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HOLY BOOK BLUNDERS

According to biblical morality and authority the following are fine and natural:
Slavery (Exodus 21:7); 1 Peter 1:18; Ephesians 6: 5-9.
Rape (Deuteronomy 22: 28-29);
Child Abuse (Proverbs 22:15);
Misogyny (1 Timothy 2:12);
Incest (Genesis 19: 32-35);
Prejudice (2 John 1:10).

According to biblical morality and authority the following are evil, wrong, and unnatural:
Eating Pork (Leviticus 11:7);
Eating shellfish (Leviticus 11:9-12);
Homosexuality (Leviticus 18:22);
Wearing Clothes of Mixed Fabrics (Leviticus 19:19);
Shaving (Leviticus 19:27).

This is just another matter about what Genesis creationists—Jews, Christians and Muslims—choose to ignore, to say nothing of details like each human having some 30 trillion bacteria and every animal having roughly proportionate numbers:

“Consider the challenge of creating the first chicken (on the fifth day); an egg would be no good on its own. Would you start at the beak and sweep backwards? You would have to be quick, or fluids would leak out. No, it would have to be completely formed in an instant, with all the organs and blood supply and nerves (including behaviour and memory). The space it suddenly occupies would have to be cleared of air at exactly the same moment to prevent a deafening shock wave. The difficulties don't stop there. All the delicate inter-relationships between species would have to be immaculately planned, and there would have to be fully-grown trees (the third day), ready-rotted wood and dead animals for scavengers; nests, burrows and much else. And this for the whole world, down to the last ant and pine-needle, rotifer and bacillus.” David Ridge (read on Atheistweb 7 June 2009)

“Are bats mammals or birds?
If you said mammal, better guess again!
According to god, they are birds ...” Deuteronomy 14:11-18

This is the first page of Chapter 31 of the atheist book "Q". 

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