By Robert G. Ingersoll
The phrases 'blasphemy', 'evil' and 'pagan' have been hurled at Robert Ingersoll via the prepared Christian Church from the instant he made his first announcement from the pulpit. And, inspite of their unanimous rejection, his phrases survive via this day. As proven during this textual content his prose was once terse, biting, slicing and a bit of smug for he felt it was once his function to deliver the sacred scriptures into the glare of a extra lifelike realm. Deemed as being written hundreds of thousands of years after the very fact, he observed the Bible as being not anything greater than an exhaggerated sequence of folks stories that have been passed down by means of a handful of people that, for his or her personal team spirit and value, self-proclaimed themselves as being 'God's selected ones'. whereas Mr. Ingersoll deals no clinical facts that his statements have validity (other than easy good judgment) he asks the questions that experience caused the doubt and anger that religionists have repressed through the centuries. From Galileo even though Darwin through...
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Is there in the whole world an intelligent man or woman who believes this impossible falsehood? Jeremiah contains nothing of importance -- no facts of value; nothing but fault-finding, lamentations, croakings, wailings, curses and promises; nothing but famine and prayer, the prosperity of the wicked, the ruin of the Jews, the captivity and return, and at last Jeremiah, the traitor, in the stocks and in prison. And Lamentations is simply a continuance of the ravings of the same insane pessimist; nothing but dust and sackcloth and ashes, tears and howls, railings and revilings.
He told them to go to Joseph and do as he said. Joseph sold corn to the Egyptians until all their money was gone -- until he had it all. " Joseph let them have corn until all their cattle, their horses and their flocks had been given to him. " So Joseph let them have corn until all their lands were gone. But the famine continued, and so the poor wretches sold themselves, and they became the servants of Pharaoh. Then Joseph gave them seed, and made an agreement with them that they should forever give one fifth of all they raised to Pharaoh.
At first not one of all the books was considered as inspired. The Old Testament was regarded as divine; but the books that now constitute the New Testament were regarded as human productions. We now know that we do not know who wrote the four gospels. The question is, Were the authors of these four gospels inspired? If they were inspired, then the four gospels mast be true. If they are true, they mast agree. The four gospels do not agree. Matthew, Mark and Luke knew nothing of the atonement, nothing of salvation by faith.
About the Holy Bible by Robert G. Ingersoll