All was going so well at John Zande’s place until I started to explain the meaning of a few of the Bible verses to a fellow who I affectionately call, Professor T’Bo’ which is French for Professor Taboo.

Good John Zande began deleting my explanations of holy scripture and replaced them with gay nude pictures of our Lord.  He even threw in a few THE Donald memes.

And one of the other atheists scared the daylights out of me when he told me I wasn’t going to be saved.

It was when I was going to respond by asking how a big atheist dummy like him could possibly know such a thing when I discovered that John Zande…

…had banned me from making further comments on his site.

It kills me when I can’t call someone a dummy when they so richly deserve it.

That was right after another atheist accused me of blasphemy for conveying a teaching of Saint John Paul II, Pope which states that in coming to know God, we come to know ourselves. The atheist read that and thought I was claiming to be God. Four other atheists “liked” her comment.

Consequently, I feel it is my duty to continue explaining the meaning of certain Bible scripture that atheists parade as examples of just how contemptible they opine the Bible to be.

Evidently, someone paraded those same Bible verses in front of them sometime in their impressionable past and it turned them against the most valuable source of wisdom in the world.

Below is Professor T’Bo’s list of Bible verse that he finds offensive.

I am going to explain the meaning of two of the verses and I invite other Christians to explain the other verses, or expand upon the two verses that I have chosen to explain.

Courtesy of Professor T’Bo’:

“Since we’ve been discussing “the Book” here — which Book exactly is still completely unanswered — if I may, I would like to share some quotes from the 325 CE Nicaean Protestant Book/Bible (the CJB version) for consideration:

“If men are fighting with each other, and the wife of one comes up to help her husband get away from the man attacking him by grabbing the attacker’s private parts with her hand, you are to cut off her hand; show no pity.” — Deut. 25:11-12

“Yes, she lusted after their male prostitutes, whose members are like those of donkeys and who ejaculate like stallions.” — Ezekiel 23:20

“The daughter of a cohen who profanes herself by prostitution profanes her father; she is to be put to death by fire.” — Leviticus 21:9

“I will reject your seed; I will throw dung in your faces, the dung from your festival offerings; and you will be carted off with it.” — Malachi 2:3

“But if the charge is substantiated that evidence for the girl’s virginity could not be found; then they are to lead the girl to the door of her father’s house, and the men of her town will stone her to death, because she has committed in Isra’el the disgraceful act of being a prostitute while still in her father’s house. In this way you will put an end to such wickedness among you.” — Deut. 22:20-21

“I will cause them to eat the flesh of their own sons and daughters; everyone will be eating the flesh of his friends during the siege, because of the shortage imposed on them by their enemies and those set on killing them.” — Jeremiah 19:9

“Whoever attacks his father or mother must be put to death.” — Exodus 21:15

“…and if there is something they want to know, let them ask their own husbands at home; for it is shameful for a woman to speak out in a congregational meeting.” — I Cor. 14:35

“If a person beats his male or female slave with a stick so severely that he dies, he is to be punished; except that if the slave lives for a day or two, he is not to be punished, since the slave is his property.” — Exodus 21:20-21

“A blessing on anyone who seizes your babies and smashes them against a rock!” — Psalm 137:9

“A leak that keeps dripping on a rainy day and the nagging of a wife are the same – whoever can restrain her can restrain the wind or keep perfume on his hand from making itself known.” — Proverbs 27:15-16

“Don’t suppose that I have come to bring peace to the Land. It is not peace I have come to bring, but a sword!” — Matthew 10:34″