My name is Doyle Duke; I’m seventy-two years old and retired. I’ve been married to my wife, Fay, for fifty-one years. We have two children, four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. In the working world I made my living as a photographer and lab technician. I spent eight years in the U.S. Navy as a photographer’s mate. I attended three photographic schools, was a designated motion picture photographer, and rose to the rank of Third Class before I decided not to make the Navy a lifetime career. During my career in the real world my two major employers were the Chattanooga Times Newspaper and Hinkle’s Commercial Photographics. I attended local colleges, business and art, and managed to complete one year.
Adult Bible Storiesby Doyle Duke
The Bible is filled with stories just as outrageous and ridiculous as those silly tales found in children’s books of the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and, of course, Ole Saint Nick. Stories the kids really believe, right! Have you ever wondered at the difference between those children's tales and Bible stories? Let’s face it; both children and
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The Bible is filled with stories just as outrageous and ridiculous as those silly tales found in children’s books of the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and, of course, Ole Saint Nick. Stories the kids really believe, right! Have you ever wondered at the difference between those children's tales and Bible stories? Let’s face it; both children and Christians are equally gullible in their willingness to believe. And many of those children stories are rooted in Christian doctrines, such as St. Nick and Xmas angels. So, what’s the difference? Kids question as they grow and learn, and at some point it becomes impossible to believe in Santa Claus and the Easter bunny. Christians, on the other hand, have a magic wand that creates miracles and brings the impossible to reality—faith.
Let’s take a real critical, and satirical, look at some of those true Bible stories. As we do so, if you’re a Christian, perhaps you can remember when you were young, and recall the adrenaline rush that surged through your body as you ran about the yard in your new Easter outfit searching for that prize bunny egg. Or the joy and excitement of jumping out of bed on Christmas morning. No doubt you can also recall the shock and disappointment when your older cousin told you the truth about Santa Claus—a truly sad and devastating event. You were probably hurt and angry at your parents, just a little—right? But you grew up and now, looking back, it’s a bit comical—right? Christians, it's time to do a little more growing.
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If you are a christian or Jewish, the author makes light of the Bible/Torah. This is not a good book for believers. Be warned.
bitter and unredeaming faith smashing
Do not bother wuth this
Mainly bevaise this person doesnt seem tp beleive in God..
Now this author needs to stop writting this and leave christians alone we believe because christianity is built on having faith and beliving and love so can you keep your opinons to yourself and besides beliving that all the wonders and life and beuty on earth were made by a huge meteor is more ridiculous sounding than god. Good Day Sir and god bless