EACH ENTRY HAS NOW BEEN MADE INTO A LINK – JUST CLICK ON IT TO ACCESS THE ARTICLE/POST     A Aarti Abortion -Papal pronouncement – a critique Adventists (Seventh day) -Adventists are racists -Adventists are sexist -Adventist paedophile cover up -Adventists cheer THEIR paedo! Africa, causes of poverty African churches -drinking petrol -spiritual insecticide […]

“You are the salt of the earth. But if salt loses its ZING, how will it be made salty? It then has no further use than to be thrown out and stomped on.” Matthew 5:13 (Scholars’ Version) Thinking aloud about religion: a personal polemic by Peter Turner We believe Jesus was a real flesh and […]

me › Liberals versus radicals at Greenbelt Liberals versus radicals at Greenbelt By Symon Hill 29 Aug 2014 It has been three days since I arrived back from the Greenbelt festival, washed my muddy clothes, cut off my wristband and had a very satisfying bath. I’m still a bit tired from four nights under canvas […]

I noticed a man sitting in the doorway of a shop that had closed for the evening. He had white stubble and was wearing a thick coat and a woolly hat. I asked him if he was homeless. He told me his name was Hamid, he was nearly 62, and he had been sleeping rough […]

  ‘”What”, I hear you wail, “what perverted form of Christianity is Zingcreed purveying this time!” Well, yes, maybe. But, as usual on this blog, there’s very little that’s original. And I certainly can’t take any credit for these 5 so-called gospels. They are the marvelous brainchild of Canadian David Galston, who has sat at […]

“A warm welcome to Zingcreed, the polemical christian-atheist blog, whatever that means, that never ceases to surprise. This Post about is something completely different: the First World War, 1914-1918. I am interested in WW1 and WW2 because of involvement of family members in both. In fact my own father was shot down on a bombing […]

I was walking to the tube at Charing Cross when I saw a man sitting in a doorway with a towel over his knees and a half full cup of coffee in his hand. While he wasn’t positively begging, his posture and demeanour made it pretty clear he wouldn’t say no to a few coins. […]

“I grew up in the parish of St Barnabas, Tuffley, Gloucester, that’s in the west of England. l left to go to college in 1962, but have been back frequently ever since. By coincidence, this writer worked as a curate in the neighbouring parish of Matson. I read articles by him from time to time, […]

“A warm welcome to Zingcreed, the only atheist blog which promotes a kinda Christian message. A Christian message, moreover, of equal parts Liberation Theology (Brazil, circa 1975) and Jesus Seminar nuggets (California circa 1990.) A heady blend of 2 excellent vintages. They’re still in the blender, and I suspect there’ll be something awesome when I […]


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