Aggregator • Hyscience • ID=79092
The liberal anti-Christian, pro-atheist mindset is a truly moronic thing to behold, indeed ... as these two news items make abundantly clear.
Verhoeven's take on the life of Jesus Christ discounts all the miracles that inform the New Testament. That includes the immaculate conception and the resurrection. Verhoeven doesnâ€™t believe any of them happened. I wrote about Verhoevenâ€™s ambitions in spring 2011, as he and his reps at ICM first tried to find funding -- no small feat given some of the theories he put forth in the book.The most controversial: that Jesus might have been the product of his mother being raped by a Roman soldier, which Verhoeven said was commonplace at the time, and that Jesus was a radical prophet who performed exorcisms and was convinced he would find the kingdom of Heaven on earth, and did not know he would be sentenced to die on the cross by Pontius Pilate. ...Democrat Calls for Hearings on Radical Christianity:
Texas Congressman Al Green (D) says he wouldn't mind Rep. Peter King (R-NY) repeatedly calling hearings on "radical Islam" if he would also conduct a "hearing on the radicalization of Christians."I await with bated breath to see a filmmaker produce a 'blasphemous' film about Mohammad ... and to hear about a Democrat with a lick of common sense thinking outside the liberal box of blind, politically-correct, stupidity. ... more