Archive for February, 2009

Refuting the “book of Abraham”

Posted on 2009 02, 25 by Matt

I’ve developed a thorough response and refutation of the Book of Abraham which is a section in the Mormon Scripture “Pearl of Great Price.” There is a wealth of information on this subject and in order present it in a blog worth space I have presented it in bullet format. To read about this subject in full, I suggest reading, “By his own papyrus” by Charles M. Larson. This is the primary resource for this blog.

-Joseph Smith the Founder of the Mormon Church claimed to have the gift of “seer.” Mosiah 8:13 (from the Book of Mormon) defines a seer as “a man that can translate all records that are of ancient date.” Smith apparently utilized this gift to translate the book of Mormon from golden plates.

truth (poem)

Posted on 2009 02, 25 by Matt

And let the truth be rung on high in doorsteps without pause
for time is coming when truth will not correspond with laws.

Funny Reactions

Posted on 2009 02, 23 by Matt

Im something of a character, and in my meanderings as a character ive had some interesting reactions to me and the things i do/say….here are a few.

Obusha

Posted on 2009 02, 20 by Matt

The decision between choosing to vote for a Democrat or a Republican is similar to the question of preference between choosing the horse drawn carriage or a car as a means of transportation. Im not, though, intending that one system of thought is vastly superior to the other, but merely positing the idea that it is a ridiculous decision to make. Its obvious why the car/horse is ridiculous, cars are a much more efficient means of transportation. The reason why the democrat and republican decision is ridiculous is because the debate between the two school of thought is really is not what is at issue.

Matt, Best of…2008

Posted on 2009 02, 09 by Matt

Movie: “Battle Royal”. Japanese dystopian future. Brilliant themes, cinematography, and intriguing story. Fairly bloody, not for the weak of heart. If you haven’t seen it. Watch it.


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