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Zombie Jesus Reading

Christians believe that Jesus is coming back, but what exactly does that mean? He’s Risen explores Jesus’ glorious return in several irreverent ways. Let’s read from one that has Jesus coming back as a zombie to fest on the flesh and blood of his followers!

Mr. Deadman also looks at a list of over twenty people that claimed to be the messiah. That’s right, Jesus has already returned, like a number of times. Not only that, but some people a live today claim to be the reincarnation of the son of God. I know it’s hard to believe, but so are talking snakes, a wooden boat that can hold ALL OF ANIMALS, and turning water into wine.


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Most holy water has traces of feces in it. This gives a whole new meaning to “Holy shit”.


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Christian Hands Out Anti-Halloween Jesus Comics During Halloween

Mr. Deadman shares a Halloween story and offers commentary on the three stories published this week: Nicetopia, Hold Me Tight, and The Blackout

Podcast available on iTunes and Spreaker:

My son was not wearing a Captain America costume, he was THE Captain America, and he was fueled up with a belly full of pizza for trick or treat. I walk with him down the sidewalk, dressed as Jason after a killing spree, and watch him as he knocks on a door. His little arms extend an empty bucket just eager for its first piece of candy. The door opened and my son smiled, saying the famous line, and received… not candy, but a bag of Doritos and a colorful Christian comic about Halloween.

The illustrations were worse than the bottom of the barrel of Sunday morning rejects, and was so haphazardly taped to the bag, that it fell off. The effort of securing her message was symbolic to the content it self, that I was already sure of.

But my thought was what is this comic supposed to do? Is the anti-Halloween message supposed to open my eyes to the horrors of Halloween? Was I supposed to all of a sudden become aware that I am engaging in Satanic rituals? Well, I wasn’t and the reason why is because my son and I were on the same page: we want some damn candy.

This episode of the Deadman’s Tome podcast is a bit different and it is, oh gosh, pre-recorded. I did attempt to record a video version of the podcast for YouTube, but that failed. You don’t get to see my drunken face, so sad. If you have any comments or questions, please let me know.


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God Punishes LGBT Hate Group Leader

Tony Perkins, president of an anti-LGBT hate group, claimed that God uses natural disasters to punish the gays for their sinful ways. 

Well, it seems as if God finally got fed up with Perkins and his gay hating, anti-LGBT rhetoric and sent the little homophobe a response. God apparently released a natural disaster in Tony Perkins’ home town and flooded his house. 

The worst part is, of course, the lives taken in this divine intervention. For some reason, God seems to enjoy collateral damage when trying to send a message. What’s worse than that is that God’s way of delivering messages is vague to those that don’t recognize.

Tony Perkins will still broadcast his bigot anti-LGBT narrative, and I bet he’ll include this flood as an example of “too many fags” in southern Louisiana.

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School ‘banishes’ 7yo student for saying he doesn’t believe in God

I swear, this reads like an upcoming South Park script. I don’t even think they actually use scripts. Ever see the documentary where they create an episode in like a day? Their script consisted of last minute ideas scribbled on a chalkboard after hours and hours of brainstorming. The joke is, Matt Stone and Trey Parker don’t have to try so hard, because all they have to do is literally mimic an article like this and they have another episode!

A child is banished from his classmates AND friends because he expressed he said he didn’t believe in God. You might think it was out of peer to peer bullying, but you would be so wrong. The school orchestrated and maintained the banishment. The playground supervisor, the teacher, and other school staff seemed in agreement that the child should be exiled from the others because his lack of God offends others.

This sounds like a simple incident was way over blown, and as a consequence the child couldn’t hangout with his friends at lunch. Just about every other kid will notice that and began asking why. Anyone that went through public school knows that the child will face judgement from his peers. Poor kid.

How is this a Christian thing to do? Jesus spoke in direct opposition to judgement.

What’s your reaction to this?