Riding Some Wild Tangents
A collection of "wild tangents" of an atheist, anti-theist, anti-religionist. Some humor in life, but mostly religious criticism. More
From my Foreword...
First and foremost, as the title suggests, these are literally "wild tangents" my mind often takes, and I just ride along, spewing out whatsoever comes into this sick mind of mine. Basically, you could look at this book as a collection of blogs. However, I do not blog. I tend to write my "wild tangents" into TXT files, accumulating a large amount. In fact, I still searching through all of them from the past 50 years. You might also say some are just the rantings of an atheist, anti-theist, anti-religionist. Most tend to be fun and funny, at least to me they are. Absolutists tend to find them offensive.
FOREWARNING: If you are a DEVOUTLY religious person, who is offended by "atheist" viewpoints, then this book is definitely NOT for you. I do intentionally state some rather offensive arguments against ALL religions, especially Christianity since it is the one I am most familiar with. And, the only reason I do so is because I have found religion, ANY religion, to be the most offensive, disgusting, harmful, and abusive ideology to ever come to be. The most offensive problem I had growing up was the methods the Baptist Bible Belt Christians (especially in North Carolina) used to force religion onto me as a child. And it was not just me. If it had not been for my father (who did not give a damn either way), I would have succumbed until I sounded as idiotic as you damned Absolutists. And you Absolutists only have yourselves to blame. However, if you have the balls, continue reading. Your eyes may be opened.
If you find "cursing" offensive, whether religious or not, then perhaps you should not read this document. In other words, I definitely do NOT practice this Bible verse: Colossians 3:8 -- But now ye also put off all these; anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, FILTHY COMMUNICATION OUT OF YOUR MOUTH... However, keep reading and you may yet discover why.