Christianity is fond of portraying believers as lumps of clay
that are molded into what Jesus wants them to be.
But in reality, the Holy Bible, God, and Jesus are the lumps of clay that Christians mold and shape into whatever they want them to be.
Aggressive forms of Christianity then take this manufactured product, place it into a holy box adorned with pretty ribbons and bows, and then attempt to bombard the world with it.
Many evangelical and fundamentalist Christians are ambitious zealots on a mission from "God".
Their mission is to bring everyone into an imaginary realm and rule over them through force.
They obtain justification for this aggressive behavior from the Bible, and from the New Testament character called Jesus of Nazareth.
Specifically, they cite Matthew 28(known as the Great Commission), where the resurrected cult leader Jesus declares himself dictator and gives out orders to his disciples.
The prime directive for Christianity is to expand the kingdom and dominate the earth.
And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you
Believers are then told that anything differing from cult doctrine will be cast down so that all thoughts can be brought under the umbrella of Christian authority. Any disobedience will be punished.
2 Cor 10:5-6
Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;
And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.
Further threats are issued toward anyone that does not acknowledge and obey the claims and dictates of Christianity.
God himself will enter the fray, tossing bolts of fire among the infidels.
2 Thess 1:8
In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ:
Ruling through force doesn't always involve physical violence. Religious bullying can also take other forms.
In many cases it involves taking actions which serve to exterminate anything that competes with dogmatic belief.
Examples of this can sometimes be found on non-Christian internet forums, where the goal of the fundamentalist is to take over the forum and turn it into a Christian advertising center.
One of the methods used to accomplish this goal is known as "spamming" or repeatedly posting Bible scripture, Christian apologetics, sermons, and other assorted Christian propaganda onto a forum message board, drowning out any other information that may be written and posted by others.
By using multiple alias identities and accounts, the fanatic will proceed to carpet bomb a target until the forum is shut down or becomes inactive, leaving only the Christian material to be read by visitors to the forum.
The goal is to "kill" off anything that isn't centered around Christian propaganda.
The fanatic will then boast that nobody was able to refute the "truth" of Christianity.
Although aggressive fundamentalist Christians claim to be "new creatures" in Christ Jesus, they really aren't.
That's just nice sounding talk, designed to create the appearance of a spiritual metamorphosis.
The Biblical character called "Jesus" often serves as an excuse for believers to let their real personalities come forth.
Not surprisingly, these unleashed personalities exhibit the same corrupt, greedy, and materialistic nature that is only supposed to be found in unbelievers.
Very little has changed in these "new creatures" and they display the same grasping, coveting, and domineering human nature that was supposed to have been replaced when the believer was covered by the cleansing blood of Jesus that washed them "clean" when they were born again.
The expand and dominate mentality is seen in the following battle plan of Christianity.
Christianity is on the march!
When we accepted Jesus Christ as our Savior, we went to war with evil.
We demolish strongholds of unbelief and sin.
Nobody can refute the truth of the Gospel and all unbelievers will be in submission to the Lord Jesus.
Our mission will take time but our methods are working and skeptics are shown to be uninformed idiots.
Just keep hammering the message over and over again until people recognize the truth!
We are commanded by God to convert all unbelievers to the truth of Jesus.
Give Him Praise and Glory!
In order to spread propaganda effectively, various talking
points are employed to make the propaganda appear authoritative
These core beliefs are advertised as absolute truths, irrefutable facts, and the very Word of God.
However, Christian talking points often involve the use of circular logic.
An example of this is illustrated in the following:
Believer: The Bible is authoritative truth because it's the Word of God.
Skeptic: How do you know it's the Word of God?
Believer: Because the Bible says so.
Skeptic: But how do you know it's true?
Believer: Because God is holy and never lies.
Skeptic: And how do you know that?
Believer: Because the Bible says so.
This system is a closed loop of logic, where the authority of the claim is based solely on itself.
Aggressive Christian propagandists are found just about everywhere, on the television, on the radio, in local newspapers, and even in the government.
Some popular claims used by Christian propagandists are briefly outlined below:
These assertions certainly sound very authoritative and
impressive, but they represent theological junk food.
Piling one assertion on top of another doesn't make any of them true.
However, repetition and appeals to authority are the foundation of Christianity.
The tactic of piling up assertions, one on top of another, can also be observed in the world of finance.
This can be seen in the area of mortgage lending and credit creation, where layers of credit are built up around one asset, creating derivatives and the illusion of wealth. This is sometimes referred to as "jive" or creative finance.
If the underlying security or asset is not sound, the whole house of cards can come crashing down.
Christianity operates in the same fashion, spinning out one assertion after another, all the time maintaining that the whole structure is sound because it's based on the Bible.
In fact, the Bible cannot be shown to be the work of an all powerful God, nor is it consistent within itself.
Christianity not only contradicts the basic edicts of the Hebrew scriptures, it is often inconsistent with itself.
There are virtually hundreds of Christian sects, all claiming to have the correct version of God.
This is one of the centerpieces of Christianity and represents
a myth if the entire Bible is to be taken seriously.
Jesus wasn't a valid sin sacrifice according to the law of God.
This also contradicts the Bible, which declares that each person dies for their own sin and saves themselves by repenting and keeping the laws of God (Ezek 18:20-27).
This was written long before the Christian cult came along and decided to change the rules.
Christianity has no use for the Hebrew scriptures when they contradict what Christians want to believe.
Yet, they will claim that the whole Bible is the word of God.
In reality, Christians write their own Bibles, picking which parts are valid and ignoring any parts that conflict with their preferences and pet doctrines.
This pious Christian myth is the epitome of false advertising.
The word "unconditional" means without conditions.
Salvation through belief in the Christian god-man called Jesus is not unconditional or "free".
You must take specific affirmative actions in order to receive the gift, which include being baptized, doing some good works, and confessing belief. Simple unbelief is enough to damn someone to hell (Matt 16:16).
In reality, this is a holy barter system where salvation is exchanged for worship.
Jesus stated he would dispatch an army of drones to destroy anyone that offended him (Matt 13:40-42).
If the love were truly unconditional, such threats and punishments would not be employed.
This is a blatantly dishonest assertion.
The life of Jesus of Nazareth, as given in the Gospels, has not been proven to be historically accurate, nor can it be proved that these stories were written by eyewitnesses.
The authors of the Gospels are not known with any certainty nor can they be called eyewitnesses.
The author of "Luke" states in Luke 1:1-4 that the account he was writing contained second hand information.
These "proofs" have their roots in Church cult
creeds, self-delusion and hubris.
The cult leader, namely Jesus of Nazareth, failed to perform the job requirements of a king messiah and didn't even qualify for the title of "Christ".
The existence and exploits of "Jesus of Nazareth", as defined by the New Testament, are not established historical facts nor are they proven eyewitness accounts.
The claims of fulfilled prophecy are based primarily on out of context quotes and wishful thinking.
The claim of no contradictions is based on expediency and gross rationalization.
A zealous believer can rationalize the ears off of a rabbit but that doesn't make the rabbit without ears.
Christian apologetics is a massive industry, where the goal is to rationalize the Bible in a way that turns it into a
self-serving sock puppet for Christian clerics to wave in the air to impress the masses.
No, the evidence for Jesus of Nazareth is not overwhelming. THE FAME OF JESUS
This is both circular logic and argument by assertion, where
the conclusion is simply assumed and not proven.
If the Bible is to be taken seriously, then Jesus utterly failed to perform the required tasks of an expected king messiah and did not live a sinless life.
The story of the resurrection is not evidence that the Bible is the Word of God, any more than drawing a picture of a glass of water makes it an actual glass containing water.
Traditional Jews also don't accept any of these Christian claims about Jesus.
However Christians, in a gigantic display of arrogance, will contend that Jews don't know how to properly interpret their own scriptures.
This is one of the most popular passages Christians use to
"prove" that Jesus rose from the dead.
Paul wasn't an eyewitness to these events, having only encountered what he assumed was Jesus in a vision after Jesus had ascended. Paul's statement is hearsay, not firsthand testimony.
Nor is the claim of 500 witnesses confirmed by any other writer.
If Paul's claim is accurate, then it would be useful for Christians to cite the passage from the Hebrew scripture that states a king messiah would die, be buried, and rise from the dead in three days.
However, there is no such scripture.
Claiming that a human sacrifice fulfills the law of God contradicts the teachings of the Old Testament.
Where exactly does it say the king messiah would be raised on the third day from the dead?
Furthermore, Jesus didn't qualify to be a messiah in the first place, so the word "Christ" is misused.
Jesus never sat on the throne of David as a valid messiah was to do, nor did he accomplish the other tasks.
It's too bad Paul didn't read the law of God very carefully,
where the requirements for a valid sin sacrifice are defined.
Jesus fulfilled none of those requirements.
Isaiah 53 does not state that a king messiah would be killed and rise from the dead in three days, and a good portion of it is written in past tense.
The prophet Isaiah revealed in Isa 49:3 that the servant was Israel, which is personified throughout Isaiah.
Instead of repeating Christian propaganda and out of context verses, it would be more useful for believers to cite the passage from Hebrew scripture that states a king messiah would be killed, rise from the dead in three days, and need a second trip thousands of years later to accomplish what he was supposed to do the first time.
However, they won't cite that passage because it doesn't exist.
According to the law of God, a human being is an invalid
sacrifice for sin.
Christians might want to read the Old Testament rather than warping and circumventing it for their own gain.
The Christian claim also completely ignores the context of the passages in Isaiah 53.
The Bible states that the suffering servant is Israel, which Isaiah clearly identified in Isa 49:3.
If the Old Testament is to be taken seriously, then this is an
This is another popular Christian creed used to frighten people to death and turn them into paying customers.
According to the Hebrew scripture, which Christians spend so much time ignoring, salvation doesn't require faith in an invalid human sacrifice.
Salvation is obtained on an individual basis and is accomplished by repenting of wrongdoing and keeping the law of God(Ezek 18:20-27).
Jesus may have been the messiah according to Christian myth, but in fact, Jesus didn't even come close to meeting the requirements for a valid king messiah according to the stipulations of the Hebrew scriptures.
The so-called prophecies about Jesus are primarily verses that
have been ripped out of context and used by Christians to
retrofit Jesus into the Hebrew scriptures, in an attempt to
validate their whims.
There isn't anything divine, truthful, or healthy about this type of fraud.
The very act of declaring Jesus as "Christ" shows the disregard that Christianity has for the Hebrew scriptures, which they ironically proclaim as being the Word of God, calling them the "Old" Testament..
The word "christ" or messiah means anointed, and Jesus was never anointed as King of the Jews according to the stipulations set down in the Hebrew scriptures.
Jesus also did not fulfill any of the vital functions that a king messiah was supposed to perform.
Christianity proceeds to disregard the very stipulations set down by God and then attempts to make up new rules, claiming that God changed his plans and decided to keep those plans secret until Jesus arrived.
The new rules include having a messiah that requires two trips, separated by thousands of years in order to accomplish what he was supposed to do the first time.
The New Testament is the rationalization of a failed messiah, namely Jesus.
In essence, Christianity uses the Hebrew scriptures as a launching pad for a new religion, attaches its New Testament doctrines to the Hebrew Bible, and then proclaims to the world that God authorized the entire concoction.
Naturally, anyone that doesn't swallow this charade is deemed wicked, ungodly, a child of the Devil, lost, and a whole list of other names designed to vilify anything that gets in the way of the Christian bulldozer.
According to Old Testament stipulations, Jesus doesn't qualify
to sit on the throne of David, regardless of how
many times he comes back.
Jesus never sat on the throne of David or ruled Israel as a valid messiah is supposed to do (Jer 23:5-6).
Jesus can't be called a king messiah when he did not perform the function.
Jesus wasn't given the throne because he doesn't have the proper pedigree, which requires a direct paternal blood link to King David.
Jesus had no paternal father, being the product of an all powerful deity mating with a human woman.
There are no verses saying anything about a first visit needing to be followed by a second visit thousands of years later in order to accomplish the task.
Jesus promised to return within the lifetimes of some of his associates, which he failed to do (Matt 16:27-28).
Jesus has never returned as promised and believers have had to be content with reports that the face of Jesus sometimes appears on burnt pieces of toast or on the panes of windows.
Believers also do not display the complete unity of thought that Jesus promised and prayed for.
Nor are believers able to perform the wonders and miracles that Jesus promised they would be able to do.
False prophets don't make valid messiahs and God warned his people about such charlatans in Deut 13:1-5.
Circular logic is the rule of the day here.
According to this, proof for authority of the Bible is based on the claims it contains.
If the Bible says that 2+2=5 and if the Bible also says everything written in it is true, then 2+2 must equal 5.
In this closed theological system, there is no outside validation or objective analysis.
Anything conflicting with the conclusion that 2+2=5 must be wicked and is then labeled a false teaching.
In this particular case, the logic goes something like this:
The New Testament states that all scripture is given by God (2 Tim 3:16).
Therefore, everything in the New Testament is true because it represents the Word of God.
Jesus is mentioned in the New Testament, therefore everything written about Jesus is true.
Jesus mentions some Old Testament scriptures and events in his teachings.
Therefore, Jesus proves the Old Testament is also the Word of God.
In the end, this "proof" is simply an assertion. The Bible is the Word of God because believers say it is.
Even if the problem of circular logic is set aside, Jesus did not always teach according to the Old Testament.
Jesus undermined the law and introduced teachings that were not in conformity with the Word of God as found in the Hebrew scriptures.
The claim about Jesus being God is wishful thinking. It
represents popular dogma that contradicts the Bible.
Not even the convoluted "three in one" doctrine of the Trinity can salvage this blasphemy.
God stated that he was not a man(Num 23:19). Nor is God a son of man, which Jesus called himself many times.
Even the resurrected and ascended Jesus declared that he had a God(Rev 3:12).
The Christian assertion that Jesus taught nothing but truth is also contradicted by the Bible.
It's important to keep in mind that Jesus didn't write anything, and the words that were put in his mouth by various cult writers don't prove a thing.
It was ultimately male clerics that decided what Jesus said.
The Bible was compiled by votes at Church councils that were held long after Jesus was supposed to have lived.
The Bible is not the product of godly spontaneous generation as so many preachers want people to believe.
If the Bible stood perfectly by itself, it wouldn't need reams of apologetics that add subjective qualifiers and modifications to the text in order to make the scriptures say what Christian want them to mean.
This is an incredible load of deceit and tripe if the Bible is
to be taken seriously.
The new covenant is defined in Jer 31:31-34 and it says absolutely nothing about God's laws being replaced by new system revolving around faith in a human sacrifice.
The new covenant involves reaffirming God's existing laws with the people under a new contract.
The expected messiah will lead the people into great compliance with the existing laws (Ezek 37:24).
Laws will not be made obsolete, nor will a human sacrifice be part of this covenant.
Christians constantly proclaim that God's word represents moral absolutes for humanity to follow, yet they reject those moral absolutes by claiming that some of them are outdated and no longer need to be observed.
All of God's laws are binding and lasting (Psa 119:152,160).
According to Jesus, all the laws were to be observed until heaven and earth passed away (Matt 5:18-20).
Christianity practices Biblical cherry-picking, using parts that appeal to their doctrines and creeds, while ignoring parts that interfere with their theological whims.
As a general rule, when a particular Bible verse is used by Christianity, it never means what it says if it doesn't say what they want it to mean.
This fanciful bit of propaganda is used over and over again by
For it to have any merit, it should be accompanied by the passage from the Hebrew scriptures that states faith in a messiah would replace obedience to the law and that a messiah would be the end of the law.
However, there is no such passage to be found in the Old Testament.
The new covenant is defined in Jer 31:31-34 and it says absolutely nothing about faith in a human sacrifice providing salvation or replacing the law. It states that the existing law would be reaffirmed under a new contract.
The law of God is defined as being everlasting (Psa 111:7-9).
This is Christian revisionism, where they rewrite the Old
Testament to conform to their theological whims.
There is no passage from the Hebrew scripture that states some of the law will be voided when an expected king messiah arrives.
There is no passage that states a new priesthood would be set up that eliminates the Levitical priesthood.
This is standard Christian propaganda that not only
contradicts the Old Testament, it contradicts Jesus as well.
Jesus made no distinction between the various laws in Matt 5:18-20.
They were all to endure until heaven and earth passed away.
Jesus also didn't fulfill anything on the cross, not being a valid sacrifice for sin in the first place.
Always ask a Christian to list the requirements for a valid sin sacrifice according to the law of God.
Then ask them to cite the passage from the Hebrew scripture that states some laws would be "eliminated" by a messiah and others would still be in place.
This is an outright lie according to God's word in Ezek
18:20-27, where righteousness is imputed and salvation is
bestowed on those that repent and diligently keep the law.
Those that chase after pagan sacrifices and false messiahs, instead of seeking the law of God, have no salvation.
Salvation is far from the wicked: for they seek not thy statutes.
The constant quoting of Paul by Christians doesn't prove
anything and it contradicts God's prior word.
Many Christian are in fact Paul worshippers, hanging on his every word and hanging themselves in the process.
Believers cannot provide the passage from the Hebrew scripture that says faith in a human sacrifice would replace obedience to the law.
They cannot provide the passage that states a king messiah would come once, be killed, rise from the dead after three days, and need a second coming thousands of years later to accomplish his mission.
Yet, they have no problem making assertions about "absolute" truth, which is based on their whims and fancies.
For all the noise that fundamentalist Christian preachers make about how the Bible is the Word of God,
they have no problem ignoring anything that intrudes on the dream world in which they reside.
Not being content with their own self-delusion, they insist that all others must share their delusion or face the wrath of their cardboard cutout God.
In other words, if you don't accept their mumbo-jumbo as fact, you will be punished for eternity.
They deem themselves authorized to create "reality", and then they want to jam their version of reality down on all others, often throwing in threats of hell fire and damnation along the way.
Millions of people have willingly been duped by this nonsense, perhaps in the hope that joining a large crowd will somehow compensate for the glaring inadequacies of the doctrine.
The New Testament often refers to believers as "sheep".
The phrase "unsound theology" means next to nothing.
The concept is so abstract and subjective that it's rendered useless as an analytical tool.
Sound theology can and will mean whatever a believer wants it to mean.
It should be noted that Christianity is also grounded in escapist and superstitious belief.
The New Testament is rife with demons, miracles, and stories of supernatural wonder.
According to the Cult of Jesus (aka Christianity), all humans are born into sin, because two humans named Adam and Eve were tricked into eating forbidden fruit by a talking serpent.
Sinful beings end up in a place called "hell", where they remain for eternity.
The only way to escape this fate is to believe in a human sacrifice called "Jesus", who according to popular Christian myth, is one of the three "persons" that comprise God.
The New Testament character called "Jesus" is the solution for a problem that Christianity creates.
According to the Hebrew scriptures, which Christianity hijacked and used as a launching pad for itself, each person is responsible for their own sin and they save themselves through proper action.
There is no need for Jesus, who didn't even qualify to be called "Christ" if the stipulations of the Hebrew scriptures (which Christians call the "Old Testament") are to be taken seriously.
In this case, Christianity is concerned about expanding its influence, just as a pharmaceutical company wants to expand its sales of drugs.
Vigorous in this case means aggressive, and as seen in the mission statement earlier, it involves stamping out the competition and getting in peoples faces, flogging and beating them with cult doctrine.
This is propaganda at its best, or worst, depending upon which
side of the sermon one is sitting on.
The claim that there would be no civilized world without Christianity is completely obtuse.
According to this nonsense, there were no civilized cultures prior to Christianity.
The Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese, Mayans, and other cultures were all simply unsaved savages.
Christianity displays its own savage nature, which is wonderfully illustrated by Christians themselves.
A leading Christian intellectual put forth the following doctrine for the Christian conquest of the earth:
"God gave us the earth. We have dominion over the plants, the animals, the trees.
God said, 'Earth is yours. Take it. Rape it. It's yours.'"
---Ann Coulter, June 2001
The Holy Spirit must have been working overtime when it beamed that message into the skull of Ann Coulter.
Satan is a New Testament whipping boy, a type of theological
The fact is that according to the Bible, Satan has more truth in him than Jesus.
Satan never tried to undermine the laws of God, nor did he issue false prophecy as Jesus did.
The character "Satan" is not a rebellious disobedient angel in the Hebrew scriptures.
There is nothing in the entire "Old Testament" that defines Satan as ever disobeying an order from God or rebelling against him.
Despite all the talk about Satan being in the Garden of Eden, Satan is never mentioned anywhere in the book of Genesis, nor do the commonly cited passages in Isaiah 14 and Ezekiel 28 ever mention Satan.
In the Hebrew scriptures, Satan is one of Gods many sons and serves as man's accuser in God's court.
Quoting a Jewish apostate named Paul renders nothing in terms
of historical credibility for the claim of Jesus being raised
from the dead.
Paul was not an eyewitness to the alleged events, having to rely on visions for his revelation and knowledge.
As mentioned earlier, Jesus didn't even qualify to be a valid king messiah.
The canon or content of the New Testament was determined by
the votes of male clerics at various Church councils held long
after the alleged god-man called Jesus lived.
There is no way to determine if those male clerics were acting according to the will of God.
Christians have to "trust" the actions of long dead clerics and believe the words told to them by modern clerics.
There was no influence by paganism?
The cult leader Jesus instructed his followers to "Eat my flesh and drink my blood."
What does God's alleged word say about the consumption of blood?
The Bible says that such an act is considered abomination by God (Lev 17:10).
Since when does abomination become a recommended ritual for salvation?
Where is this salvation ritual endorsed or validated by God in the Hebrew scriptures?
Regarding another Christian ritual, where is water baptism for the remission of sin found in the law of God?
This is also pure propaganda.
According to the Bible, God's wisdom does not revolve around the cross nor is it based on it.
Wisdom is found in the law of God(Psa 19:7), something which Paul had to trash because it competed with his new doctrine of faith in a volcano god that needed a human sacrifice to appease its wrath.
If one follows this rule, then Christian preaching is
The New Testament, and in particular the musings of Paul, are in direct conflict with the teachings given in the Hebrew scriptures. Paul taught that the law was outdated and replaced by a new system, which is faith in a human sacrifice.
According to God's word, Paul was a bogus teacher.
To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.
This wisdom was written long before the New Testament came
along and changed the rules.
However, it's ignored by Christians because it wrecks their version of "reality" by eliminating the need for Jesus.
This is exactly what Christianity does.
It erects a cardboard cutout of "God", which is a reflection of the innate fears and desires of believers, influential clerics, and leading Church officials.
It rejects the Word of God given in the "Old" Testament in favor of candy coated salvation, where God's moral absolutes are tweaked and bent to conform with Christian preferences.
Are you too lazy to keep the laws contained in the Bible?
Then all you have to do is believe in Jesus, perform a few works, and you'll be saved.
Christianity attempts to validate Jesus by ripping verses from the Hebrew scriptures and then uses them out of context, calling them "proof" texts.
The Old Testament is putty in the hands of Christians.
It never means what it says if it doesn't say what they want it to mean.
Relativism is the essence of Christianity.
Although absolutism is frequently trumpeted, Christian absolutism often turns out to be facile and subjective.
Christians won't conform to many Biblical principles so there
is no reason to lecture society about them.
For all the uproar about abortion, a moral absolute found in Num 5:11-31 states that a man can order his wife to undergo a trial by ordeal if he suspects her of being unfaithful.
If the woman is carrying the child of another man, the fetus is destroyed as part of the ritual.
This form of abortion is part of the law of God.
Where is the Christian outrage over this? Did one of God's moral absolutes go out of style?
Was this law discarded because it was unpopular? Don't Bible principles represent superior morality any longer?
Why do they ignore this moral absolute given by God which is supposed to guide human behavior?
Paul said there where lots of Jewish fables that shouldn't be believed (Titus 1:13-14).
Which Jewish fables might have been included in the "Old Testament" as history?
How can one prove if an Old Testament story is a fable or history?
Christians have already done away with the parts of Hebrew scripture that they don't like and have kept the parts that appeal to their and myths and pet doctrines.
Christians are merely repeating something written by cult
members, and then they use it to confirm cult doctrine.
It's circular validation, with its "authority" being derived from itself.
It assumes the premise(the words of Jesus), must automatically be true because the source(the New Testament) is assumed to be true.
The source is assumed to be true because if it wasn't, the whole house of cards could collapse.
However, contrary to Christian propaganda, the New Testament has not been proven to be the Word of God, infallible, or even doctrinally accurate.
The fact that the New Testament contradicts key doctrine from the Old Testament reveals the opposite.
This is a power hungry attempt to create an absolute doctrine
by using subjective opinion as a foundation.
The so-called sound and valid reasons are only sound and valid because believers want them to be.
Being completely saturated with beliefs they acquired from cult teachings and equipped with pious lies, believers such as this foist themselves on all others, portraying themselves as authorities on virtually all facets of life.
Because these believers claim to have the Holy Spirit, society is told that God approves of their conduct and agrees with everything they teach.
These zealots are after power and plenty of it, using their version of "God" as proof that their assertions and demands are superior to all others.
Anything that fails to conform to the rigid doctrine that they have created for themselves is deemed wicked.
Each sect is enslaved by chains of dogma, and like a dog at the end of a leash, their capacity for independent thought is just as limited and constrained.
Christians have been at the throats of each other for centuries, and perhaps they owe their now subdued practice of killing rival sects to the influence of a more modern secular society.
Protestants assert that Catholics worship Mary (Ave Maria-Hail Mary) in their prayers, insisting that such activity is a false gospel taught by the Devil.
Catholics assert that Protestants are Protest_Ants, rebellious heretics that have rejected the authority of the Church in pursuit of vain self-glorification.
Both sides are totally convinced they are right and that God is on their side.
To people with unlimited ambition and desire for control, the Christian "God" serves a useful purpose.
The personal or tribal quest for power and domination over others can be filtered through "God", whereby the dictates and demands of self-serving human ambition are justified by claiming that "God" ordered believers to dominate society in his name.
By doing this, believers conveniently abdicate personal responsibility and place the consequences of their actions squarely on their "God", which itself is a projection and extension of their desires, preferences, and fears.
Responsibility for problems such as religious based armed conflict, pollution, and overpopulation, are all excused by way of divine mandate. Believers can simply claim that "God wants us to do that".
In many ways this type of system is a human dream come true, a group can acquire power and control over others but never bears any of the responsibility for their actions.
The responsibility has simply been shifted to a self-serving cardboard cutout called "God".
Despite all the threats of hellfire and damnation for refusing to accept Christian cult doctrine as truth, there is no reason to wear another person's theological coat if it doesn't fit.
Nor is there any need to participate in someone else's neurosis.
Aggressive proselytizing Christianity has an insidious and toxic Jesus pacifier firmly stuck in its mouth, and wants all others to become as polarized and addicted to it as they are.
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