Reported: The Bible IS False, No Truth To The Fables Inside
In a stunning victory for agnostics and atheists and other rational thinking people in the world, Israel’s top newspaper, Haaretz, releases a bombshell report declaring that the Bible is false. Yes, you read it here last, false. And there is NO evidence for the biblical account of creation (hence, our use of the lower-case “b”). This corpus of educated opinion is a slap in the face to the christian elite who are continually compelled by their dying faith to resist the truths that are being uncovered, and, instead, market their deceitful brand of religious propaganda in the hopes of keeping the blind, uninformed masses returning Sunday after Sunday – where their hard earned donation dollars are put to “great” use in opulant renovations of churches, lavish lifestyles for the religious elite, and robust pay checks for the clergy.
The report titled, “Is the Bible a True Story?” has been published by Haaretz, a highly respected newspaper in Israel, and is enraging the faithful Christians around the world. “Is the Bible a True Story?” declares it NOT to be true.
The report backs up what common sense, rational thinking biblical minimalists have long known, evidence is scant or nonexistent:
- No walls of Jericho have been found. Still today, this huge wall remains elusive despite continued searching with a bible in one hand and cutting-technology in the other.
- No evidence for the bibical account of creation. Not a shred of evidence has been found to prove the truthfulness for the events described in the book of genesis.
- That stone palace uncovered at the foot of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem might attest that King David had been there; or it might belong to another era entirely, depending on who you ask.
Ultimately, the report finds that “the Bible does not reflect historical truths”:
Meanwhile, The Trumpet, a religious magazine designed to bolster religious myths, is attempting to discredit Haaretz, by claiming the newspaper article is a one man “hit job” against Jesus. Their untrustworthy reporting is backfiring, however. As more and more Americans are loosening the grip organized religion is having on their short lives, and on morality and religious doctrine. Thoughtful criticisms of classic bible passages are popping up in the most unlikely places, such as on Wikipedia. And LizziesAnswers on YouTube debunks the top 5 accounts Christians believe about the bible.
Offering more rational support for refuting biblical truths, a Gallup poll conducted last May reports:
- Fewer than one in four Americans (24%) now believe the Bible is “the actual word of God, and is to be taken literally, word for word,” similar to the 26% who view it as “a book of fables, legends, history and moral precepts recorded by man.” This is the first time in Gallup’s four-decade trend that biblical literalism has not surpassed biblical skepticism. Meanwhile, about half of Americans — a proportion largely unchanged over the years — fall in the middle, saying the Bible is the inspired word of God but that not all of it should be taken literally.
Bottom line: The Bible is false, and “does not reflect historical truths.” But while it’s historical truth remains elusive, it does continue to provide some meaningful and relevant guidance for how to treat others with compassion, kindness, respect, and love.