Paul Winchell's ProtectGod.com
to Protect God.com. This website was created to protect
our Creator against any deprecation of His sacred image.
But before beginning, I wish to address a current situation
that has caused a good deal of controversy lately-“Stem
To a truly faithful Christian every part of the New
Testament is taken literally, which includes the following:
Evil creatures come from the supernatural world to
inhabit our bodies and cause a variety of maladies,
illnesses and diseases. These ghastly invaders are
sent by Satan and include devils, demons and unclean
spirits. The Pope himself, who suffers from Parkinson,
is so sure of this premise that the Vatican permits
exorcism, in certain cases, even today in the 21 century.
Of course, great care is taken to first determine that
the “disease” is not a purely psychological
manifestation, but once assured that the person is
truly “possessed” by these visitors from
Hell, a very reliable priest commands these malevolent
imps to depart from the stricken individual in the
name of Jesus.
Scripture tells us that Christ Himself spent a great
deal of time and energy “curing” the deaf,
the lame, the blind and victims of the plague by “casting
out” these demons, devils and unclean spirits
and even taught his disciples to do likewise. Is it
possible that the beloved Deity of millions didn’t
know that microbes and heredity were responsible for
sickness? If millions of Christians were right, it
would appear to be a sheer waste of time and money
to pursue Stem Cell research. Apparently President
Bush has been opposed to it from the beginning.
It is amazing that people who are generally rational
in worldly affairs seem to be so primitive about religious
Millions of worshippers
go to their churches unaware that the book they use to honor
God does the opposite. The Bible accuses our Creator of unspeakable
atrocities against mankind and defames His sacred image. Shouldn't
a sacred book, like the Bible, portray a Being of the highest
ethical qualities for man to emulate? Unfortunately, a painstaking
investigation of the Bible reveals that Scripture defames God
by maligning His character and morality.
is a shortened version of my book Defamation of God.
Winchell, Mahoney and Knuclehead
may recognize me from my part in the "Jerry Mahoney and
Paul Winchell" duo. I have had a long
and successful career and throughout my life, have been a
God-fearing man. Later on in my life I found I had time to
do things I had never had time to do before - so I began reading.
Wanting to know more about God, I chose to read the Bible,
possibly the most influential book in the history of mankind.
To be blunt, I did not like what I found. Aside from its numerous
contradictions and historical inconsistencies, the book purported
to tell God's story actually classifies him as a jealous and
murderous being who punishes men for the very faults he created
them with, then sacrifices his only son to redeem these faults.
The stories of such atrocities can even be classified as "The
Dark Side" of the Bible.
By Dr. Paul Winchell
God is being defamed and most people are totally unaware of
it. It's time to end an injustice that's been going on for centuries
and I've chosen to take a stand because I'm God's child and
love my Father. I should say Our Father for we are all God's
children and I've spent a big part of my life learning about
Our Creator and the meaning He holds for people everywhere.
I will protect that sacred image by challenging every libelous
accusation against His character and morality wherever such
charges are encountered, even if cherished beliefs are inadvertently
I've been successful in my life and accomplished much of what
I originally set out to do. I enjoyed a twenty-year television
career as a ventriloquist with my alter egos Jerry Mahoney ad
Knucklehead Smiff. I made a lot of movies, appeared on most
top television shows, crea ted
and performed the voice of "Tigger" for thirty six years at
Disney Studios, invented and patented the first successful Artificial
heart used in humans - but all that aside, I must now take a
stand and speak out against any denigration of Our Father.
will begin my presentation by discussing the concept called
"God" that every one of us carries in our heads-with
wide variations, depending upon our "Parental
beliefs and practices." We start life by identifying
with mom and dad and then deal with our fellow man as though
he carries the same image of God that we do. Now, what might
such an image be if it is not based upon Scripture? Many will
immediately brand him an Atheist but the question worth considering
is this: "Is it wrong to believe in a god that is not
found in the Bible"? We seem to have no problem with
adherents of other faiths, even though their sacrosanct beliefs
differ vastly from ours. I suspect we can afford to be tolerant
in those cases because we're convinced that they worship a
myth while our Deity is the only true God; obviously, they
believe the same about us.
is almost impossible to relate to the mindset of our ancestors
during antiquity for they lived at a time when Superstition
was rampant and mankind had not yet emerged from the Dark Ages.
Society consisted of The Church and Monarchy and the average
citizen operated a fief and had to share his product with land
Barons. Before you discount any of the following please consider
this: Our forebears had no Science, no telescopes or Astronauts
to send pictures of other planets back to them; no satellites
or computers and they had no knowledge of the dinosaurs that
would have sunk Noah's Ark in a heartbeat. So please let's be
tolerant of the concepts they made for they never even saw the
land upon which they dwelt; not even a view from a helicopter
was available nor a jet, the Shuttle and definitely not a Space
Station of today's technology. And how can we ever forget that
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took photographs of our home
from the moon?
live in a totally different world today than that of our primitive
ancestors, with new knowledge and invention. How can we expect
them to have thought differently then they did? When they
became ill and death seemed imminent, it was understandable
and perfectly reasonable for them to pray to a god in their
feelings of helplessness. They either got well or they died
but presently revolutionary treatment exists. We can receive
a new heart and lungs, kidneys or liver transplants and we
can do it without prayer. No such option existed during their
day so the image of a caring god who might help them get well
became a necessity. Currently, even the Pope seeks medical
aid for his Parkinson condition rather than rely on prayer
alone and there's nothing immoral about that.
may not give it a thought but many phenomena of the universe,
formerly regarded as God's bailiwick, have now been relegated
to the commonplace. Television weathermen show us satellites
tracking weather systems hourly. It's freezing in New York
and sweltering in Miami; people are dying from tornadoes in
the mid west but all is sunny and calm in California. Floods
devastate Europe and Asia while reports tell us that droughts
are destroying crops in the farmlands. Newscasters announce
meteor showers and invite us outdoors to watch Lunar and Solar
eclipses, elements of nature formerly accepted as Omens from
God. The terrified populace read warnings into every catastrophe,
"Behave or the world will come to an end." Today,
thanks to Scientific Research, much of the fear has evaporated
with rational explanations for natural disasters. Without
our current knowledge it was completely natural for earlier
civilizations to turn to "the gods" for assistance.
It would have been inconceivable if they had not.
amazing fact is that many people still share the views of
antiquity as though the older an idea is the more valid it
becomes and that is the greatest paradox of the ages. With
all the crimes and wars that go on, the events of 9-11, the
sniper attacks, the suicide bombers that murder innocent people,
those horrible nightclub fires, the Shuttle disasters and
the students that shoot classmates and teachers-perhaps the
time has come to leave the fantasies in the ancient past and
face hard reality. We live in a "World of Chance"
in fact, a Universe of chance where most things happen because
they obey the law of "Cause and Effect". But before
going any further, I wish to make one thing very clear. The
sentiment that follows is not Atheistic but neither is it
Scriptural; it is simply one that deals with the concept of
God in a purely generic sense.
take a totally neutral position in this matter. I'm neither
for nor against any belief that mankind has held about Deity,
past as well as present. I am perfectly comfortable to admit
that there is a God and just as open to accept
the remote possibility that there isn't. That premise
is immaterial to my present point of view. What strikes me
is that we human beings are like computers, far superior of
course - for the present anyway - but we
function in a similar manner. We make mental Files
of everything that we consider important, files of all kinds,
and when we "Save" these files they continue to run automatically.
Unfortunately, we can't delete them as easily as our silicon
counterparts - the human mind is far more complex - but it's
functioning is very similar. We start our lives by "Scanning"
our parents and "Saving a copy" of their values, attitudes,
prejudices and religious beliefs, which become part of our
"subconscious". In less technical terms, their constant "suggestions"
are actually a form of hypnosis. All parents hypnotize their
children to a certain extent, and although not intentional,
Parental values frequently persist for a
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