Bringing together non-believers …
While I acknowledge that many Kenyans identify with various religious denominations in Kenya, i am a Catholic, Protestant, Evangelical (you wonder why all believe in a single deityi, or god) i also contend that matters of religion are not at the heart of the daily lives of Kenyans. When a Kenyan wakes up in the morning, he is more likely to forget to pray to God for the day, compared forgetting to take breakfast. Or forgetting to send his boss an email. Kenyans are not religious beings, as one would imagine. Most Kenyans go to church as a routine. A mere goddamn routine. Most Kenyans, once the week starts, are more concerned about which is the next big deal, who is sick and needs medication, how am i getting a promo, has fees been paid!
Majority of Kenyans don’t really believe in God. Majority of forum members, once at work, do not really care about gods, and Jesuses. I don’t see them feeling continuously sorry about the death of Jesus. They don’t walk all over the place excited that they are saved and heaven is neigh. Most Kenyans are likely to question the Bible, than believe in it. Most Kenyans are more likely to become Atheists. Kenyans have a religious culture, but they do not have a conviction in god, or the bible. Very few, if any, read the bible on a daily basis. Because the book has stale, inconsistent stories.
This morning i want to give such Kenyans a chance to join the Free Thinkers movement, (http://www.facebook.com/kenyanfreethinkers) and meet other Agnostics and Atheists in the upcoming meeting – 16th June 2012 at the Seasons Restaurant. You will realize that you are not alone. And don’t be scared. Be free.
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