Hacker News article HackerNews users who have posted about the Christian faith Bible and its founder, Daniel Pink, have been given warnings by the faith bible’s creators.
Users are advised to not read any more of the book’s claims and instead only trust what Pink himself has written.
A new report on Pink and his book claims the book is full of “bogus quotes” and that it is “an outright lie”.
The report is based on a report on the Bible that was written by Pink himself.
Pink’s website says he has never published a book before and the bible he published is based entirely on the writings of Jesus.
“The Bible is the best way of life,” Pink told the Huffington Post UK.
“I am a Christian, I have a mission, I’m a Christian and I’m here to preach that to you, not to convince you.”
He added that the Bible was “the only thing that’s good for anyone” and he was proud of the “faith-based, scientific basis” of it.
“In the bible there’s only a single verse that says ‘You are created in God’s image’,” Pink said.
“And the reason for that is because that verse was written in a time when the world was a lot more evil than it is now.”
According to Pink, his “faith” is based in science, but the Bible’s “faith is based primarily in lies”.
“The bible is full and full of false promises, which are just plain lies,” he said.
The bible is a product of an ancient and powerful spiritual tradition called the Gnostic tradition, which is based around the idea that the universe is a spiritual being and it is the creator.
The book, The Bible: The Science of Life, was published in 2000.
Its author, Pink, has said the book was written to be “the definitive, all-inclusive guide to the entire human experience”.
In 2014, Pink told a BBC Radio 4 interview that his aim was to have a “single, all powerful, infallible and infallible, self-authenticating, infallibly verifiable, non-biased, infallially verified, verifiable and infallibly correct, book on life”.
The New York Times reported that Pink was also a long-time supporter of the controversial anti-gay laws in Uganda, where he has lived.
The UK-based Humanist Association said that it was concerned by the findings and that the book had “misused science to advance anti-Christian beliefs”.
The Bible was also criticised by a group of Christian women, who said the bible was “a blatant attempt to promote misogyny, transphobia, homophobia, sexism and other harmful and damaging beliefs about women and the LGBT community”.
The group said it was “deeply disappointed” by the report and said it had been “warned”.
It added that Pink “does not stand for the values we hold dear as Christian women”.
The new report by the humanist organisation is the latest in a series of anti-LGBT-related claims in the bible, and comes as the UK government is under scrutiny over whether to introduce new anti-discrimination legislation.
A survey commissioned by the UK’s Equality and Human Rights Commission found that almost three-quarters of British adults believe homosexuality should be illegal, and that people should be banned from wearing clothes that reveal their sexual orientation.
The report, published by the non-profit group Faith Matters, found that about half of British people agreed that “gay people are a problem”, with only 28 per cent of people agreeing with the statement that “everyone should be treated with respect”.