If you want to find liars, cheats and thieves, the best
places to start are in religion and politics.
Jerry Falwell, waste of flesh
Tim and David Bayly are
brothers and pastors of hate
Benny Hinn aka Mr. Fraud
"When I do a good deed, I do so not with an eye toward gaining God's favor; I do
it because if I did not, I could not look at myself in the mirror. A moral deed is
by definition its own reward. Davis Hume, a believer, made this point in a very
poignant way, when he wrote that the only way to show true respect for God is
to act morally while ignoring God's existence."
No medicine but God (although she liked her morphine).
http://youtu.be/WjxOVOLKkdQ Bill Maher on Hypocrisy of Christians
Ted Cruz and Johnny Walker Boehner
Jesse Jackson Jr.
Scott Des Jarlais
Lindsey Sally Graham
Christians are hypocrites
Christians, they love to talk about how loving, dutiful and compassionate they are, yet I have yet to meet ONE who does not practice hypocrisy to the highest degree. Their willful ignorance of the Bible combined with their two faced idealism to preach it, has made us sick, hasn’t it? For nearly two thousand years Biblicists have been lecturing people on the importance of adhering to the Bible’s teachings on ethics, manners, and morality. They quote Jesus and Paul profusely, with a liberal sprinkling of Old Testament moralism. The problem with their approach lies not only in an oft- noted failure to practice what they preach, but an equally pronounced tendency to ignore what the Bible itself, preaches. Christians practice what can only be described as “selective morality”. What they like, they cling to and shove down other’s throats; what they don’t like, they ignore vehemently. That which is palatable and acceptable is supposedly applicable to all; while that which is obnoxious, inconvenient, or self-denying is only applicable to those addressed 2,000 years ago. Their hypocrisy is so rampant that even the validity of calling oneself “Christian” is in question. I see so many people enjoy quoting the Ten Commandments, the Sermon on the Mount, and some of Paul’s sermons, but don’t even PRETEND to heed other, equally valid, maxims.