Bringing together non-believers …
I will start by acknowledging that being an Atheist, I find it interesting when forum members assign me all sorts of labels. Some have called me an evil spirit, an anti-Christ ( I don’t know what this is), the devil, some have recommended I see Dr. Frank Njenga (implying that I’m insane). Some have even suggested that I grew up not being loved by my parents. All these are attributions, and I accept them. But well, that is what religion does to people. It blinds them even from what is supposed to be a rational discourse.
Then again, some think that it is wrong to attack religion. That when you touch god, Jesus or Mohammed, it is wrong. I kind of agree with the Jews who killed Jesus. Because Jesus was a big big joke. How does a guy wake up and start claiming he is god? He chooses 12 disciples, none of whom is a woman (talk of gender imbalance) then comes to Jerusalem, cheats them that he was born of a virgin, cheats them that he is a messiah, cheats them that he performs miracles, just like our pastors do today. He purports to cast demons away, heal the sick, the blind, the deaf. The Jews were humanists, and they knew very well that these things cannot happen. The worst of all, Jesus tells the Jews to believe in him. That he is the son of god. It is wrong for such fraud to take place in broad daylight. And any government, any administration would try to stop such fallacies from being perpetrated. To some extent, the killing of Jesus is justifiable.
It is right to attack any religion. It is right to expose what religion is, a false belief in mythical ideologies, and supernatural phenomena. It is even, I would add, moral, to expose religion for the harm it does to our society.
Finally, know that there is an alternative. You can be an atheist, an/or agnostic, a Free Thinker. You can decided to craft your own path, with regard to religion. You can reject those fallacies, and live a normal life without the fear of hell.
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