It seems futile, right? Most people have family and friends, so there's emotional support in times of need. People who will actually engage with you and present advice, offer compassion or just a shoulder to cry on, or someone to listen. Theists pray and assume their God is listening, but is he? There's nothing stopping … Continue reading Why believe in God?
As we are often told, God loves us all, yet encourages revenge, but his son, Jesus, contradicts his father. In Matthew 5, Jesus allegedly addresses his disciples during the Sermon on the Mount, and begins to teach them his expectations. In part 5:38 he brings up the 'eye for an eye' statement from Exodus 21. … Continue reading An eye for an eye
Simply put, blasphemy, or sacrilege, is critique against God/s, or more extreme examples are insulting God/s, or contempt to deities and objects of religious, or sacred significance ie: burning of Holy books. Allegedly God gave humanity free will, which means that blasphemy is a God given right, but because something is a right, does that … Continue reading Blasphemy: Is it a right?
It's hardly surprising that when former theists leave their religion they feel that a weight has been lifted off their shoulders, as they are under so much pressure to adhere to the doctrines of their religion, to avoid sin, and prepare themselves to be as pure as possible for the judgement before God after their … Continue reading Does religion contribute towards depression?
Two months ago I wrote an article called The contradictions of Christianity, but I've had more thoughts since then. The inconsistencies that come from Christians is outrageous, and they are simply unable to accept accountability. The atheist atrocities fallacy is a prime example. They claim that communism is a religion, that's founded on atheism, so … Continue reading Christianity and its hypocrisy
Theists, or more accurately, Abrahamic theists, will use any desperate measure to discredit people who have disbelief in God/s, in order to paint their religion in a good light. Some of the illogical things that they claim defy logic and are frankly ludicrous. Morality I've lost count how many times I've read that atheists can't … Continue reading Lying for God
Prejudice seems to be the main result for most religions, and it's especially apparent in the Abrahamic faiths. They are misogynistic, racist, homophobic, judgemental, and bigoted, and if someone doesn't adhere to the rules in their chosen sacred book, they seem to think that they are perfectly within their right to go on the offensive … Continue reading God: The Illogical Conclusion