The letter to the Hebrews This so called ‘Bible-reading’ is a little bit different from the first two. Those were aboout the very first book -Genesis- too, but in the letter to the Hebrews that can be found in the New Testament there is a very interesting ‘explanation’ of that tiny passage in the Old… Continue reading Kaïn and Abel, the Hebrews and the demigods
Yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day. A day that reminds of one of the most horrible episodes of recent human history and to one of the most beautiful aspects of Jewish culture: commemorating every individual. The reason for making this video is twofold. Last Christmas, literally on Christmas Day, I wrote what I thought was a… Continue reading Holocaust Remembrance Day & the Concept of Chosenness
A new translation of an older and longer Dutch text. The reason for this article was the annual report 2016 [Dutch original text is from 2017] of the ‘Council of State’ and more specifically the ‘reflection’ in it by that time ‘vice-chair’ Donner  of that important judicial organisation in the Netherlands. He gave his… Continue reading Dutch viceroy Donner speeches – senility or scribism?
No, Stacey Abrams on the photo above is not in a church and I am quite sure she is not a drag queen or transgender.Compared to the number of drag queen shows in schools and libraries those in churches are still very limited in number.They are informative in their own right, however. The video this… Continue reading Drag queen show in a church?
A different review.A conservative atheist praises “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” and glorifies that devout christian lady. Link to the written review Link to Dutch original of the review
Man Made God Reading (just) 8 sentences from Genesis. I read them in Dutch but subtitle them in English. “Then God, the Lord, thought … if he ate those, he would live eternally! ..“ No mistake: “It is your absolutely inalienable right to believe in as many gods, godesses, devils or angels you want“ About… Continue reading How many trees?