Today I was in the disco with 4 of my friends, at certain point I was outside smoking alone and a Turkish muslim man approached me, he began insulting me (for no reason) because I'm a "christian" and also because of the way I dress. I was dressed with leggings and a blouse, nothing sexy or highly provocative. I was sitting down and he was standing up, he got so close yelling at me that he invaded my personal space,he began to try to grab me by the arms, I was feeling threatned, I tried to…Continue
I'm here waiting for the doctor to determine if I should go today for surgery or if it's going to be tomorrow, I have internal bleeding, I was put under treatment however the medication didn't work. The danger is if it's let alone I could get a blood infection and end up poisioned by my own blood or get an internal hemorrage. My family and friends are completely sure this is related with me being an Atheist and god giving me a lesson so I return back to Catholicism. I don't think so. I'm…Continue
There are certain things I just don't understand..
The conversation became religious and I said I don't believe in god, just like that. She rolled her eyes at me. I was expecting this reaction what I didn't expect was what happened next.
I asked her "So, you feel offended?"
She replied "of course I am, god does horrible things to those who talk like that about him"
I asked "Then.. something bad is going to happen to me?"
She said "Well, I'm not saying that,…Continue
What most Christians believe is that the Antichrist is supposed to be a political/religious leader of our times, and once he shows up Jesus will (finally) return.
If they would study a little bit of history outside of the bible they would have figured out that the 666 man-beast lived and died many years ago, and of course Jesus didn't return.
But who was this personification of evil made man?
His name was Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, a roman…Continue
According to a study carried out for 10 years by the Columbia University, individuals who are religious are less likely to suffer from clinical depression.
They gathered a group of 114 adults, whose parents were both, depressive and non depressive (probably to rule out the "genetic predisposition") and what turned out was that those who claimed religion and spirituality as "highly important" had about one-tenth the risk of experiencing major depression compared with those who did…Continue