Category Archives: Jewish Followers

Atheist Documentary


If you have never seen the 3 hour BBC Documentary ”Atheism – A Rough History of Disbelief” you really must watch it. If you can’t spend the time online now — Feel free to select the “share button” and download these movie for later viewing. Really, It is that good. I think every Atheist should see this series. This series should knock your socks off if you are an Atheist and have a pulse.

via Atheist Documentary.

Atheist Documentary


If you have never seen the 3 hour BBC Documentary ”Atheism – A Rough History of Disbelief” you really must watch it. If you can’t spend the time online now — Feel free to select the “share button” and download these movie for later viewing. Really, It is that good. I think every Atheist should see this series. This series should knock your socks off if you are an Atheist and have a pulse.

via Atheist Documentary.

Karen Armstrong Religious Scholar “Lecture : Comparative Religions”


Karen Armstrong is a wonderfully well  read expert on historicity of the Bible Q’uaran, and the Jewish Bible. She is very liberal. Probably a believer, however very professional and not talk of theology. Only a scholar speaking upon what we know what, or hasn’t happened in Christianity or the Other religions. I like her as much as Bart D. Ehrman (PH.d.)
Biography 

Karen Armstrong  spent seven years in the Society of the Holy Child Jesus during the 1960s and later wrote a tell-all book, “Through the Narrow Gate” (St. Martin’s Press, 1982) that bemoaned the restrictive life. (The frightened nuns did not know the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 had ended for several weeks; they were not allowed to inquire about the outside world.) Armstrong is still hearing about the book: “Catholics in England hate me. They’ve sent me excrement in the mail.”  Readers who have followed her lately are learning her more optimistic ideas about what Islam, Judaism and Christianity have in common with A History of God (Ballantine, 1993), Jerusalem: One City, Three Faiths (Knopf, 1996) and The Battle for God (Knopf, 2000) which all focus on what unites the three great monotheist faiths. Continue reading