The Bizarre Hilarious Disturbing Marvelous Things I Learned When I Read Every Word of the Bible

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25 Responses to “The Bizarre Hilarious Disturbing Marvelous Things I Learned When I Read Every Word of the Bible”

  1. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > reminds me of …
    > reminds me of kalsor uk

    The same thought occurred to me!

  2. By unassumption on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    reminds me of …
    reminds me of kalsor uk

  3. By smpunditz on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Excellent video.
    Excellent video.

  4. By ToddGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > I’ve heard …
    > I’ve heard several people who went to seminary (some that graduated and some that dropped out) that the best way to lose faith in Christianity is to become intimately familiar with the bible and its history.

    As one of the people who reviewed Plotz’s book on amazon wrote, “Plotz lets the Bible speak for itself, which is like letting a sociopath take the witness stand.”

  5. By AutodidacticPhd on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Heh, I’ve heard …
    Heh, I’ve heard several people who went to seminary (some that graduated and some that dropped out) that the best way to loose faith in Christianity is to become intimately familiar with the bible and its history.

  6. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > Very interesting …
    > Very interesting and educational video!

    Thank you!

  7. By Queequel on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Very intresting and …
    Very intresting and educational video! I’m glad to see that there are skeptics/atheists who are a bit less hostile towards christianity.

  8. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > I think on the …
    > I think on the top 10 should be “Misquoting Jesus”.

    Haven’t read that one yet—I’ll check it out.

    > Thanks for the book suggestion

    You’re welcome, and thanks for your suggestion as well!

  9. By SuperFlyNB on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    I think on the top …
    I think on the top 10 should be “Misquoting Jesus”. Thanks for the book suggestion

  10. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > Isaiah 45:7 …
    > Isaiah 45:7 explains it all. If you want to know why God “works in mysterious ways.”

    According to Isaiah 45:7, it’s not all that mysterious – God Himself says He’s a whimsical bastard! (Okay, I’m paraphrasing.)

  11. By gonyea12 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Isaiah 45:7 …
    Isaiah 45:7 explains it all. If you want to know why God “works in mysterious ways.”

  12. By freethinker3161 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    ya i should of …
    ya i should of waited till the end of the video to ask that question. lol. thanks for answering it man, sometimes i jump the gun on my comments.

  13. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > wow is this a …
    > wow is this a book i can find on amazon?

    Yes – I posted a link to it in the description box (I bought my copy–and the two extra copies I bought for friends– at a local bookstore).

    > i should have this as a reference.

    You won’t regret it!

  14. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > I followed his ” …
    > I followed his “Blogging the bible” series on Slate.

    Me too. I had emailed him feedback a few times, so my email got on a distribution list of his – which is how I found out about “Good Book.”

  15. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > Thanks again by …
    > Thanks again by the way for the copy you sent me!

    My pleasure!

  16. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > Very interesting! …
    > Very interesting!

    Thanks!

  17. By freethinker3161 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    wow is this a book …
    wow is this a book i can find on amazon? i should have this as a reference. great work on to part 2

  18. By hugesinker on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    This guys is …
    This guys is shocked? I don’t think he is preparing his bitter water correctly.

  19. By CousinoMacul on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    I followed his ” …
    I followed his “Blogging the bible” series on Slate. It was fun reading.

  20. By kalsolarUK on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Its an excellent …
    Its an excellent book, nice to see a good video review of it. Thanks again by the way for the copy you sent me!

  21. By GMwoogitmaster18 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Very interesting! …
    Very interesting! I watched all 3 segments…I think I’ll look into this series myself! Thanks!

  22. By ChozoBoy on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Agreed, I love it!
    Agreed, I love it!

  23. By ChozoBoy on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    “Vanila pudding …
    “Vanila pudding versions”? Vanilla has a flavor, too!

  24. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    >Oh, for a minute I …
    >Oh, for a minute I thought you were going to say a great book for a skeptic to read to become more skeptical was “The Bible”.

    Well, I said “Good Book” deserves to be in the Top 10 list—the Bible remains #1!

  25. By ToddAllenGates on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    > Mr. Plotz gets …
    > Mr. Plotz gets the Edacious Reader Award for Best Title EVER!

    He gets my vote!

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