Reviews for The Holy Scriptures of the Porcelain God
Mylime chapter 4 . 9/8/2005
This is really good. I like the different interpretation of the bible. My favorites are the first and second ones.
Leylique Morrow chapter 4 . 7/20/2005
I could not disagree more with your theology, but you do put an interesting perspective on things. I congratulate your creativity. Once again, I envy you in that respect. Keep adding to this. I'll never like what it's saying, but it's intriguing enough to make me want to read more. -Leila
Manuel Fajar chapter 1 . 7/11/2005
Interesting. Take a look at Mark Twain's "Letters from Earth," they may even be on-line. m
Akhenaten chapter 1 . 6/23/2005
wow. I've never thought of it like that... oh well, that's it! You've converted me to Satanism! :)-Akhen
Blindfire40 chapter 3 . 5/14/2005
Apologies, I did not see this chapter on the menu, so I didn't read it, and my review covered old the way, monolog/monologue can be spelled either way. But yeah, this is a very interesting metaphor, one that was a little confusing, but your author's note cleared that up. And be careful what you say...if only one account is given, those of the other account should speak "Atlas Shrugged", if you haven't already. Very good philosophies in there, and thats the reason I suggested that you be careful of what you say. On the poem itself, as a piece of writing and not philosophy, well written, good rhyme scheme and rhythm. You are a good writer
Blindfire40 chapter 1 . 5/14/2005
Well, I would like to thank you first of all for your review of my skit. Secondly, I would like to say, as a Christian, I do not agree with your viewpoint. I will not condemn you for it, however, and it certainly is a very interesting point of view to take, one that I have never seen before. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I see it as softened Satanism. It seems to exalt him, but for good reasons, at least by your semantics. I really have nothing to say, except to the second part. Ayn Rand would probably agree with you there, because until the Serpent spoke up, Eve was living by God's moral rules. Being a Christian, I think that His moral rules are better than ours...but thats just me. But I digress. On the whole, a very good, thought-provoking work. It may not be in line with my moral beliefs, but thats fine. Keep writing!
A.N. Schindlepipe chapter 3 . 5/13/2005
If this wasn't only three chapters, I'm sure I could have read this all night. Good description. "For he so loved the world"..haven't I heard that somewhere? something about "his only begotten son"...I personally am an Atheist, but I used to be Catholic...and then Wiccan...but eventually I was thinking, no, there's nothing controlling us. We determine our own life...Wow, how I blabber. Forgive me.
r.p chapter 2 . 1/8/2005
hey, before i send in a real review, i have 2 ask. Dude r serious? do ya really believe in this or is this your way of answering some rhetorical question you were thinkin bout at the time? But however way u answer i'll review anyway, i just want 2 noe