To die as a Christian is to die against nature *
If the Christian religion were true, I would be the first to embrace it. It is not. It is false. It is unnatural and anti-human.
God doesn’t exist, and all believers and non-believers know it.
Christ is fiction, like Don Quixote and Madame Bovary.
The Madonna is a ridiculous invention.
Heaven and Hell are just flatus vocis, non-existent and meaningless places and names.
Man is mortal.
Religion, therefore, is only politics, nothing but politics, one of the worst in the world. It only sells opium, fiction, social poison, illusions, lies, falsehood, rivalry and difference of opinion. With its ghostly and deadly merchandise, steals the lives of believers and, in the end, puts them in a coffin and sends them into nothingness with empty words and false promises. Is there something more diabolical and monstrous in the whole world?
Life is unique, is beautiful, is fantastic, is priceless and every man who is born is a god who is born and a god who dies. Watch out then, watch out the deadly traps the priests have placed everywhere around the world!
* I don’t want to offend anyone, but unfortunately I have no choice: between false and true, I choose the true.
I see faith in Christ Jesus as faith in Restorative Justice. The Golden Rule is we receive the type of justice we demand for others. This rule of law works for both those who seek Retributive Justice that brings destruction and death, equally for those seeking Restorative Justice that brings healing and new life by forgiveness and correction, repentance and restitution. That is the choice we make: between retributive based on unforgiveness/rejection or restorative based on forgiveness/reconciliation. All the wisest people I know seek correction in truth for the sake of justice and peace. We cannot make corrections to establish common truth if we are too busy rejecting judging and punishing each other.
Nghiem Emily I would be the first to accept God, Christ, Our Lady, etc., if they existed, but they don’t exist, they are only a products of our imagination. If we don’t think about them, they are already forgotten. “The Golden Rule” then could only be created by humans, but to this day no one created it. The political reality is that that we live in a world governed as if it were a concentration camp. This is the world we live in. A world this created by God? An omnipotent, omnipresent, righteous, wise, loving God? In fact, I don’t see “wise men” in this so made world and if there was anyone, he can’t do anything against the evil that reigns in it. The question is: Do we want to continue dreaming or try to live with reality?