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Monday, April 14, 2008

-Newbie's Guide To Pro-China Internet Trolls-

-Newbie's Guide To Pro-China Internet Trolls- (v1.10)

Preface: This guide is a Work-In-Progress (WIP) and will be updated when possible.





A nation with a far-reaching history, a unique and diverse culture, beautiful locales, and a constantly growing economic superpower.

It is also a nation whose government shits on human and animal rights, establishes nation-wide censorship on all media including the Internet (The Great Firewall of China), where any critic of government policy is punished with a trip to the re-education camps, where you can't vote out the current Government as there can ONLY BE ONE, not to mention all the lead-filled low quality products, where the pollution in the air is VISIBLE and SMELLABLE, and who the fuck knows what else is going on in China but is not reported.

Worst of all however, are the Pro-China apologists who are possibly being paid by the Chinese Communist Party (hereafter refered to as the ChiCom Party) infiltrating internet forums and spreading the Pro-ChiCom Government line by upplaying China's strengths and downplaying, denying or even justifying their many weaknesses and atrocities.

These apologists are by far, most commonly found in the large media corporation news websites which offer a "comment on the article" section. Of course, the article would relate to China in some way. Pro-China apologists can also be found on internet forums although their numbers are smaller (between 1 to 5).

This guide allows you to delve considerably into the minds of such Pro-China trolls, how to identify them, and how to attack their weakly-set up (most of the time) arguments and how to defend your own.

No doubt the Pro-China trolls already follow a guide similar to this to defend China on the internet with.

A healthy debate requires the contributions of two or more sides to make all sides accountable.

This is your chance to protect freedom of speech and a censorship-free Internet before it is over-run by the millions of Chinese trolls.


What makes the Pro-China Internet Trolls Pro-China? It could be any or a combination of the following:

-Patriotism/Nationalism: Similar to the American kind, they show immense pride in supporting China, happily discarding or ignoring their country's flaws while promoting their positive aspects.

-Government Propaganda/Brainwashing: Possibly relating to the above, although brainwashing in not a necessary prerequisite for patriotism. This category is along the same lines as religion: Mass delusion. Brainwashing-afflicted Pro-China or any Religionist (Def. A person who identifies him/herself to any religion) usually set up strawmans or ad hominems to make up for their lack of rationality and logic. Unlike patriots/nationalists who can actually recognize their own faulty logic and bad arguments (but persist with it due to love of their country), the Brainwashee (person who is brainwashed by Government or religious propaganda) DO NOT EVEN REALIZE their own bad logic and poorly set up arguments. Any attempts to enlighten them on this issue will be ignored or countered with the aforementioned strawmans etc.

-Financial Benefits: Like the Russians, the ChiCom Government likes to keep a watchful eye on their citizens, both offline and online. When online, they employ well-paid police to tow the Government line, attempt to silence criticism by invoking mass posts or in the worst case scenario, remove the post/thread/website altogether. A common Chinese internet forum situation would be where Poster A would start a thread that is critical of the Government or their policies. There might even be a few posts of agreement from Poster B and Poster C. However, this will be quickly countered by voices of disapproval... from Poster D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L.

With current intelligence, there are several known types of Pro-China Internet Trolls:

1) Chinese people living in China.
2) Chinese people living in a non-China country (usually a democratized Western country) by moving there from China or being born there in the first place.
3) Non-Chinese people living in China, possibly for job and career motivations.


1) Cherry Picking

Simply, bringing your attention to the good aspects of China or Chinese policy, while ignoring or diverting your attention away from the bad.

2) Contradiction

3) Sympathy Seeking/Emotional Language

A frequent tactic used by big media, also utilized by a ChiCom troll.

A recent example is the Olympic Torch run around the world. Protestors took it upon themselves to interfere with the run and attempt to snuff out the lit torch. At one point, one of the torch-holders was a disabled girl.

ChiCom used this situation for good effect:

The "heartless" and "violent" "rioting" (not protesting) "hooligans" (ad hominem) "attacked" (this can be argued, but you are clutching at straws if you call this an attack) the "brave" and "courageous" little "disabled" (shamelessly mentioning that the girl IS disabled as if we didn't know already) girl who "proudly protected" (no she did not) the torch using her "delicate small body" (yes, that is actually a direct quote).

Don't expect the ChiCom Trolls to have the same level of sympathy for Tibetans or anyone the Chinese police chooses to attack (attack as in the real definition of the word this time).

4) Learn From Them

5) Nonsensical Comparison

Tying in with the "Everyone is as bad as the ChiCom Government" tactic, this is where the ChiCom troll, in an attempt to explain the ChiCom Party's motives or actions, will try to draw comparisons and use analogies.

The problem is that these comparisons and analogies are so completely out-of-this-world, absurd and possibly completely unrelated with the issue at hand when closely examined.

An example:

“Tibetan religious extremists don't deserve to have any political power. No-one is stopping them (or could) from practising their religious nonsense inside their own heads. But when they want to translate it into political influence they have been and will continue to be met with great force. And a damn good thing, too!

How would we in Australia react to a proposal by Catholics to allow pre-pubescent boys into all-male monasteries?”

-A Pro-China troll comparing religious Tibetans with Catholics who a taste for innocent young altar-boys. What the fuck?

Another example: (source: an anti-Western media forum. Warning: Censorship exists. Anti-China posts, even reasonable well-thought ones are deleted with extreme prejudice, although there is some time lag)
-A Pro-China troll comparing… do I even need to explain this? In case the link is dead, the ChiCom troll is attempting to compare the actions of the Chinese Government/Media, the Chinese populace, and what information the ChiCom Govt thinks is suitable to allow the Chinese populace to see, with the parents of the “traditional Asian family” (Chinese Govt/media) and the children of the parents (Chinese populace).

This is an extremely stupid comparison in many ways. In fact, the troll self-owned him/herself: In drawing up that ridiculous comparison, he/she is effectively saying the Chinese Communist Government TREATS THE CHINESE POPULACE LIKE CHILDREN.

Yet another example:

-The protestors trying to douse the Olympic torch being “no different” from Muslim terrorists using a place to collide with the World Trade Center.

6) Questioning a question

A form of avoidance.

7) Changing/Ignoring Subject

Certainly not unique to ChiCom trolls. When you can respond to a ChiCom troll's argument very successfully to the point of obliteration, the ChiCom troll, trying to not look like a failure, will simply not acknowledge it, and instead just change the subject or even refrain from posting another comment and disappear from the forum thread until it is safe to do so again.

8) Insult

There are just insults you’d expect in a typical schoolyard but instead of being called a libfag (liberal) or republicunt (republican), you’d more likely be called a selfish westerner, racist, dirty capitalist, etc.

9) Everyone is as bad as the ChiCom Party

Usually it goes like this:

Person: "China is bad at issue x" (where x can be such issues as pollution and human rights)
ChiCom Troll: "But [insert country here] is just as bad at issue x as China"
Person: "That may be the case, but it still doesn't excuse China's handling of the matters"
ChiCOm Troll: "China is doing the best it can at issue x, I suggest [insert country here] fix up their own problems first before criticizing China"
Person: "[insert country here] IS trying to fix issue x also, and it's certainly doing much more than China, which is close to nothing"
ChiCom Troll: "China is doing the best it can at issue x and I trust there will be positive results in the future"

Also called the "Two wrongs don't make a right" fallacy.

More typical examples:

Person: “China’s human rights history is quite bad.”
ChiCom Troll: “AMERICA’S HUMAN RIGHTS HISTORY IS BAD TOO.” (not a direct quote obviously, but might as well be)

Person: “China’s media is biased and does not present the full facts of the situation.”

Person: “China’s nationwide censorship keeps the people uninformed.”

This is by far, the most commonly used rhetoric by the ChiCom troll. Keep this in point in mind next time you read an article that is critical of China and allows reader comments, or even the YouTube comment section. You’ll be surprised at the ChiCom troll’s persistence on using this line of defense.

10) Multiple Forum IDs

As mentioned before, it is possible for Pro-ChiCom trolls to create multiple identities/user accounts to try to make him/herself look more credible by faking support.

11) Western Bias Claim

Let us use a recent example: The pre-2008 Beijing Olympic Games Tibetan riots.

Sequence of Events
-Tibetans in Tibet start rioting/protesting.
-ChiCom Government kicks out all foreign journalists and media.
-Internet user claims that Tibetan protesters were shot and possibly killed by Chinese police.
-ChiCom troll asks internet user to provide proof.
-Internet user quotes and links to online articles and media.
-ChiCom troll claims that Western media is biased against the Chinese, so that's why they were kicked out of Tibet.
-ChiCom troll then claims that the Tibetan protesters are crazy violent people... by quoting from and linking to, the official Pro-ChiCom Party news website.

Also, ChiCom Trolls, not liking the bias and lies in Western media (CNN, BBC etc), would make the suggestion that WE visit China to see the truth. Due to their lack of logic and rationality, this is exactly what journalists do (or should do) and that is visit foreign countries to report on international news. Only problem is that the journalists are BARRED from entering (and booted out in the case of Tibet) or heavily restricted on what they're allowed to report.

12) Double Standards

Where different standards are applied to groups of people in similar situations.

Consider the two examples:

-The invasion of Tibet by China without the Tibetan’s consent. While exploiting Tibet’s resources, the Tibetans are discriminated against.
-The invasion of China by Japan without the Tibetan’s consent. While exploiting China’s resources, the Chinese are discriminated against.

A reasonable person would suggest that both situations are deplorable, and it should be up to Tibet (or China in the second example) to decide their OWN future.

A pro-China troll would of course suggest that the invasion of Tibet is justified, that the invasion of Tibet was for the Tibetan’s own good because they are stupid and uneducated etc.

Of course, this same troll would express immense outrage at Japan for their atrocities and seeks apologies, vengeance, etc. Who knows, the invasion of China by Japan could have been for China’s own good (I’m using the Pro-China troll’s line of defense), but you won’t get anywhere on this point due to the ChiCom troll’s double standards.

13) Racist

Ties in with claims of bias among Western media. A ChiCom troll would claim that people are anti-China simply because they are racist. While no doubt there are some racists (there are 3 constants in life: death, taxes and racists), that still doesn't justify China's stances and actions.

In fact, this is merely an example of "ad hominem fallacy": where the ChiCom troll attacks the person instead of the person's argument.

14) Might is Right

Where China's actions are justified because they are an economic superpower and can do whatever they want because the rest of the world can't do anything about it.

Needless to say, this is not a proper justification. Otherwise, China would be completely comfortable with present-day Japan performing another Nanking Rape.

15) Repetition

The hope that by spamming a statement endlessly, it can become truth.,IS,and+ALWAYS+WILL+BE+a+part+of+China

Enough said.

I should also add that this exact search term is also constantly being copied and pasted onto forum posts. And it’s obviously a copy-and-paste job DUE TO THE LACK OF SPACING AFTER THE COMMAS WHEN THERE SHOULD BE.

16) Internal Affairs

Where the ChiCom troll claims an issue (such as Tibet) is an internal affair: it only concerns China and Tibet. America and any other country need not apply. A common justification would be that the rest of the world aren't informed about the issue enough and so, are biased and shouldn't be listened to. "It is not our business so we should BUTT OUT" In an era of global markets/trade, politics, and culture/society and the way all those link together, this point is quickly fading into irrelevance.

Of course, the fact that the media and the internet is censored heavily by the Chinese government, and the fact that the Chinese government is very careful in what news comes in and out of the country, doesn't really help us (Chinese and non-Chinese people) from getting more informed about their "internal affairs."

17) Hypocrisy

As in pretty much every internet debate ever, there will always be hypocrites. ChiCom trolls are one of the worst. Some examples include:

-Claiming to care about human rights while supplying weapons to war-torn Sudan in exchange for resources

-After criticizing China on past atrocities, pro-China will use the “You shouldn’t judge present-day China based on Past-China atrocities” defense. However, when the issue is about anything anti-Japan (which is one of the few things that unites the Chinese: their hatred of the Japanese, past, present and future) ChiCom trolls will then judge present-day Japan by past-Japan atrocities (Nanking Rape etc) while using their usual descriptive ad hominems (evil, ruthless, despicable, etc).


Obviously, the best place to look are in news articles with anonymous comment post sections of any news website (local or international) in which the article relates to China in some way, most likely negative. ChiCom Trolls are also very common on YouTube in the comments area. The video of course, would usually relate to China, Japan (nothing unites the Chinese people more than their hatred of the Japanese), Tibet etc.

Sometimes the ChiCom Troll provides a Chinese name (EG. Yang, Zhao, Zhang etc) to go along with their posts. This is a good thing and makes it easier for you. At this point you can just read their posts to determine whether their comments are logical, reasonable and/or fair. Or whether their comments are illogical, too obviously biased and/or aggressive to other viewpoints. If it is the latter, then it's ChiCom Troll argument-destroying time.

What if the ChiCom Troll is anonymous or even has a Western name (EG. Jane and John Smith)?

The first thing to do is to become a spelling/grammar nazi. That's right. Pretend to be an English teacher and analyze their English skills. In the "~MOTIVATIONS/AMBITIONS~" section of this guide, I listed several types of ChiCom trolls. In this case, you should concern yourself with "Chinese people living in China" and "Chinese people living/born in non-China countries".

First, Chinese people living in China. These internet Chinese learned English as their second language. So obviously, their English skills aren't going to be perfect so there will be a fair bit of spelling/grammar mistakes. But, you say, these might not be posts made by Chinese people, they could be Spanish, African, German, even an American with bad English etc people!
That is a fair point. But when those posts start discussing Chairman Mao's policies and China's 1000+ years history in-depth and in great detail, who would care enough to study/know so much about such a thing? Chinese people. Sure, a British person can go to university and study China's history, but to then go on and surf websites on the internet to defend China against all negative views, the chances would be extremely low. Not impossible, just very low probability. It is reasonable to just assume that the person defending China on the internet is a Chinese person. Not that it makes a difference who is defending China. As a responsible citizen of the Internet, you should be finding faults in their illogical arguments on whatever the issue is (not just China) and exposing them.

The next is Chinese people born/living in a non-China country. Since they learned English as their first language, they are less likely to make the same spelling/grammar mistakes as their mainland friends. Even if it's not their first language, they would still be better due to simply living in a majority English-speaking country. HOWEVER, there are still small, subtle and consistent hints in their command of the English language that can reveal them to be Chinese. As they are juggling two (or more) languages (Chinese and English), they can still make some mistakes. A couple of examples:

Correct English: "I am interested to hear what you have to say on this issue"
Foreign ChiCom Troll: "I am interesting to hear what you have to say on this issue"

Note how "interested" becomes "interesting". This could be a one-time mistake by a, for example, white American. But if this occurs several times, then there's a good chance they could be Chinese. If the post message sounds like a very informative summary on anything about China, then you might as well assume the poster is Chinese. Why would a white American care about which dynasties owned which land in olden-day China?

Another example:

Correct English: "Tibet has always been part of China"
Foreign ChiCom Troll: "Tibet has always been part of China"

Notice the lack of "s" in always. A common mistake, ChiCom Trolls will often forget (or did not know) that some words need an "s" at the end.

Correct English: "The police used excessive force against the protestors"
Foreign ChiCom Troll: "The police did not uses excessive force against the protestors"

A combination of the first two examples: a failure to use the suffix "-ed" properly as well as failing to know when to add an "s".

Correct English: "China has made a lot of progress on this matter"
Foreign ChiCom Troll: "China has made a lot of progresses on this matter"

Another boring example (I did say they were subtle): Foreign ChiCom Trolls have some difficulties with plurals and when or when not to apply them.

To sum up, we're not so much concerned with a ChiCom troll's spelling ability. What you should do is read their post in your head. Does it sound weird, stilted and awkward? Then you might be dealing with a ChiCom Troll.


We fight back against extremist Muslims on the internet because we disapprove of their women-oppressing culture, excessive pushing of moral values to the point of not being able to do anything fun, their violent reactions to anything that is remotely offensive, and the big one, Sharia Law which covers the aforementioned and more backwards traditions.

We fight back against religion in general on the internet (including recently, scientology), because we disapprove of the above, as well as the pushing of fictional fairy tales (The Bible and creationism) into the classroom, their insistence of having an imaginary friend (god) instead of making friends will real life humans, their flawed concept of being a kind and caring person to gain access to heaven (which is also fiction) instead of being a kind and caring person for the sake of being kind and caring, not to mention constantly being in the way of science.

We fight back against America on the internet because we disapprove of their foreign policy which puts its finger in every country, their circus of a democracy when in reality, it is a corporatocracy where the highest "donating" private companies have more say in the political process than the average citizen, and we disapprove of their constant hypocritical trumpeting of "freedom" and "democracy" when America's foreign policy history proves otherwise.

Similarly we must fight back against Pro-Chinese Communist Party goons and China in general. This is the main reason why:

-The suppression of dissenting opinions and freedom of speech-

"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."

We hold dear to our hearts, the concept of freedom of speech. That of course includes allowing people to voice opinions that OPPOSE us. Even from ChiCom trolls. The ChiCom government effectively locks down one side of the argument and even punish them for it. This also links to mass-censorship or a Chinese Government monopoly on information. I have yet to hear any Pro-China troll offer a sufficient reason to justify censorship and the suppression of freedom of speech. If information is hard to acquire, then how can one be informed? If criticizing the Government or forming an opposition party is illegal, then what exactly can be done to make the current government accountable for their actions?

No. Answer this question instead: Why is censorship/lack of freedom of speech ever preferable to the opposite?


Do not take this document as an anti-China/Chinese tirade. I value my freedom of speech, to be able to criticize (or even praise) the government and not be taken away for reeducation or getting arrested. I value my ability to access information without censorship in place to stop me from getting what I need. I value my Internet, the last bastion of democracy in its truest sense. And I certainly recognize that Chinese people also value those exact same fundamental rights.

I despise the people who would, should they ever come into power, erode the above rights. And I despise the people who support them. If those people are the Chinese Communist Party, then I despise them. If you are Chinese (or anyone for that matter) and you support the removal or restricting of freedom of speech, access to information, and internet/media censorship, THEN I DESPISE YOU. (If you're Chinese, Muslim or American though, then I double-despise you)


23 April 2008 (v1.2) – 1 example added to “5) Nonsensical Comparison” and “12) Double Standards”.
14 April 2008-2 (v1.1) – 2 examples of “5) Nonsensical Comparison” added and the “12) Double Standards” troll tactic was elaborated upon.
14 April 2008 (v1.0) – The guide is completed and uploaded.

Written by "Invisible Sky Magician"

Feel free to distribute this document to anyone and anywhere.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

Genius-level education required to read this blog; 2007 News Wrapup

Thanks to one of my readers for bringing this up.

Go to the Blog Readability Test.

And enter the link to my very first blog post:

The results speak for themselves so if you have the education level of a nigger or chav, I kindly ask you to get the fuck out.

In other news:
-Several Cho-Seung Hui imitations (one of them Finnish) go on copycat killing sprees. None of them can beat Cho's high score.
-Republicans are still hypocritical homosexual homophobes who like to tap their feet at toilet stalls to receive cock.
-British liberals are still bending over backwards for Muslims further cementing the United Kingdom's future as an Islamic state with Sharia Law.
-Pope Palpatine XVI attacks Athiesm for causing "great harm" in a 36 page or so document. May the force not be with him.
-China is still making shitty quality products that can kill. America is still buying shitty quality products from China that can kill to sell locally.
-"The (Japanese) Agriculture Ministry is not in charge of Gundam".
-Burmese Government/Military proves their strength to the world by beating up pacifist monks. Current location/status of monks: Unknown.
-American troop death toll reaches 3000+. Halliburton thanks the deceased troops for helping oil companies increase their profits.
-Rupert Murdoch is still a manipulative bastard by swaying opinion via his media conglomerates. Fox News and The O'Reilly Factor continues to be the highest rating programs.
-Fundamentalist Muslims are still as crazy as before. First it was the Danish cartoons, now it's "Mohammed the Teddy Bear". One thing we learnt from this: The only thing worse than an extremist Muslim is an extremist Muslim NIGGER.
-Vote Ron Paul 2008.

Any other noteworthy news that I missed? Drop in a comment.

Friday, October 5, 2007

The Bible teaches tolerance, compassion, acceptance, morality and peace.

Here's a list of quotes from various versions of the bible that I thought would help those who want to use the bible as moral guidance.

"Kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman who has known man by lying with him. But all the young girls who have not known man ... , keep alive for yourselves."
[Moses, relaying God's orders to his people, Numbers 31:17-18]

"When Yahweh your god has settled you in the land you're about to occupy, and driven out many infidels before're to cut them down and exterminate them. You're to make no compromise with them or show them any mercy."
[Deut. 7:1 (KJV)]

"But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me."
[Jesus, Luke 19:27]

"Think not that I am come to send peace on earth; I came not to send peace, but a sword."
[Jesus, Matthew 10:34]

"I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and CREATE EVIL:
I the lord do all these things."
[Isaiah 45:7]

"If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them."
[Leviticus 20:13]

"20: And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton, and a drunkard."
"21: And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die:
so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear."
[Deuteronomy 21]

"If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple."
[Luke 14:26]

"She is to be called Woman, because she was taken from Man."
[Genesis 2]

To the woman he said: 'I shall give you intense pain in childbearing, you will give birth to your children in pain. Your yearning will be for your husband, and he will dominate you."
[Genesis 3]

"God said to Noah, 'I have decided that the end has come for all living things, for the earth is full of lawlessness because of human beings. So I am now about to destroy them and the earth."
[Genesis 6]

"They had not gone to bed when the house was surrounded by the townspeople, the men of Sodom both young and old, all the people without exception. Calling out to Lot they said, 'Where are the men who came to you tonight? Send them out to us so that we can have intercourse with them.' Lot came out to them at the door and, having shut the door behind him, said, 'Please, brothers, do not be wicked. Look, I have two daughters who are virgins. I am ready to send them out to you, for you to treat as you please, but do nothing to these men since they are now under the protection of my roof."
[Genesis 19]

"And at midnight Yahweh struck down all the first-born in Egypt from the first-born of Pharaoh, heir to his throne, to the first-born of the prisoner in the dungeon, and the first-born of all the livestock. Pharaoh and all his officials and all the Egyptians got up in the night, and there was a great wailing in Egypt, for there was not a house without its dead."
[Exodus 12]

"If a man seduces a virgin who is not engaged to be married, he will pay her bride-price and make her his wife. If her father absolutely refuses to let him have her, he will pay a sum equivalent to the bride-price of a virgin."
[Exodus 22]

"You will not boil a kid in its mother's milk."
[Exodus 23]

"When you offer a cereal offering of dough baked in the oven, the wheaten flour must be prepared either in the form of unleavened cakes mixed with oil, or in the form of unleavened wafers spread with oil. If your offering is a cereal offering cooked on the griddle, the wheaten flour mixed with oil must contain no leaven. You will break it in pieces and pour oil over it. It is a cereal offering. If your offering is a cereal offering cooked in the pan, the wheaten flour must be prepared with oil."
[Leviticus 2]

"All winged insects moving on four feet you will regard as detestable for eating. Of all these winged insects you may eat only the following: those with the sort of legs above their feet which enable them to leap over the ground."
[Leviticus 11]

"Whenever a woman has a discharge and the discharge from her body is of blood, she will remain in a state of menstrual pollution for seven days. Anyone who touches her will be unclean until evening. Anything she lies on in this polluted state will be unclean; anything she sits on will be unclean. If a man goes so far as to sleep with her, he will contract her menstrual pollution and will be unclean for seven days."
[Leviticus 15]

"I am Yahweh. You will not approach and have intercourse with a woman who is in a state of menstrual pollution."
[Leviticus 18]

"You will not practice divination or magic. You will not round off your hair at the edges or trim the edges of your beard. You will not gash your bodies when someone dies, and you will not tattoo yourselves. I am Yahweh. Do not have recourse to the spirits of the dead or to magicians; they will defile you. I, Yahweh, am your God."
[Leviticus 19]

"The man who commits adultery with his neighbor's wife will be put to death, he and the woman. The man who has intercourse with a man in the same way as with a woman: they have done a hateful thing together; they will be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads."
[Leviticus 20]

Moses was enraged with the officers of the army, the commanders of the thousands and commanders of the hundreds, who had come back from this military expedition. He said, 'Why have you spared the life of all the women? They were the very ones who, on Balaam's advice, caused the Israelites to be unfaithful to Yahweh in the affair at Peor: hence the plague which struck Yahweh's community. So kill all the male children and kill all the women who have ever slept with a man; but spare the lives of the young girls who have never slept with a man, and keep them for yourselves."
[Numbers 31]

"When Yahweh your God has brought you into the country which you are going to make your own, many nations will fall before you: Hittites, Girgashirtes, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites, seven nations greater and stronger than yourselves. Yahweh your God will put them at your mercy and you will conquer them. You must put them under the curse of destruction. You must not make any treaty with them or show them any pity. Instead, treat them like this: tear down their altars, smash their standing-stones, cut down their sacred poles and burn their idols. For you are a people consecrated to Yahweh your God; of all the peoples on earth, you have been chosen by Yahweh your God to be his own people."
[Deuteronomy 7]

"You must completely destroy all the places where the nations you dispossess have served their gods, on high mountains, on hills, under any spreading tree; you must tear down their altars, smash their sacred stones, burn their sacred poles, hack to bits the statues of their gods and obliterate their name from that place."
[Deuteronomy 12]

"If a prophet or a dreamer of dreams arises among you, offering you some sign or wonder, and the sign or wonder comes about; and if he then says to you, 'Let us follow other gods (hitherto unknown to you) and serve them,' you must not listen to that prophet's words or to that dreamer's dreams. That prophet or that dreamer of dreams must be put to death,"
[Deuteronomy 13]

"If there is anyone, man or woman, among you in any of the towns given to you by Yahweh your God, who does what is wrong in the eyes of Yahweh your God by violating his covenant, who goes and serves other gods and worships them, or the sun or the moon or any of heaven's array - a thing I have forbidden - and this person is denounced to you: if after careful enquiry it is found true and confirmed that this hateful thing has been done in Israel, you must take the man or woman guilty of this evil deed outside your city gates, and there you must stone that man or woman to death."
[Deuteronomy 17]

"When you advance on a town to attack it, first offer it peace-terms. If it accepts these and opens its gates to you, all the people inside will owe you forced labour and work for you. But if it refuses peace and gives battle, you must besiege it. Yahweh your God having handed it over to you, you will put the whole male population to the sword. But the women, children, livestock and whatever the town contains by way of spoil; you may take for yourselves as booty."
[Deuteronomy 20]

"If a man has a stubborn and rebellious son who will not listen to the voice either of his father or of his mother and, even when they punish him, still will not pay attention to them, his father and mother must take hold of him and bring him out to the elders of his town at the gate of that place. To the elders of his town, they will say, 'This son of ours is stubborn and rebellious and will not listen to us; he is a wastrel and a drunkard.' All his fellow-citizens must then stone him to death."
[Deuteronomy 21]

"You must not wear clothing woven part of wool, part of linen. You must make tassels for the four corners of the cloak in which you wrap yourself."
[Deuteronomy 22]

"If a man marries a woman, has sexual intercourse with her and then, turning against her, taxes her with misconduct and publicly defames her by saying, 'I married this woman and when I had sexual intercourse with her I did not find evidence of her virginity,' the girl's father and mother must take the evidence of her virginity and produce it before the elders of the town, at the gate. But if the accusation that the girl cannot show evidence of virginity is substantiated, she must be taken out, and at the door of her father's house her fellow-citizens must stone her to death for having committed an infamy in Israel by bringing disgrace on her father's family."
[Deuteronomy 22]

"If a virgin is engaged to a man, and another man encounters her in the town and has sexual intercourse with her, you will take them both to the gate of the town in question and stone them to death: the girl, for not having called for help in the town; the man, for having exploited his fellow-citizen's wife."
[Deuteronomy 22]

"If, when two men are fighting, the wife of one intervenes to protect her husband from the other's blows by reaching out and seizing the other by his private parts, you must cut off her hand and show no pity."
[Deuteronomy 25]

"And Jephthah made a vow to Yahweh, 'If you deliver the Ammonites into my grasp, the first thing to come out of the doors of my house to meet me when I return in triumph from fighting the Ammonites shall belong to Yahweh, and I shall sacrifice it as a burnt offering.' As Jephthah returned to his house at Mizpah, his daughter came out to meet him, dancing to the sound of tambourines. She was his only child; apart from her, he had neither son nor daughter. When he saw her, he tore his clothes and exclaimed, 'Oh my daughter, what misery you have brought upon me! You have joined those who bring misery into my life! I have made a promise before Yahweh which I cannot retract.' When the two months were over she went back to her father, and he treated her as the vow that he had uttered bound him."
[Judges 11]

"This is what Yahweh Sabaoth says, 'I intend to punish what Amalek did to Israel - laying a trap for him on the way as he was coming up from Egypt. Now, go and crush Amalek; put him under the curse of destruction with all that he possesses. Do not spare him, but kill man and woman, babe and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and donkey.' Saul then crushed the Amalekites, beginning at Havilah in the direction of Shur, which is to the east of Egypt. He took Agag king of the Amalekites alive and, executing the curse of destruction, put all the people to the sword. But Saul and the army spared Agag with the best of the sheep and cattle, the fatlings and lambs and all that was good. They did not want to consign these to the curse of destruction; they consigned only what was poor and worthless."
[1 Samuel 15]

"From there he (Elisha) went up to Bethel, and while he was on the road, some small boys came out of the town and jeered at him.’Hurry up, baldy!' they shouted. 'Come on up, baldy!' He turned round and looked at them; and he cursed them in the name of Yahweh. And two bears came out of the forest and savaged forty-two of the boys. From there he went on to Mount Carmel and then returned to Samaria."
[2 Kings 2]

"But, as one of them was felling his beam, the iron axehead fell into the water.’Alas, my lord,' he exclaimed, 'and it was a borrowed one too!' 'Where did it fall?' the man of God asked; and he showed him the spot. Then, cutting a stick, Elisha threw it in at that point and made the iron axehead float. 'Lift it out,' he said; and the man stretched out his hand and took it."
[2 Kings 6]

"The king ordered Hilkiah with the priest next in rank and the guardians of the threshold to remove all the cult objects which had been made for Baal, Asherah and the whole array of heaven; he burnt them outside Jerusalem in the fields of the Kidron and had the ashes taken to Bethel. He exterminated the spurious priests whom the kings of Judah had appointed and who offered sacrifice on the high places, in the towns of Judah and the neighbourhood of Jerusalem; also those who offered sacrifice to Baal, to the sun, the moon, the constellations and the whole array of heaven."
[2 Kings 23]

"By the rivers of Babylon we sat and wept at the memory of Zion. Daughter of Babel, doomed to destruction, a blessing on anyone who treats you as you treated us, a blessing on anyone who seizes your babies and shatters them against a rock!"
[Psalm 137]

"Who was it measured the water of the sea in the hollow of his hand and calculated the heavens to the nearest inch, gauged the dust of the earth to the nearest bushel, weighed the mountains in scales, the hills in a balance? Did you not know, had you not heard? Was it not told you from the beginning? Have you not understood how the earth was set on its foundations? He who sits enthroned above the circle of the earth, the inhabitants of which are like grasshoppers, stretches out the heavens like a cloth, spreads them out like a tent to live in."
[Isaiah 40]

"I, Yahweh, have made all things, I alone spread out the heavens. When I hammered the earth into shape, who was with me? I, who foil the omens of soothsayers and make fools of diviners, who confound sages turning their knowledge into folly."
[Isaiah 44]

"When he (Jesus) reached the territory of the Gadarenes on the other side, two demoniacs came towards him out of the tombs - they were so dangerously violent that nobody could use that path. Suddenly they shouted, 'What do you want with us, Son of God? Have you come here to torture us before the time?' Now some distance away there was a large herd of pigs feeding, and the devils pleaded with Jesus, 'If you drive us out, send us into the herd of pigs.' And he said to them, 'Go then,' and they came out and made for the pigs; and at that the whole herd charged down the cliff into the lake and perished in the water. The herdsmen ran off and made for the city, where they told the whole story, including what had happened to the demoniacs."
[Matthew 8]

"In truth I tell you, before this generation has passed away, all these things will have taken place."
[Matthew 24]

"For in those days before the Flood people were eating, drinking, taking wives, taking husbands, right up to the day Noah went into the ark, and they suspected nothing till the Flood came and swept them all away."
[Matthew 24]

"Next day as they were leaving Bethany, he (Jesus) felt hungry. Seeing a fig tree in leaf some distance away, he went to see if he could find any fruit on it, but when he came up to it he found nothing but leaves; for it was not the season for figs. And he addressed the fig tree, 'May no one ever eat fruit from you again.' Next morning, as they passed by, they saw the fig tree withered to the roots. Peter remembered. 'Look, Rabbi,' he said to Jesus, 'the fig tree that you cursed has withered away."
[Mark 11]

"I tell you truly, there are some standing here who will not taste death before they see the kingdom of God."
[Luke 9]

"Think of the ravens. They do not sow or reap; they have no storehouses and no barns; yet God feeds them."
[Luke 12]

"The rich man also died and was buried. In his torment in Hades he looked up and saw Abraham a long way off with Lazarus in his embrace. So he cried out, 'Father Abraham, pity me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, for I am in agony in these flames.' Abraham said, 'My son, remember that during your life you had your fill of good things, just as Lazarus his fill of bad. Now he is being comforted here while you are in agony."
[Luke 16]

"Well then; it was through one man that sin came into the world, and through sin death, and thus death has spread through the whole human race because everyone has sinned. (Paul is not aware that Adam did not exist. Nor is he aware that we evolved from creatures who had been living and dying for millions of years.) Romans 13 Everyone is to obey the governing authorities, because there is no authority except from God and so whatever authorities exist have been appointed by God."
[Romans 5]

"Keep away from sexual immorality. All other sins that people may commit are done outside the body; but the sexually immoral person sins against his own body. Do you not realize that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you and whom you received from God? You are not your own property, then; you have been bought at a price. So use your body for the glory of God."
[1 Corinthians 6]

"To the unmarried and to widows I say: it is good for them to stay as they are, like me. But if they cannot exercise self-control, let them marry, since it is better to be married than to be burnt up."
[1 Corinthians 7]

"What I mean, brothers, is that the time has become limited, and from now on, those who have spouses should live as though they had none; Because this world as we know it is passing away."
[1 Corinthians 7]

"On the subject of eating foods dedicated to false gods, we are well aware that none of the false gods exist in reality and that there is no God other than the One."
[1 Corinthians 8]

"But I should like you to understand that the head of every man is Christ, the head of woman is man, and the head of Christ is God. But for a man it is not right to have his head covered, since he is the image of God and reflects God's glory; but woman is the reflection of man's glory. For man did not come from woman; no, woman came from man; nor was man created for the sake of woman, but woman for the sake of man: and this is why it is right for a woman to wear on her head a sign of the authority over her, because of the angels."
[1 Corinthians 11]

"As in all the churches of God's holy people, women are to remain quiet in the assemblies, since they have no permission to speak: theirs is a subordinate part, as the Law itself says. If there is anything they want to know, they should ask their husbands at home: it is shameful for a woman to speak in the assembly."
[1 Corinthians 14]

"Wives should be subject to their husbands as to the Lord, since, as Christ is head of the Church and saves the whole body, so is a husband the head of his wife; and as the Church is subject to Christ, so should wives be to their husbands, in everything."
[Ephesians 5]

"Slaves, be obedient to those who are, according to human reckoning, your masters, with deep respect and sincere loyalty, as you are obedient to Christ: not only when you are under their eye, as if you had only to please human beings, but as slaves of Christ who wholeheartedly do the will of God."
[Ephesians 6]

"During instruction, a woman should be quiet and respectful. I give no permission for a woman to teach or to have authority over a man. A woman ought to be quiet, because Adam was formed first and Eve afterwards, and it was not Adam who was led astray but the woman who was led astray and fell into sin. Nevertheless, she will be saved by child-bearing, provided she lives a sensible life and is constant in faith and love and holiness."
[1 Timothy 2]

"Similarly, older women should behave as befits religious people, with no scandal-mongering and no addiction to wine - they must be the teachers of right behaviour and show younger women how they should love their husbands and love their children, how they must be sensible and chaste, and how to work in their homes, and be gentle, and obey their husbands, so that the message of God is not disgraced."
[Titus 2]

"Slaves, you should obey your masters respectfully, not only those who are kind and reasonable but also those who are difficult to please. You see, there is merit if, in awareness of God, you put up with the pains of undeserved punishment; but what glory is there in putting up with a beating after you have done something wrong? The merit in the sight of God is in putting up with it patiently when you are punished for doing your duty."
[1 Peter 2]

"In the same way, husbands must always treat their wives with consideration in their life together, respecting a woman as one who, though she may be the weaker partner, is equally an heir to the generous gift of life."
[1 Peter 3]

"As soon as the dragon found himself hurled down to the earth, he sprang in pursuit of the woman, the mother of the male child, but she was given a pair of the great eagle's wings to fly away from the serpent into the desert, to the place where she was to be looked after for a time, two times and half a time. So the serpent vomited water from his mouth, like a river, after the woman, to sweep her away in the current, but the earth came to her rescue; it opened its mouth and swallowed the river spewed from the dragon's mouth."
[Revelation 12]

"The woman was dressed in purple and scarlet and glittered with gold and jewels and pearls, and she was holding a gold wine cup filled with the disgusting filth of her prostitution; But the ten horns and the beast will turn against the prostitute, and tear off her clothes and leave her stark naked; then they will eat her flesh and burn the remains in the fire."
[Revelation 17]

"But the legacy for cowards, for those who break their word, or worship obscenities, for murderers and the sexually immoral, and for sorcerers, worshippers of false gods or any other sort of liars, is the second death in the burning lake of sulphur."
[Revelation 21]

And now for a list of contradictions. Forgive me if some parts repeat themselves. It's been a long day.

Contradiction #1:
In Matthew 27:5, Judas threw down the pieces of silver in the temple, he departed and he went and hanged himself.
But in the Acts of the Apostles 1:18, Judas kept the silver and purchased a field with it; he went into it and falling headlong, he burst open and all his bowels gushed out.
That is a contradiction. Did Judas throw down the money in the temple, or did he purchase a field with it? He cannot have done both. He cannot have both hanged himself and threw himself face down into a field and exploded. One account MUST be false (or both are). Which one should you believe? Why should you be placed in this position of having to choose between scriptures as to which one is true and which one is false? Who purchased the field? Judas or the priests? Both of these stories cannot be true at the same time. This one example leads to the honest and inescapable conclusion that the bible is not wholly true and consistent-- that it is flawed.

Contradiction #2:
Does God change his mind?
Malachi 3:6 "For I am the Lord; I change not."
Numbers 23:19 "God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent."
Ezekiel 24:14 "I the Lord have spoken it: it shall come to pass, and I will do it; I will not go back, neither will I spare, neither will I repent."
James 1:17 “. . . the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning."
Exodus 32:14 "And the Lord repented of the evil which he thought to do unto his people."
Jonah 3:10 ". . . and God repented of the evil, that he had said that he would do unto them; and he did it not."
Jeremiah 15:6 “Thou hast forsaken me, saith the Lord, thou art gone backward: therefore will I stretch out my hand against thee, and destroy thee; I am weary of repenting."
Of course, the most spectacular instance of God flip-flopping on an issue is when He changed His mind about creation, and killed every man, woman, child and animal on the planet with a Great Flood (with the exception of Noah and his family, of course). If He was all powerful, why didn't He just make the wicked people vanish off the face of the earth, clean and simple? Wasn't He powerful enough to do that? That would have been much more impressive than rain.
Genesis 6:6,7-- "And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth . . . And the Lord said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth . . . for it repenteth me that I have made him."
Didn't He know 'the beginning from the end', as we are led to believe? Did He forget that Humanity would become so utterly evil that all men, women and children, millions of them, needed to be drowned? That's not something you would think He'd miss. But apparently He did. But someone who knows the future CANNOT regret something he did. To regret something is to wish you had not done it. If he regrets something, that means he did not know the future in the first place.
The purpose of the flood was to rid the world of wickedness. Was it successful? Anyway-- does God change his mind or not? If He does, why does the bible say He doesn't? If He doesn't, why does He admit that He does? You can't have it both ways and remain honest with yourself.

Contradiction #3:
Has anyone seen God?
John 1:18 "No man hath seen God at any time."
Exodus 33:20 "Thou canst not see my face: for there shall no man see me, and live."
I John 4:12 "No man hath seen God at any time."
Genesis 32:30 "For I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved."
Exodus 33:11 "And the Lord spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend."
Isaiah 6:1 "In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple."
Job 42:5 "I have heard of thee by the hearing of the ear: but now mine eye seeth thee."
Has anyone seen Him and lived? Or not? It says both. Both statements can't be true.

Contradiction #4 (and #5):
Mark states that Jesus was crucified in the "third hour", (MK 15:25), while John states clearly that Jesus was crucified "about the sixth hour." How can he be crucified in the sixth hour if he had already been crucified three hours earlier? Also, Matthew, in 27:28, states that Jesus had a scarlet robe put on him (the Greek word for scarlet here is kokkinos), while John states, in 19:2-3 that the soldiers dressed him in a purple robe (the greek word for purple here is porphurous).
If you think that these are just differences in opinion or perception, you might want to think again. You are then admitting that the "Word of God" is subject to interpretation.
As Robert Green Ingersoll stated so well:
"The question is, were the authors of these four gospels inspired?
If they were inspired, then the four gospels must be true.
If they are true, they must agree.
The four gospels do not agree."
(About the Holy Bible - 1894).

Contradiction #6:
Who was Moses' father-in-law?
Exodus 3:1 Jethro was the father-in-law of Moses.
Numbers 10:29, Judges 4:11 (KJV) Hobab was the father-in-law of Moses.

Contradiction #7:
Does God tempt people?
James 1:13 "Let no man say I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man."
Genesis 22:1 "And it came to pass after these things, that God did tempt Abraham."

Contradiction #8:
Are we all sinners?
Romans 3:23 "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God."
Romans 3:10 "As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one."
Psalm 14:3 "There is none that doeth good, no, not one."
Job 1:1 "There was a man . . . who name was Job; and that man was perfect and upright."
Genesis 7:1 "And the Lord said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen righteous before me in this generation."
Luke 1:6 "And they were both righteous before God, walking in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord blameless."

Contradiction #9:
"... the earth abideth for ever." -- Ecclesiastes 1:4
"... the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up." -- 2Peter 3:10
Contradiction Number Ten:
Jesus stated that he was the only person to ascend up into heaven, thereby denying all the other biblical ascentions.
"No man hath ascended into heaven but he that descended from heaven, the Son of Man." -- John 3:13
2 Kings 2:11 "And as they still went on and talked, behold, a chariot of fire and horses of fire separated the two of them. And Eli'jah went up by a whirlwind into heaven."
Hebrews 11:5 "By faith Enoch was taken up so that he should not see death; and he was not found, because God had taken him."
2 Corinthians 12:2-4 "I know a man in Christ who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven--whether in the body or out of the body I do not know, God knows. And I know that this man was caught up into Paradise-- and he heard things that cannot be told, which man may not utter."

And here are some blatant errors.

Error #1:
Leviticus 11:20-23 states that there are winged insects that go around on all fours. This is completely false. All insects have six legs.

Error #2:
Leviticus 11:6 states incorrectly that rabbits chew their cud. They do not-- this is wrong. Why didn't God know this? And why would the All Powerful Creator of the Universe really care whether or not people ate rabbits anyway?

Error #3:
In Exodus 17:14, God states quite clearly: "Then the LORD said to Moses, "Write this on a scroll as something to be remembered and make sure that Joshua hears it, because I will completely blot out the memory of Amalek from under heaven." BUT, didn't God just permanently preserve a record of them in the bible? How could the memory of them be blotted out from under heaven?

Error #4:
Isaiah, in 30:26, thinks that someday "the light of the moon will be as the light of the sun". This was written in the days when people thought the moon gave off its own light. It does not. There is no "light of the moon".

Error #5:
Matthew 4:8 states that there is a high mountain from which all the kingdoms of the world can be seen. There is no such thing. (Note: This implies a flat earth.)

God says that if Adam eats from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, then the day that he does so, he will die. But later Adam eats the forbidden fruit (3:6) and yet lives for another 930 years (5:5). 2:17
As a punishment for killing Abel, God says Cain will be "a fugitive and a vagabond." Yet in just a few verses (4:16-17) Cain will settle down, marry, have a son, and build a city. This is not the activity one would expect from a fugitive and a vagabond. 4:12
God promises Abram and his descendants all of the land of Canaan. But both history and the bible (Acts 7:5 and Heb.11:13) show that God's promise to Abram was not fulfilled. 13:15, 15:18, 17:8, 28:13-14
How long was the Egyptian captivity? This verse says 400 years, but Ex.12:40 and Gal.3:17 say 430 years. 15:13
"In the fourth generation they [Abraham's descendants] shall come hither again." But, if we count Abraham, then their return occurred after seven generations: Abraham, Isaac (Gen.21:1-3), Jacob (Gen.25:19-26), Levi (Gen.35:22-23), Kohath (Ex.6:16), Amramn (Ex.6:18), and Moses (Ex.6:20). 15:16
God promises Abram's descendants the land of Canaan from the Nile to the Euphrates. But according to Acts 7:5 and Heb.11:13 God's promise to Abram was not fulfilled. 15:18
God promises to make Isaac's descendents as numerous as "the stars of heaven", which, of course, never happened. The Jews have always been, and will always be, a small minority. 26:4
God renames Jacob twice (32:28, 35:10). God says that Jacob will henceforth be called Israel, but the Bible continues to call him Jacob anyway (47:28-29). And even God himself calls him Jacob in 46:2. 32:28, 35:10
God calls Jacob Jacob, though he said in Gen.32:28 and 35:10 that he would no longer be called Jacob but Israel. 46:2
God promises to bring Jacob safely back from Egypt, but Jacob dies in Egypt (Gen.47:28-29) 46:3
The tribe of Judah will reign "until Shiloh," but Israel's first king (Saul) was from the tribe of Benjamin (Acts 13:21), and most of the time after this prophecy there was no king at all. 49:10
"He washed his garments in wine ... His eyes shall be red with wine."
Did Judah really wash his clothes in wine? Were his eyes bloodshot from drinking too much? Or is this a prophecy of Jesus? (I didn't know Jesus had a drinking problem.) 49:11-12
Contrary to the prophecy in 48:21, Joseph died in Egypt, not Israel. Gen.50:24
God promises to cast out many nations including the Canaanites and the Jebusites. But he was unable to fulfill his promise. 33:2
In this verse God says he will write on the stone tablets, but in 34:27 he tells Moses to do the writing. 34:1
"If there be a prophet among you, I the LORD will ... speak unto him in a dream." Now there's a reliable way to communicate with someone! 12:6
God promises to cast out seven nations including the Amorites, Canaanites, and the Jebusites. But he was unable to fulfill his promise. 7:1
God says that the Israelites will destroy all of the peoples they encounter. But according to Joshua (15:63, 16:10, 17:12-13) and Judges (1:21, 27-36, 3:1-5) there were some people they just couldn't kill. 7:24
Those who do as God says will never be infertile (neither will their cows!) and will never get sick. 7:14-15
Prophets and dreamers are to be executed if they say or dream the wrong things. 13:1-5
False prophets are to be (you guessed it) executed. How do you know who is a false prophet? By whether or not their predictions come true. (Watch out Jehovah's Witnesses!) 18:20
Misquoted in Rom.10:8. 30:14
God promises to "destroy these nations before thee." That he didn't keep his promise see Jos.15:63, 16:10, Jg.1:21, 1:27-36, and 3:1-5. 31:3-6
God promises to give Joshua all of the land that his "foot shall tread upon." He says that none of the people he encounters will be able to resist him. But later we find that God didn't keep his promise, and that many tribes withstood Joshua's attempt to steal their land. 1:3-5
Joshua tells the Israelites that God will "without fail" drive out the Canaanites and the Jebusites. But later, the Bible tells us that he could not drive them out. 3:10
This verse says that Ai was never again occupied after it was destroyed by Joshua. But Nehemiah (7:32) lists it among the cities of Israel at the time of the Babylonian captivity. 8:28
God promised the Israelites that he would drive out all the inhabitants of the lands they pass through. But this verse shows that he didn't keep his promise since he couldn't drive out the Jebusites. 15:63
"And they drave not out the Canaanites." Once again God fails keep his promise to destroy all the people the Israelites encounter. 16:10
The Israelites, contrary to God's promises to them, could not drive out the Canaanites. 17:12-13
Joshua tells Manasseh that he will be able to drive out the Canaanites, but it turns out (see Jg.1:27-28) that he couldn't do it. 17:17-18
According to these verses, God fulfilled his promise to give the Israelites all of the lands that they encountered. But in several places the Bible tells us that these promises were not kept. 21:43-45
God promised many times that he would drive out all the inhabitants of the lands they encountered. But these verses show that God failed to keep his promise since he was unable to drive out the Canaanites. 1:21, 27-30
God promised many times that he would drive out all the inhabitants of the lands they encountered. But these verses show that God failed to keep his promise since he was unable to drive out the Canaanites. 3:1-5
2 Samuel
God says that Solomon's kingdom will last forever. It didn't of course. It was entirely destroyed about 400 years after Solomon's death, never to be rebuilt. 7:13, 16
1 Kings
God puts a "lying spirit" in the mouth of his prophets. 22:22
2 Kings
God promises Josiah that he will have a peaceful death. But Josiah's death was anything but peaceful. (2 Kg.23:29-30, 2 Chr.35:23-24) 22:20
In Jeremiah (34:4) God tells Zedekiah that he will die in peace and be buried with his fathers. But this verse and Jer.52:10-11 say that he died a violent death in a foreign land. 25:7
2 Chronicles
That Solomon was the wisest and richest king to ever live is undoubtedly an exaggeration. Therefore it is also a false prophecy. 1:12
God puts lies into the mouths of his prophets and speaks evil about people. 18:21-22
Josiah died from an arrow wound in battle, not "in peace" as is promised in 2 Kg.22:20. 35:23
Misquoted in Heb.10:5-6. 40:6
Misquoted in Eph.4:8, which says: "Wherefore he saith, When he ascended up on high, he led captivity captive, and gave gifts unto men."
Paul changed the words and meaning of the psalm from "received gifts" to "gave gifts". 68:18
Misquoted in Mt.13:35. 78:2-3
"I have sworn unto David my servant, Thy seed will I establish for ever, and build up thy throne to all generations." But the Davidic line of Kings ended with Zedekiah; there were none during the Babylonian captivity, and there are none today. 89:3-4, 34-37
God told Isaiah to tell Ahaz, the King of Judah, not to be concerned about Rezin (the king of Syria) or Pekah (the king of Israel). But according to 2 Chr.28:5-6 "God delivered him [Ahaz] into the hand of the king of Syria; and they smote him, and carried away a great multitude of them captives, and brought them to Damascus. And he was also delivered into the hand of the king of Israel, who smote him with a great slaughter." 7:3-7
The King James Version mistranslates the Hebrew word "almah", which means "young woman" as "virgin". (The Hebrew word, "bethulah", means "virgin".) In addition, the young woman referred to in this verse was living at the time of the prophecy. And Jesus, of course, was called Jesus -- and is not called Emmanuel in any verse in the New Testament. 7:14
These verses falsely predict that Babylon will never again be inhabited. 13:19-20
Dragons will live in Babylonian palaces and satyrs will dance there. 13:21-22
This verse prophesies that Damascus will be completely destroyed and no longer be inhabited. Yet Damascus has never been completely destroyed and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities. 17:1
The river of Egypt (identified as the Nile in RSV) shall dry up. This has never occurred. 19:5
"The land of Judah shall be a terror unto Egypt." Judah never invaded Egypt and was never a military threat to Egypt. 19:17
This verse predicts that there shall be five cities in Egypt that speak the Canaanite language. But that language was never spoken in Egypt, and it is extinct now. 19:18
These verses predict that the Egyptians will worship the Lord (Yahweh) with sacrifices and offerings. But Judaism has never been an important religion in Egypt. 19:18-21
These verses predict that there will be an alliance between Egypt, Israel, and Assyria. But there has never been any such alliance, and it's unlikely that it ever will since Assyria no longer exists. 19:23-24
"They have ... changed the ordinance. There is a crying for wine in the streets; all joy is darkened, the mirth of the land is gone."
Is this a prophecy about prohibition in the United States? 24:5-11
"The priest and the prophet have erred through strong drink." You can't even trust a drunken prophet anymore. 28:7
Misquoted in Rom.9:33. 28:16
"The light of the moon shall be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun shall be sevenfold." Well, this is one prophecy that will never come true. Since the moon has no light of its own, but only reflects that of the sun, it could never shine like the sun. And the sun will not, at least not while there are humans to see it, shine 7 times as bright as it does now. 30:26
"The host of heaven shall be dissolved ... and ... shall fall down."
The stars will dissolve and fall from the sky. 34:4
"The cormorant and the bittern shall possess it; the owl also and the raven shall dwell in it."
Edom will become a birdwatcher's paradise. 34:11
"Henceforth there shall no more come into thee [Jerusalem] the uncircumcised and the unclean." But many uncircumcised people have visited and occupied Jerusalem after this prophecy was made. 52:1
Nations that do not serve Israel will perish. 60:12
"The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me."
These words were spoken by Isaiah and referred to Isaiah. They were not a prophecy about a future prophet, as Jesus claimed in Luke 4:16-19, where he supposedly read these verses in the synagogue while applying them to himself. 61:1-2
Jeremiah prophesies that all nations of the earth will embrace Judaism. This has not happened. 3:17
Apparently, prophets that preach good news and tidings anger God. So he will kill them. 5:12-13
"The prophets prophesy falsely." 5:31
God will make Jerusalem "a den of dragons." 9:11
Judah will become a desolate den of dragons. 10:22
"The prophets prophesy lies" in God's name. 14:14
God will destroy by famine and sword those who are misled by the prophets, as well as the prophets themselves. 14:15-16
Matthew (1:12) lists Jeconiah as an ancestor of Jesus -- which, according to this prophecy, disqualifies Jesus as the Messiah. 22:28-30
God finds some wicked prophets and priests. Like Jeremiah, maybe? 23:11
God says he is going to punish Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians for what they have done to his people -- even though God Himself is the one who made the Babylonians attack and enslave Judah! As part of the punishment God will take the land of the Babylonians and "make it perpetual desolations." A false prophecy, since present-day Iraq is quite occupied.25:12
God kills Hananiah for prophesying falsely. 28:16-17
God will kill those who refuse listen to his prophets. 29:19
Matthew (2:17-18) quotes this verse, claiming that it was a prophecy of King Herod's alleged slaughter of the children in and around Bethlehem after the birth of Jesus. But this passage refers to the Babylonian captivity, as is clear by reading the next two verses (16 and 17), and, thus, has nothing to do with Herod's massacre. 31:15
Misquoted in Heb.8:9. 31:32
"David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel." But the Davidic line of Kings ended with Zedekiah; there were none during the Babylonian captivity, and there are none today. 33:17
God lies to Zedekiah again by telling him that he will die in peace and be buried with his fathers. But later (2 Kg.25:7 and Jer.52:10-11) he dies a violent death in a foreign land. 34:2, 5
The beginning of the end for Zedekiah. Despite God's earlier assurances (34:5) that he would die peacefully at home, here Zedekiah watches as his children are killed and then has his eyes put out and he is shackled and taken to Babylon. 39:6-7
All those who move to Egypt will die by the sword, famine, or pestilence. None "shall escape from the evil" that comes directly from God. But many, including Jews, have moved to Egypt and most seem to have escaped from God's promised evil. 42:15-18, 22
Jeremiah predicts that humans will never again live in Hazor, but will be replaced by dragons. But people still live there and dragons have never been seen. 49:33
God prophesies that Babylon will never again be inhabited. But it has been inhabited constantly since the prophecy was supposedly made, and is inhabited still today. 50:39
God says that Babylon will be desolate and uninhabited forever. He says that only dragons will live there. But Babylon has been dragon-free and continuously inhabited since then. 51:26, 29, 37, 43, 62, 64
God promised Zedekiah (Jer.34:5) that he would die peacefully and be buried with his fathers. But here we see that he died a miserable death in foreign land. 52:10-11
The "prophets also find no vision from the LORD." 2:9
"Thy prophets have seen vain and foolish things for thee." 2:14
God deceives some of his prophets and then kills them for believing his lies. 14:9
Ezekiel Prophesies (in the 6th century BCE) that Ammonites will not be remembered any more. They continued to exist until the 2nd century CE. (And they are still remembered in the Bible.) 21:28-32
Ezekiel prophesies that Tyrus will be completely destroyed by Nebuchadrezzar and will never be built again. But it wasn't destroyed, as evidenced by the visits to Tyre by Jesus and Paul (Mt.15:21, Mk.7:24, 31, Acts 21:3). 26:14, 21, 27:36, 28:19
Ezekiel prophesies that Israel will reside in their homeland safely and securely, never again to fight neighboring nations. 28:24-26
Ezekiel makes another false prophecy: that Egypt would be uninhabited by humans or animals for forty years after being destroyed by Nebuchadrezzar. But there was never a time when Egypt was uninhabited. Humans and animals have lived there continuously since Ezekiel's prophecy. 29:10-13
"The day ... of the LORD is near, a cloudy day; it shall be the time of the heathen." God plans to wipe out the heathen. When? Soon. Really soon. 30:3
The rivers of Egypt (identified as the Nile in NIV, NASB, and RSV) shall dry up. This has never occurred. 30:12
Ezekiel prophesies God will protect the Israelites from "the heathen". "And they shall be safe in their land." But the Israelites have never lived peacefully with their neighbors, and they've never been safe from attack. 34:28-29
"I was astonished at the vision, but none understood it." (If Daniel couldn't understand his visions, then how could anyone else?) This is the one true prophecy in the book of Daniel: "none understood it." 8:27
"After two days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight." This may be the verse referred to in Luke 18:31-33 and 1 Corinthians 15:3-4. However, Hosea 6:2 refers to the people living at the time (hence "us") who were to be torn up by God and therefore cannot be fulfilled by the the death and resurrection of Jesus. 6:2
The prophet is a fool, the spiritual man is mad." 9:7
"When Israel was a child, then I loved him, and called my son out of Egypt."
Matthew (2:15) claims that the flight of Jesus' family to Egypt is a fulfillment of this verse. But Hosea 11:1 is not a prophecy at all. It is a reference to the Hebrew exodus from Egypt and has nothing to do with Jesus. Matthew tries to hide this fact by quoting only the last part of the verse ("Out of Egypt I have called my son"). 11:1
"The day of the LORD cometh, for it is nigh at hand." 1:15, 2:1, 3:14
Amos tells Amaziah that his wife will become a whore, his children will be killed, and he'll die in a pagan country. There is no evidence in the Bible (or anywhere else) that any of these things occurred. 7:17
God tells Amos that the end has come for the people of Israel. He won't wait any longer to kill them all. 8:2
"They shall no more be pulled up out of their land which I have given them." Despite this promise, the Jews have been continually uprooted and their lives disrupted. Even today, their land ownership falls into question. 9:15
"For the day of the Lord is near upon all the heathen." If so, then it must have come and past, unnoticed, long before the birth of Christ. 15
Jonah prophesies that in forty days Nineveh shall be overthrown. But it didn't happen because God repented (Jonah 3:10).3:4
Watch out for lying prophets that bite (with their teeth). 3:5
"The prophets thereof divine for money." Some things never change. 3:11
"But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting."
The gospel of Matthew (2:5-6) claims that Jesus' birth in Bethlehem fulfils this prophecy. But this is unlikely for two reasons.
i."Bethlehem Ephratah" in Micah 5:2 refers not to a town, but to a clan: the clan of Bethlehem, who was the son of Caleb's second wife, Ephrathah (1 Chr.2:18, 2:50-52, 4:4).
ii.The prophecy (if that is what it is) does not refer to the Messiah, but rather to a military leader, as can be seen from verse 5:6. This leader is supposed to defeat the Assyrians, which, of course, Jesus never did.
It should also be noted that Matthew altered the text of Micah 5:2 by saying: "And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda" rather than "Bethlehem Ephratah" as is said in Micah 5:2. He did this, intentionally no doubt, to make the verse appear to refer to the town of Bethlehem rather than the family clan.5:2
"The day of the LORD is at hand." 1:7
"The great day of the LORD is near." 1:14
"And men shall worship him, every one from his place, even all the isles of the heathen." 2:11
"The cormorant and the bittern shall lodge in the upper lintels of it."
A prophecy for birdwathers. 2:14
In "a little while" God "will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land." 2:6
The gospels (especially Mt.21:4-5 and Jn.12:14-15) claim that Jesus fulfils the prophecy of Zech.9:9. But the next few verses (9:10-13) show that the person referred to in this verse is a military king that would rule "from sea to sea". Since Jesus had neither an army or a kingdom, he could not have fulfilled this prophecy. 9:9
Israel shall never again be oppressed. Another obviously false prophecy; Israel has been occupied many times since the time of Zechariah. 9:8
The river of Egypt (identified as the Nile in NIV, NASB, and RSV) shall dry up. This has never occurred. 10:11
Misquote by Matthew of Zech. 11:12
Matthew (27:9) quotes this verse, but incorrectly attributes it to Jeremiah. 11:12
God plans to expel the prophets and unclean spirits. Sounds like a good plan to me. 13:2
The gospel of Mark claims that John the Baptist fulfilled the prophecy given in Malachi. But the Malachi prophecy says that God will send Elijah before "the great and dreadful day of the LORD" in which the world will be consumed by fire. Yet John the Baptist flatly denied that he was Elijah (Elias) in John 1:21 and the earth was not destroyed after John's appearance. 3:1, 4:1, 5
The prophecy given in Is.7:14 referred not to a virgin but to a young woman, living at the time of the prophecy. And Jesus, of course, was called Jesus -- and is not called Emmanuel in any verse in the New Testament. 1:23
Matthew claims that Jesus' birth in Bethlehem fulfils the prophecy in Micah 5:2. But this is unlikely for two reasons.
"Bethlehem Ephratah" in Micah 5:2 refers not to a town, but to a clan: the clan of Bethlehem, who was the son of Caleb's second wife, Ephrathah (1 Chr.2:18, 2:50-52, 4:4).
The prophecy (if that is what it is) does not refer to the Messiah, but rather to a military leader, as can be seen from Micah 5:6. This leader is supposed to defeat the Assyrians, which, of course, Jesus never did.
It should also be noted that Matthew altered the text of Micah 5:2 by saying: "And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda" rather than "Bethlehem Ephratah" as is said in Micah 5:2. He did this, intentionally no doubt, to make the verse appear to refer to the town of Bethlehem rather than the family clan. 2:5-6
"Out of Egypt I have called my son,"
Matthew claims that the flight of Jesus' family to Egypt is a fulfillment of Hosea 11:1. But Hosea 11:1 is not a prophecy at all, as is clear when the entire verse is quoted ("When Israel was a child, then I loved him, and called my son out of Egypt."). It is a reference to the Hebrew exodus from Egypt and has nothing to do with Jesus. Matthew tries to hide this fact by quoting only the last part of the verse. 2:15
Matthew quotes Jeremiah 31:15, claiming that it was a prophecy of King Herod's alleged slaughter of the children in and around Bethlehem after the birth of Jesus. But this verse refers to the Babylonian captivity, as is clear by reading the next two verses (16 and 17), and, thus, has nothing to do with Herod's massacre. 2:17-18
"He shall be called a Nazarene." Matthew claims this was a fulfillment of prophecy, yet such a prophecy is not found anywhere in the Old Testament. 2:23
The devil correctly quotes scripture (Ps.91:11-12), while Jesus misquotes Deuteronomy by adding "only" to Dt.6:13. 4:6, 10
Families will be torn apart because of Jesus (this is one of the few "prophecies" in the Bible that has actually come true). "Brother shall deliver up the brother to death, and the father the child: and the children shall rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death." 10:21
Jesus tells his disciples that he will return before they can "go over the cities of Israel." Later (24:14) he says he will not come until the gospel is preached throughout the world. Well, his disciples went over the cities of Israel and then died waiting for the "return of the Lord." Now, nearly 2000 years later, and long after the gospel had been preached throughout the world, his followers still wait. 10:23
When Jesus and his disciples are accused of breaking the Sabbath, he excuses himself by referring to a scripture in which priests who "profaned the Sabbath" were blameless. But there is no such passage in the Old Testament. 12:5
Misquote of Ps.78:2-3 13:35
Jesus visits Tyre which according to Ezekiel (26:14, 21; 27:36, 28:19) was not supposed to exist. 15:21
Jesus mistakenly tells his followers that he will return and establish his kingdom within their lifetime. 16:28
This verse claims that Jesus fulfils the prophecy in Zechariah 9:9. But this cannot be since the person referred to in Zechariah (see verses 10-13) was both a military leader and the king of an earthly kingdom. 21:4
Jesus predicts the end of the world within the lifetime of his listeners. 23:36
Jesus says the gospel will be preached to all nations "and then shall the end come. Well according to Paul the gospel has been preached to everyone (Rom.10:18) yet the end hasn't come. 24:14
Jesus is a false prophet, since he predicts that the end of the world will come within the lifetimes of his disciples. The world of course didn't end then, and according to Ec.1:4 it never will end. 24:34
"But all this was done, that the Scriptures of the prophets might be fulfilled." What scriptures? What prophets? There is no such prophecy in the Old Testament. 26:54-46
Jesus falsely prophesies that the high priest would see his second coming. 26:64
This is not a quote from Jeremiah, but a misquote of Zechariah (11:12-13). 27:9
Mark claims that John the Baptist fulfilled the prophecy given in Malachi (3:1, 4:1, 5). But the Malachi prophecy says that God will send Elijah before "the great and dreadful day of the LORD" in which the world will be consumed by fire. Yet John the Baptist flatly denied that he was Elijah (Elias) in John 1:21 and the earth was not destroyed after John's appearance. 1:2
Ezekiel (26:14, 21, 27:36) prophesied that Tyre would be completely destroyed, never to be built again. But it wasn't destroyed and continued to exist, as shown by this verse in which Jesus visits Tyre. 7:24, 31
Jesus falsely prophesies that the end of the world will come within his listeners' lifetimes. 9:1
Jesus shows that he is a false prophet by predicting his return and the end of the world within the lifetime of his listeners. 13:30
Jesus falsely prophesies that the high priest would see his second coming. 14:62
Jesus misquotes Deuteronomy by adding "only" to Dt.6:13. 4:8
"The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me."
These words were spoken by Isaiah and referred to Isaiah. They were not a prophecy about a future prophet, as Jesus claims here, where he supposedly read these verses in the synagogue while applying them to himself. 4:16-20
Jesus falsely predicts that some of his listeners would live to see him return and establish the kingdom of God. 9:27
Jesus prophesies that families will be divided because of him and his teachings. Sadly, this is one prophecy that has been fulfilled. 12:52-53
Jesus says that all that he describes (his return, signs in the sun, moon, and stars, etc.) will occur within the within the lifetime of his listeners. 21:32
Jesus claims that his suffering and death were a fulfillment of prophecy. But there is no such prophecy in the Old Testament. 24:44, 46
Jesus says that "the hour is coming, and now is, when the dead shall hear the voice of the Son of God: and they that hear shall live." 5:25
Jesus claims that Moses wrote about him. Where? It's a shame he didn't give us chapter and verse. 5:46
Jesus says that those who believe in him will, as the scripture says, have living waters flowing out of their bellies. Well that sounds like fun, but there is no such scripture in the Bible. 7:38
Jesus falsely prophesies that "there shall be one fold, and one shepherd." This will never happen as long a Christian beliefs are based on the Bible. 10:16
This verse claims that Jesus fulfils the prophecy in Zechariah 9:9. But this cannot be since the person referred to in Zechariah (see verses 10-13) was both a military leader and the king of an earthly kingdom. 12:15
Verse 33 says that during Jesus' crucifixion, the soldiers didn't break his legs because he was already dead. Verse 36 claims that this fulfilled a prophecy: "Not a bone of him shall be broken." But there is no such prophecy. It is sometimes said that the prophecy appears in Ex.12:46, Num. 9:12 and Ps.34:20. This is not correct. Exodus 12:46 and Num.9:12 are not prophecies, they are commandments. The Israelites are told not to break the bones of the Passover lamb, and this is all it is about. And Psalm 34:20 seems to refer to righteous people in general (see verse 19, where a plural is used), not to make a prophecy about a specific person. 19:33, 36
Jesus implies that he will return to earth during the lifetime of John. 21:22
Peter says that their strange behavior (speaking in tongues, etc.) was to be expected since they were living in "the last days." 2:17
Peter claims that Dt.18:18-19 refers to Jesus, saying that those who refuse to follow him (all non-Christians) must be killed. 3:23
This verse admits that God's promise to Abraham was not fulfilled. (See Gen.12:7, 13:15, 15:18, and 17:8) 7:5
Ezekiel (26:14, 21; 27:36) prophesied that Tyre would be completely destroyed by Nebuchadrezzar, never to be built again. Yet it wasn't destroyed, as is evident from this verse. 12:20
Gen.49:10 says that all of Israel's kings will be from the tribe of Judah, yet we see in this verse that Israel's first king was from the tribe of Benjamin. 13:21
Paul quotes God as saying, "I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will." But no such quote can be found in the Old Testament. (Although 1 Sam.13:14 does refer to David as "a man after his [God's] own heart." And it makes some sense, too, since David was nearly as cruel as the biblical God.) 13:22
In one of the few times that Paul quotes Jesus, he attributes to him words that are not found in the gospels. 20:35
Ezekiel (26:14, 21; 27:36) prophesied that Tyre would be completely destroyed by Nebuchadrezzar, never to be built again. Yet it wasn't destroyed, as is evident from these verses. 21:3-4
These verses claim that Moses and the prophets prophesied that Jesus would suffer and rise from the dead. But in what scripture is such a prophecy made? 26:22-23
Misquote of Is.28:16. 9:33
Paul misquotes Dt.30:14, leaving off the words "that thou mayest do it" and adding "that is, the word of faith which we preach." By doing so he completely changed the meaning of quoted verse (that it is necessary to follow the Law) to support his doctrine of salvation by faith alone. 108:
Paul says that everyone, even in his day, had the gospel preached to them. Even the Native Americans, Asians, Pacific Islanders? In any case, if Paul is right about that, then Jesus is a false prophet, since he said he would return before the gospel was preached to everyone. (Mt.10:23) 10:18
Paul believed that the end of the world was coming soon. "The day is at hand." 13:11-12
Paul believed that Jesus would return and defeat Satan "shortly" -- within his own lifetime. 16:20
1 Corinthians
Paul tells the Corinthians to be good until "the day of our Lord Jesus Christ." (He expected Jesus to return within their lifetimes.) 1:7-8
Paul, like Jesus and the other New Testament writers, expects the end to come soon. "The time is short." So there's no time for sex or marriage since the world will be ending soon. 7:29
Paul says that the end of the world will come during his lifetime. 10:11, 15:51
"Whether there be prophecies, they shall fail."
Paul prophesies that all prophecies will fail. But since this itself is a prophecy, it also will fail (if the prophecy is correct), making it a false prophecy. 13:8
These verses claim that the scriptures prophesied that Jesus would suffer, die, and be resurrected from the dead. But where are the prophecies that are referred to here? Hosea 6:2 perhaps? But this verse refers to the people living at the time (hence "us") and therefore cannot be fulfilled by the the death and resurrection of Jesus. 15:3-4
Misquote of Ps.68:18, which says: "Thou hast ascended on high, thou hast led captivity captive: thou hast received gifts for men."
The words and meaning of the psalm were changed from "received gifts" to "gave gifts". 4:8
Paul tells the Philippians to be good "till the day of Christ." So he must have expected Jesus to return within their lifetimes. 1:10
"The Lord is at hand." Paul thought that the end was near and that Jesus would return soon after he wrote these words. 4:5
1 Thessalonians
Paul expected Jesus to return within the lifetime of his followers. 3:13
Paul thought he would live to see the rapture. 4:15, 17
Paul prays that the Thessalonians will be good until Jesus returns, implying that he expected this to happen within their lifetimes. 5:23
2 Thessalonians
The day of Christ is at hand?>
If Paul wrote this letter (and many scholars think he didn't1), then he is changing his mind about the timing of the Christ's return. The day of the Lord is no longer at hand. In fact it's nowhere near. Many things must happen first: there will be a great "falling away", a "man of sin" will be reveled, and Satan will show off his power by doing all kinds of signs and wonders. 2:2-9
1 Timothy
"Keep this commandment ... until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ."
The author expected Jesus to return within his lifetime. 6:14
The author of Hebrews believed that he was living in the "last days." 1:1-2
Misquote of Jer.31:32 8:9
Jesus sacrificed himself "in the end of the world." 9:26
Misquote of Ps.40:6 10:5-6
The author of Hebrews believed that Jesus would come "in a little while, and will not tarry." 10:37
In Genesis (13:15, 15:18, 17:8) and Exodus (32:13) God promises Abraham and his descendants "the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession." But here Paul admits that God's promise went unfulfilled. 11:9-13
James quotes a scripture that says, "The spirit that dwelleth in us lusteth to envy." But there is no such verse in the Bible. 4:5
James thought that Jesus would return soon. 5:8
1 Peter
Peter believed that he was living in the "last times." 1:5, 7, 20
"The end of all things is at hand." 4:7
2 Peter
"Where is the promise of his coming?"
The author of 2 Peter is aware of the failed expectations of early believers. He knows that Jesus, who was to come soon, didn't come at all. Many have begun to ask, "Where is the promise of his coming?" He tries to cover for Jesus by claiming that "one day with the Lord is as a thousand years." 3:4
1 John
John thinks he is living in "the last times." He "knows" this because he sees so many antichrists around. 2:18, 4:3

After all that, I am delighted to know that this is the same book that the "christian" children of today read and study, so that when they grow up, they can become god's holy warriors like their parents.

I am content.

Are YOU?

Friday, September 21, 2007

Wapanese Pedo Likes Saaya Irie

And a homeless wapanese pedo with a notebook computer at that.


With that out of the way, this is a standard pedo article except for one thing: This pedo is a Wapanese! Also of interest is that the media finally lists some pedo DVD titles which we can search and add to our online shopping cart. So what's hot with the pedos these days?

"Asian girls in various stages of undress" who appeared younger than 12.

"Various stages of undress"? In other words, "Asians girls in various stages of dress". Glass half-empty and glass half-full = SAME SHIT. Nice use of biased words in order to drum in a certain viewpoint there, article writer.

Fortunately, the article lists a few DVD titles including "Saaya Irie Legend 11 years old" and "Pretty Sexy Teens Series"

Saaya Irie?! Old. She's not even 11 anymore. And you got the fukken name wrong. It's "Saaya Irie - Little Legend".

Regardless of whether the Wapanese gets the full 250 years (lulz) or not, I'll just say this: If you don't find Saaya Irie at least attractive, then you are a faggot, a woman, an Asian-hating racist or a closet pedophile.

Her age is irrelevant. (Look but don't touch okay?)

America: Freedom To Beat The Shit Outta You

Now this is funny and depressing at the same time.

Long story short: A father, whose son was killed in Iraq, uses his democratic right to protest and make his anti-war voice heard. The "Gathering of Eagles" (check out their comments here, they're almost as bad as StormFront!), a group of pro-war protesters, uses their democratic right to make their pro-war voices heard.

And to beat the shit outta any anti-war pussy libtards (IE. the aforementioned father).

This is 100% authentic American patriotism and nationalism at work folks!

To those who are tarnishing the freedom-loving image of America: may I kindly suggest that you get a brain.


Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Dont Taser Me Bro!

Isn't America the best country on Earth?

First, it was the college kid of Middle-Eastern appearance who was tasered by the police for not having ID and resisting arrest while in the university library.

Now, it is a white college kid who was tasered by the police (apologies for the "Faux News" link) for... umm. Hmm, he was tasered for... sorry what was he tasered for? Hmmmm. The best I could come up with was that he was arrested for no reason and he was tasered for resisting that senseless arrest.

My conclusions about this event:

1) The twatty kid asked his good and relevant questions in a douchebaggery way, but they were good and relevant questions nonetheless.

2) "He deserved it for being a twat/douchebag", people on the Internets might claim (an all too common occurence). I'll only agree with this statement if the taser shocks are also applied to Bill O'Reilly's genitals. Otherwise, BULLSHIT.

3) Cops are donut-eating pigs.

4) U.S. Constitution: First Amendment - Freedom of Speech? HAH! Keep being sheep, idiots. MORE SECURITY (FROM IMAGINARY ENEMIES), LESS FREEDOM, THANKS!

5) This incident would not have happened to a woman.

6) 99% of the arm-chair generals (IE. basement nerds) on the Internet probably wouldn't have handled the taser any better. Much less ask the tough questions worth asking in RL.

7) Did I mention that cops are pigs?