Book of Mormon Notes– How deep can you dig?

2008, September 9

Bibletopics.com is False! Proof on their home page…

Bibletopics.com is False! Proof on their own home page…

After finding “The Disappointment of B. H. Roberts” at http://www.bibletopics.com/biblestudy/138.htm, I found the homepage.

That’s right, go to http://www.bibletopics.com/ and see this for yourself:

“What the Bible Says About… Software for PCs”

As if the Bible says *anything* about PC software!! Now we can be assured that they are straight from the evil devil Satan fallen Lucifer himselves. Beware, beware! Will they now twist the Bible to try to prove that it actually says something about PC software? Trying to pull the wool over our eyes, are they? It won’t work, I tell ya! I won’t buy their software, I fear it will contain hidden messages that will drag my soul in chains down to hell!

So, who’s behind http://www.bibletopics.com? It doesn’t say; no one takes credit. However, PC Shareware, Inc. copyrighted the website design, and it seems the only purpose (from the home page menu) is to sell the PC software. Clicking on that link takes you to a page for PC Shareware, Inc. to download the software. The company that is linked to from this page reads: “Welcome to PC Shareware, Inc. We are a software publisher located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We have been providing low cost, high quality “try before you buy” software to tens of thousands of families, schools and businesses since 1988.
Voice: 1-540-899-4203 FAX: 1-540-371-3905″

Why would a computer “software publisher” have hidden negative articles (I couldn’t find them from the main menu) about other religions (Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, etc.) on their website? Or is this a religious front organization/ company? Which religion are they? (Luckily under the topic “Lawsuits” at http://www.bibletopics.com/topics.htm they show that the Bible they believe in says people shouldn’t enter into them!)

3 Comments »

  1. >> As if the Bible says *anything* about PC software!! Now we can be assured that they
    >> are straight from the evil devil

    Rather than go hyper, and start falsely accusing entities about things you have no knowledge about, perhaps you could have contacted the company and asked them? It would have taken less time to send an email to the company than it did for you to trash the company on your blog. If you had contacted them, as I did, you would have learned that the “PC Software” link is there to provide a Desktop version of the Bibletopics.com topical web site. For people who don’t have a high speed connection a downloadable Desktop (non-web) version was being offered that could be installed on a Windows PC. That way the user with a dial up connection wouldn’t have to connect to the Internet in order to perform a topical lookup.

    By the way, the word “devil” means “false accuser”, which is exactly what you are. You therefore are the true devil, not this software company, because you falsely accuse them of wrong-doing and nefarious motives.

    Evidently as a result of your false accusations the company changed the bibletopics.com home page, removing access to the Desktop version of the web based topical tool. Congratulations on causing them to remove the link to what appeared to be a useful Bible software tool.

    It is “Christians” like you with your intolerant, self-righteous, “ready to condemn on a dime” attitude that makes Christianity so detestable. Doesn’t the Bible say something about approaching another offending Christian in private, and confront them with their sins in private before pronouncing what you perceive as their sins to the whole world? Perhaps you need to remove the log from your eye before making another post?

    Comment by Hypocrite Christian — 2008, September 10 @ 2:47 am

  2. Dear Hypocrite Christian,

    I won’t mind if you put the link back up! Serious! That wasn’t my intent at all. In fact, if there’s one thing I heartily approve of and agree with on your site, it’s the “Search the Bible” part. (I wanted to put this at the top so you would see it for sure, ok?)

    The irony in your closing: “Doesn’t the Bible say something about approaching another offending Christian in private, and confront them with their sins in private before pronouncing what you perceive as their sins to the whole world? Perhaps you need to remove the log from your eye before making another post?.”
    right after this:
    “You therefore are the true devil, not this software company, because you falsely accuse them of wrong-doing and nefarious motives…
    It is ‘Christians’ like you with your intolerant, self-righteous, “ready to condemn on a dime” attitude that makes Christianity so detestable.”
    is wonderful.

    Ouch.

    That’s ok, I still respect and love you (I think).

    I’m sorry you missed this, but… this was *satire*. If you take a look at the last tag, it says “Religious Satire”.

    I couldn’t pass up the chance to be a perfect example of the ludicrousness that some ChristiansTM use to “disprove” Mormonism.

    Wow.

    And then I get a trademark hypocritical ChristianTM response.

    But when you host articles that are just as ridiculous in their tone, accusations, and implications against Mormonism and other “false religions and cults” (as your website says) as what I wrote about in my post… well, know you know how it feels–even when I was being satirical, and not honest/ overzealous/ etc. like the anti-Mormon pages on your website.

    I wonder why your company took down the link to the Bible software, but left up all the anti-religious pages.

    (I will still mind if you don’t take down the anti-religious articles, but hey, it’s your website. ;) )

    Comment by grego — 2008, September 10 @ 8:09 am

  3. “Have you gone * crazy? Actualy read the actual Bible instead of your crazy book of mormon and you’ll find that you can’t be dragged to Hell unless you don’t repent and die first. They only read the Bible and fit some of the verses into certain topics, making it so much better for anyone that wants to know about certain topics.”
    -=-=-=
    grego: I agree with your last sentence. It seems like you missed the point of the article. Read the above response to them for more info, thanks.

    Comment by Mikey D — 2008, October 2 @ 4:38 pm


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