Monday, May 4, 2009


Seriously, the more I read it and the more I think of it, the more ridiculous religion seems. There's an invisible man in the sky, watching and judging our every move. How do we know this? It's said in a book. How do we know the book is true? Because the book says so!

But actually reading the book and its stories such as the Garden of Eden and Noah's Ark that are practically indistinguishable from all the other Origin and Flood stories of the time, and all of its laws that were clearly written by arrogant, self-centered, misogynistic, xenophobic bronze-age goat herders, and all of its scientific inaccuracies and flat-out self-contradictions, one realizes that to claim that it is somehow the literal truth or an ultimate guide to morality is absurd. Sustained social taboos against the criticism of religion will lead directly to further outrageous abuses.

What's the difference between a religion and a cult? About a century.
As said by lonerook860 of YouTube, religions are runaway cults that became political.

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