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The Bible That Borrows Part 2: The Babylonian Bible

I was six years old and living in the drab, grayish-brown desert outside of El Paso, Texas.

One Sunday, a family from church kindly invited us to their house for lunch. 4,941 more words


Chaos, Cosmos, and Chaosmos. 1- Chaos.

When at last I had disabused my mind of the enormous imposture of a design, an object, and an end, a purpose, or a system, I began to see dimly how much more grandeur, beauty, and hope there is in a divine chaos -not chaos in the sense of disorder or confusion but simply the absence of order- than there is in a universe made by a pattern, this draught-board universe my mind had laid out: this machine made world and and piece of mechanism; what a petty despicable microcosmos I had substituted for the reality.” … 1,413 more words


Who is Jesus, really?: the historical long view

Jesus of Nazareth was an unlikely person to emerge as a globally recognized figure. Born to migrant among animals to migrant peasants under a Roman occupation, he social standing did not exactly demand international attention over the course of two millennia. 607 more words

Jesus As A Community Organizer

Tiamat and The Deep

Several years ago, I was introduced to what’s called “Ancient Near East Literature”. This term covers a wide variety of documents from the ancient Mesopotamian region that discuss various stories of the ancient gods, creation stories, flood narratives, and the like. 935 more words

Haftarat Bereishit—Isaiah: A Reason to Exist

Every week of the year has its own Torah portion (a reading from the first five books of the Bible) and its own haftarah (an accompanying reading from the books of the prophets). 1,478 more words
Torah Portion

Second Isaiah and the Gods of Babylon

He is a proponent of the incomparability of God and the nothingness of alternative deities. He is a fierce advocate, a committed dreamer who brooks no rivals for the dream of Adonai bringing water in the desert. 331 more words

Second Isaiah

A Corrente Anticósmica 218

Fonte: http://www.mortesubitainc.org/satanismo/textos-satanicos/a-corrente-anticosmica-218


Interessado em satanismo? Conheça Lex Satanicus, O Manual do Satanista

As bases da Corrente 218 firmam se originalmente nos mitos sumérios contidos no poema épico Enuma Elish escrito há mais de 3000 anos. 1,875 more words