Tag Archives: paganism

Don’t Put Your Religion On Me!

  People do not want to be forced to participate in other people’s religions.  Fair enough, until you define religion.  Everyone is religious.  Religion is just a determination of what is right and wrong in the way someone conducts themselves.  Religion is what you do when no one else is looking.  It deals with moral […]

One Hour Video – The Influence Of Secret Societies On America. Goal? Get Rid Of God, Family, Tradition & Individuality! See It Happening Yet?

  Secret Societies – Their Influence On America!   This is a primer for people who care about America, and want to preserve their liberty.  If America falls, the world falls! Feel Free To Pass On Any Posts – Pen Pensamiento Peligroso writes the truth as he sees it, and if it upsets you, then it […]

4 Minute Video – Are There Other Gospels? Are The Gnostic Gospels Real?

  What is the historical record?  Do the Gnostic Gospels have any validity?  See link below: Are There Other Gospels – Like The Gnostic Gospels? – Pen Pensamiento Peligroso writes the truth as he sees it, and if it upsets you, then it makes you think!

Apologetics – Can You Defend What You Know And/Or Believe?

  You’ve heard the expression “Opinions are like A _ _ holes, everyone’s got one.”  So, are you any different?  No, of course not, nor am I.  So, what validates one opinion over another?  If you’re into ascetics or philosophy, then probably nothing.  On the other hand, if you’re into politics, history, science, theology, and […]

What Does It Mean To Be Green?

  As opposed to my defining “Green”, let’s allow the adherents to define it, and when you read what they say, you will see that Environmentalism is the new state religion, “green” is the new adherent, Gaia is the new state god, scientists are the new state gurus and state control of people is the old mantra. […]

Religion – What Is It? What Is It Good For?

  There are at least three components required in order to have a religion.  First, there must be an object of the religion.  The object may be invisible, or visible, ideological or real, animate, or inanimate.  Secondly, there must be collective action around the object with certain common agreements.  Thirdly, there must be a belief […]