Friday, July 27, 2007

The True Christians

Max Blumenthal shows us True Christianity.

[Update: It appears that some progressive and moderate Christians are taking the right-wing extremists seriously and mounting a substantial challenge. 28 Jul 07]


  1. For "end timers", the Book of Revelation isn't prophecy; it's an eschatological instruction manual.

    It sometimes boggles my mind that grownups believe this type of nonsense. I mean, I think I can understand it...but then I just don't understand it.

  2. Indeed. This is not some weird but fundamentally "spirituality", this is cold, hard, start a nuclear war reality.

  3. And they will, unless the relatively few sane folk left on your side of the pond get your act together and stop them.

    The thing about "born-again" people is that you wish they had never been born the first time!


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