David Madison – Quotes

Knockout Quote No 402, Madison, A world religion is a cult that grabbed major market share
Knockout Quote No 511, Madison, If only Christians could read the gospels and wise up that they’ve been conned

CCCQ No 505, Madison, It seems, instead, that God had been giving his Omnipotent Finger to humanity

Knockout Quote No 504, Madison, Don’t Christians ever stop to think that, just maybe, Jesus got the message wrong?
Knockout Quote No 502, Madison, Jesus and Paul were among those who fell hard for so much of the strange new revenge-reward theology
Knockout Quote No 499, Madison, How ironic that the Christian religion itself shows no evidence whatever of being intelligently designed
Knockout Quote No 498, Madison, What a sorry state of affairs that Christian theology sank to these lows
Knockout Quote No 497, Madison, The theologians who came up with this idea discovered the formula for terrorizing people
Knockout Quote No 496, Madison, Unbeknown to most of the folks in the pews, the New Testament is a minefield

CCCQ No 488, Tarico, So few humans are embarrassed to assign to divinity the attributes of a male alpha primate

Knockout Quote No 495, Madison, As an exercise to shock Christians out of faith-complacency
Knockout Quote No 518, Madison, If you believe this, eat that, drink something else, you’ll get eternal life
Knockout Quote No 516, Madison, When I was a kid, growing up in a rural Indiana church, we all went to kneel at the front of the sanctuar
Knockout Quote No 418, Madison, So what is the life expectancy of ole Yahweh’s vast data dump
Knockout Quote No 489, Madison, The gospel writers were story-inventors, they created episodes to advance their theological agendas
Knockout Quote No 487, Madison, Fess up, the gospel writers have indulged their weakness for magical thinking
Knockout Quote No 482, Madison, It’s too bad J. K. Rowling didn’t write the gospels
Knockout Quote No 416, Madison, Children ascribe personalities to their teddy bears and talk to them
Knockout Quote No 400, Madison, “It’s all part of God’s plan” wears thin
Knockout Quote No 398, Madison,This vindictive version of Christian piety can be traced directly to the words of Jesus and the apostle Pau
Knockout Quote No 393, Madison,Theology was longwinded on what God was like, but short of breath on epistemology
Knockout Quote No 383, Madison, Nearly Headless Nick and Moaning Myrtle
Knockout Quote No 480, Madison, But Paul does his best to keep the wrathful god alive and hovering over hapless humans
Knockout Quote No 473, Madison, That once-upon-a-time ‘inspired’ Bible is gone.
Knockout Quote No 472, Madison, God’s job performance was well below par on his inspire-the-Bible days
Knockout Quote No 377, Madison, Most Christians have ditched Adam and Eve
Knockout Quote No 373, Madison, The apostle Paul was pretty far down the rabbit hole of delusional theology
Knockout Quote No 370,Madison, The marching orders to apologists from all ecclesiastical authorities
Knockout Quote No 357, Madison, The Virgin Mary Appears on Toast Seriously?
Knockout Quote No 471, Madison, If Christians actually buy it, our suspicion is confirmed that they aren’t all that curious
Knockout Quote No 469, Madison, Why should anyone outside the faith in-groups trust their claims?
Knockout Quote No 467, Madison,You know who should write a Bible commentary? How about God himself?
Knockout Quote No 348, Madison, Even on Facebook, devout folks muster prayer marathons
Knockout Quote No 332, Madison, One of Richard Carrier’s more acerbic descriptions of Jesus
Knockout Quote No 319, Madison, A creator god—perhaps as in, May the Force Be with You—leaves you with an undefined
Knockout Quote No 317, Madison, Whatever you believe about your god—well, it took thousands of years of theological squabbling
Knockout Quote No 464, Madison, Religious quacks, shrewd theologians of all persuasions, have been selling a product they don’t have
Knockout Quote No 295, Madison, But Paul had no clue that this drags theology down with magical thinking
Knockout Quote No 294, Madison, Eventually a great kaleidoscope of pagan beliefs invaded Jewish thought
Knockout Quote No 258, Madison,The Bible misses the mark as reliable history, and isn’t all that great morally or spiritually
Knockout Quote No 252, Madison, There is no such thing as a holy man This is part of the bamboozle
Knockout Quote No 238, Madison, Those who want to adore Mary will not find an ally in Paul
Knockout Quote No 237, Madison, Paul was an obsessive-compulsive mediocre thinker and bad theologian
Knockout Quote No 457, Madison, Yes, it was cool that a disabled man was lowered through the roof to meet Jesus
Knockout Quote No 236, Madison, Matthew insults our intelligence in the first chapter of his gospel
Knockout Quote No 233, Madison, The apostle Paul was a crank, the most fitting label is Delusional Cult Fanatic
Knockout Quote No 229, Madison, Once upon a time, Christianity was inventing by cobbling together spare parts
Knockout Quote No 450, Madison, Christian theologians know full well that the Bible is more of a curse
Knockout Quote No 446, Madison, The eternal life gimmick fueled Christianity from the very beginning
Knockout Quote No 442, Madison, How foolish, how gullible, to grant Word-of-God status to stuff that tumbled out of somebody’s imagination
Knockout Quote No 440, Madison, Jesus takes his place alongside Harry, Hermione and Ron as alumni of Hogwarts
Knockout Quote No 439, Madison, Please go through the Bible, line by line, and mark the verses that can be ruled out as Word of God
Knockout Quote No 437, Madison, I have zero awe and wonder for the absurd deity
Knockout Quote No 436, Madison, It’s too bad that all the awe and wonder aimed at God degrade into silliness
Knockout Quote No 435, Madison, If you accept the Jesus of Mark’s gospel, you are well on the way to full-throttle crazy religion
Knockout Quote No 433, Madison, Cosmologists know that “God did it” is a non-answer
Knockout Quote No 432, Madison, One of the utterly useless statements in the Sermon of the Mount
Knockout Quote No 431, Madison, God must have wanted more angels
Knockout Quote No 429, Madison, If only the apostle Paul’s zeal had been directed toward something more beneficial to humankind
Knockout Quote No 423, Madison, I Belong to Jesus
Knockout Quote No 418, Madison, So what is the life expectancy of ole Yahweh’s vast data dump
Knockout Quote No 416, Madison, Children ascribe personalities to their teddy bears and talk to them
Knockout Quote No 229, Madison, Once upon a time, Christianity was inventing by cobbling together spare parts
Knockout Quote No 400, Madison, “It’s all part of God’s plan” wears thin