How to Use the Bible to Justify Evil — For Dummies.

Taylor J. Bottles
3 min readJun 18, 2018


There seems to be a lot of confusion out there on how to properly use the Bible to your advantage, so let me give you a brief example on the most effective way(s) to do so. Below you will find a short list of things the Bible says is ok. Note that these things are by all moral and ethical standards very wrong and evil. But by using the Bible to justify them, you can turn these atrocities into acceptable measures that must be used to ensure that America is great and and safe at all times and above all else.

The Bible says that Slavery is ok.

The Bible says that Ethnic Cleansing is ok.

The Bible says that Lynchings are ok.

The Bible says that Forcable seperation of Families is ok.

Don’t be fooled though, the list goes on.

Many of you are on that list or know someone who is on that list, who has suffered, been killed, beaten, or defiled.

If you need to convince someone that the evil you have done is justified by the Bible, follow the script below:

Liberal: “But how is this ok?”

American: “Because the Bible Tells me so.”

Liberal: But how?

American: (Quote a random verse out of context.) “See, that’s why.”

Ok! Now you Dummies know how to use the Bible correctly!

A note from the author. I consider myself a follower of Jesus and this is what I think…

Individuals who use the Bible to justify these evil doings are cowards, void of moral integrity and empathy, and have appearently skipped over the parts of the Bible that include Jesus. They desire nothing more than power, praise, and obedience. Mostly though, these individuals have extremly low-self esteem.

I’ll be forward about this. If you’re someone who recently heard Jeff Sessions state that the Bible justifies the forcible seperation of families, you have simply proven that you can be coerced and manipulated. That you don’t have an interest in knowing what is good or right, but would rather shake your head in agreement and move on. Because to say no, to ask, “Are you sure? Is that right?” would just be too damn hard, and take too much…