I noticed a post in Facebook about another "Prophet" who appears to be pimping in the name of God. Why people listen to these "ministers" is beyond me. This guy calls himself Prophet Manasseh Jordan.
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"There are a lot of people who are very sure, with little proof." - Waleed Shareef
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By: Waleed Shareef 2/2/2014
Webster defines an agnostic as someone that does not have a definite belief about whether God exists or not. In other words agnosticism is between atheist and the theist. In my opinion the agnostic is the less arrogant of the two.
By: Waleed Shareef 2/2/2014
I am jealous of believers. Better yet let me say that I am jealous of anyone that can suspend disbelief and live a life with the understanding that once they die they will exist in a tranquil world full of mansions and streets of gold.
By: Waleed Shareef 2/3/2014
Invariably when you approach your average Christian family member and summon the nerve to mention that you are not convinced that everything you have been taught is completely true, the next utterance that we are sure to hear is, “you need to read your bible.”
By: Waleed Shareef 2/5/2014
To be a black agnostic is almost akin to being a foreigner in your homeland. Agnostics, like bisexuals, political centrists and neutral countries, conform to the rule that by standing in the middle of the road you risk being hit by traffic from both directions.
By: William Jelani Cobb Posted: 2/5/2014
There is one trick that all of the best marketing companies know, you need a good catch phrase. For every Coke or Pepsi, there is a slogan like “Can’t beat the real thing,” or “The choice of a new generation.” Churches, ministers and preachers have figured out that you need a good catch slogan, phrase or word.
By: Waleed Shareef 2/16/2014
If many countries have embassies all over the world to keep communications open, why isn't there a heaven embassy in all of the countries around the world?
By: Waleed Shareef 2/17/2014
New data from Gallup shows where non-believers live in America.
By: Emma Green Posted in: The Atlantic 2/4/2014
How would a black person who straddles the middle and is not totally convinced of everything they read in the Christian bible, or Muslim Quran, going to share with their friends and family that they are not persuaded that the most cherished beliefs within our community are all factual?
By: Waleed Shareef 2/26/2014
Is religion; specifically asking the poor to wait on heaven to achieve their reward, the easiest way to keep someone impoverished?
By: Waleed Shareef 3/10/2014
Growing up in an environment where God and religion was everything, it always baffled me about how sure people could be about their faith, but yet never questioned anything their preacher said or what was written in the Bible.
By: A. Solveris 3/25/2014
Online, websites are spreading like chicken feed of “Bishops” and “Prophets” who dress in outlandish clothing that would be laughable if they were not being presented only to those who stand on the proverbial “prairie” to watch these birds strut. Instead, these birds use their feathers to pull the nesteggs from from others in their flock who willingly give them up.
By: Waleed Shareef 4/20/2014
Being right about ones religion is based often on where someone was born, and what their parents believed. If everyone is right, then who is wrong?
By: Waleed Shareef 11/9/2014
“God saved me” is an often heard statement after tragedy is nearly diverted, however little mention is made regarding those that died from the same tragedy.
By: Waleed Shareef 4/7/2015
Many online posts asks us to type Amen, share them or to hit "like." However, is the real intention a hidden agenda to serve a financial need?
By: Waleed Shareef 5/31/2015