“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Of questionable origins

As I have pointed out many times, Islam is not and has never been any kind of religion of peace. It is, always has been, and always will be a political ideology first, and a religion second. That Islam has been a source of untold suffering, murder, pillaging,...
Didactic Mind, Ep 79: The Izzlamic Dance

Didactic Mind, Ep 79: The Izzlamic Dance

This week’s podcast is quite a bit longer than usual, because it goes DEEP into the subject of historical criticism of Islam. I unpack much of the latest evidence that we have about the very obscure origins of Islam. Following the data and evidence that Dr. Jay...

The Didact’s Top 10 Posts of 2015

Not surprisingly, this assclown’s face is among the top image search results for “narcissism” Yes, I know, this is navel-gazing of the worst kind. Fortunately I only get one chance a year to do it. The list below is in descending order, and is...
The great Izzlamic swindle

The great Izzlamic swindle

This week saw the one-year anniversary of the infamous “holes in the narrative” interview that rocked the Izzlamic world to its very core. Given that LRFotS Sasha Hrongmitts has been after me for a while now to follow up on my previous posts about Islam,...
Monday morning break a leg

Monday morning break a leg

Buckle up, boys, it’s time to put on your Monday faces again. Fortunately, the Great Mondaydact Browser Mulcher is here to make life at least bearable on this most awful of days. And, honestly, y’all don’t have that much reason to complain, because...
With gratitude and faith

With gratitude and faith

Today is Turkey Day over in the USA, which is where the bulk of my readership comes from. Now, this day is a bit “odd” from a global perspective. Other cultures have similar festivals and traditions, but at very different times during the year, and for...
Domain Query: It’s a Saturnalia Miracle!

Domain Query: It’s a Saturnalia Miracle!

Longtime reader and friend of the blog Kapios pitched in with some interesting questions to my Pesach post: Do you follow any particular denomination or do you think denominations is a divide and conquer tactic?Also what do you make of the Easter and Christmas...
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