabled by theism.
Judgment day is 40 days away! The video was posted on October 3rd that should be November 12th, right?
Will you just delete the video and bump the date out a bit further when your prediction fails?
What would happen if god stopped the earth so that Lord Stevie Christ’s prophesy could come true?
Indonesia is in that shadow so it looks like 240 million Muslims will survive too. How will they like life under Lord Stevie?
If the rest of the world is burnt up by the Sun (that’s in the middle of our Egg-Earth so let’s call it the Solar Yoke) wont we all be asphyxiated by the smoke. What will happen to the ocean? If the non-penumbra-protected is being burnt away wouldn’t the penumbra-protected oceans flow into that area? Wait! What am I thinking?! That’s the way things happen in this logical world, not Stevie’s Wonder Egg-Earth.
Warning, images in Thunderf00t’s video portray the heliocentric model of our solar system. The heliocentric model may offend Stevie the Fox’s cult followers. They prefer to live in on the inner surface of their Egg-Earth.
*Edited a couple of times. It’s hard to spell properly and laugh at the same time.
Jackie, William and Rachel each came from religious homes. So what made them question, and ultimately reject, the belief systems of their childhood? We let them explain…in their own words.