Abolishing Sins Is a Piece of Cake

Snapping his finger

Would be so easy for him

To rid all our sins


I’ve always been told that God is omnipotent – that he is able to do anything! Then why does he make it so complicated to forgive our sins or to design humans so they never sin? Snapping his finger is so much simpler than making his son suffer and die on the cross because we sin. It would be a piece of cake for him.

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Be a Unicorn In a Field of Asses

Unicorns are real

As written in the Bible

And talking asses

Psalm 92:10, Numbers 22:21-39,

Unicorns are found in the King James Version of the Bible, nine times to be precise (Psalm 92:10 is one example). This was because of a mistranslation from the Greek Septuagint. This has been corrected in most modern translations but for some odd reason, the KJV persists in keeping it there. A talking donkey (ass), however, is not a mistranslation and is found in Numbers 22:21-39. And let’s not forget about the talking serpent (Genesis 3:1)!

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Keeping It Reel

God inspired men

Illiterate fishermen

Inerrant Bible

Acts 4:13, Inerrancy of the Bible

Augustine said that “…the authors [of scripture] were completely free from error.” Many Christians today believe that to be so but some reject that the Bible is inerrant. This adds to my confusion, of course. God inspired men and Jesus chose uneducated, illiterate fishermen to follow him (Acts 4:13). However, the authors of the Gospels were highly educated, Greek men. Most Christian Apologists will say that the Bible is inerrant only in the original autographs (manuscripts) which do not exist. If Jesus were around when the New Testament was written, I believe that he would have corrected the errors.

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Eve Takes a Ribbing From God

A tree that gives one

Knowledge of good and evil

Is full of serpents

Genesis 3:1-24, Original Sin

God made his first humans without brains? Or at least not knowing the difference between good and evil? How was Eve to know that the serpent was tempting her into doing something evil that will become the doctrine of Original Sin and the destruction of mankind? As it turns out, the serpent must have already eaten the fruit from the tree of knowledge because it was smart enough to get Eve to do the same.

Judging the Sinless

He cleanses our sins

To assure our salvation

Until judgment day

John 3:16, Revelation 1:5, John 5:26-29, 1 Corinthians 3:8, Mark 3:28-29

God does not like sinners and allowed his Son to be sacrificed on the cross to pay for all who sin (Revelation 1:5). Well, at least for those who were believers (John 3:16) making that a condition of being saved. I was always told that my sins were abolished by this act of kindness. So, if my sins are wiped clean, why is Jesus coming back to judge the “living and the dead? (John 5:26-29)” Is there some kind of reward ranking in heaven (1 Corinthians 3:8)? Or maybe I have committed the Unforgivable Sin (Mark 3:28-29) and didn’t realize it. That’s possible!