Yes, evilbible.com had its fun, had its say and now has given up the ghost.
Large portions of evilbible.com have been considered, dissected and declared fallacious on very many levels.
Two examples of this fact are as follows:
Whilst besmirching the Bible for allegedly commanding rape evilbible.com, for some odd reason, neglects to mention the most relevant biblical text related to the biblical view of and law about rape. Why this omission? Who knows, but it would certainly have gotten in the way of a good session of emotive expression of prejudice—it would have discredited evilbible.com to reference this most important text. Indeed, those annoying little facts have an annoying way of getting in the way of good fallacious assertions.
Whilst besmirching the Bible for allegedly commanding human sacrifice evilbible.com, for some odd reason, neglects to mention that the Bible does not command but condemns human sacrifice. Evilbible.com, for some odd reason, neglects to mention that when the Bible reports that human sacrifices did take place they were carried out by Gentile Pagans who were not worshiping the God of the Bible but various false gods. When “Jews” were performing human sacrifices it was only when they turned away from the God of the Bible and joined Gentile Pagans in worshiping various false gods. Yet, in typical militant activist atheist fashion, evilbible.com does not condemn Gentile Pagans but only condemns the Jews.
Evilbible.com also played a part in the post History of Atheism wherein they are quoted to the effect that atheists who define “atheism” as merely a “lack of belief in god(s)” are a “few morons” who are “so damn stupid” for defining atheism as such.
The Impossibility of God, Part I: Prolegomena
The Impossibility of God, Part II: The Description of God
The EvilBible.com Project, Part 1 - Murder in the Bible
The EvilBible.com Project, Part 2 - Top Ten Signs
EvilBible.com Project, Part 3 - Synthetic Life
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