It must be the work of God!

May 9, 2010

It must be the work of God!

Filed under: Politics — antitheist19 @ 2:37 pm
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Anyone who think they can talk to Jesus probably has a mental disorder. It’s called schizophrenia people! So-called ‘believers’ have the characteristics of abnormalities in the perception or expression of reality, manifesting auditory hallucinations, paranoid or bizarre delusions about some sky-daddy, waiting for a miracle instead of doing something productive to progress their own life.

Neurobiologists could very confidently diagnose a ‘believer’ as misfiring or damage of the frontal lobe, which may affect critical thinking and/or problem solving skills. It’s probably why most call it the God ‘virus’. Actually, ‘The God Virus’, a book by author and psychologist Dr. Darrel Ray, delves deeper into the psychological decease that goes beyond analogy, offering a fascinating look at the wiggling, maddening virus itself. Because I’m not a neuroscientist, I’ll stop there.

Jesus Camp is one very disturbing topic; Indoctrination at the time of childhood can be described as ‘just an easy thing to do’, as a child’s mind is fragile to poisoning. Labeling children as ‘christian child’, ‘jewish child’ or ‘muslim child’ is simply child abuse, because there is no such thing! And if the contents of the Bible is described as facts, it’s as if teaching a child about Santa Claus to exceed innocence. It’s the equal measure of insanity to think that fairies are real, because both are stories about something radically inspired by fantasy, none of it remotely proven! Isn’t this just a shrug of the shoulders, an ‘I don’t know’ to your ignorant self?  Isn’t it time to grow up and stop believing in Santa Claus?

“All religions are crazy, but they’re not all equally violent.” — Bill Maher
Few can argue that Islam is the most violent religion there is.
According to the Qur’an:

In the name of thy Lord and Cherisher, who created –
created man, out of a mere clot of congealed blood.”
— Sura 96:1-2

To think that you’re but a mere clot of blood? This is obviously not a healthy start of consciousness. Of course, that’s only one ingredient in the happy-time mix:

“It is he who has created man from water ”
— Sura 25:54

“And God has created every living creature from water.”
— Sura 24:45

“We created man from sounding clay, from mud moulded into shape.”
— Sura 15:26

“Amongst his signs is this, that he created you from dust.”
— Sura 30:20

Blood? Water? Clay? Dust? Whoops, that’s of course scientifically wrong.

What makes an extremist? Osama bin Laden used quotes from the Qur’an to justify his declaration of war on Pervez Musharraf and the Pakistani army. Such it is translated:

“O prophet! Strive hard against the disbelievers and the hypocrites, and be harsh against them. Their abode is hell, and an evil destination it is.”
[Qur’an 9:73]
“O you who believe! Take not the Jews and Christians for your friends and protectors: they are but friends and protectors to each other. And he amongst you that turns to them is of them. Verily Allah guides not a people unjust.”
[Qur’an 5:51]

The problem here is that religion can be used to justify everything! So, what makes an extremist?

You can be a believer and at the same time accept evolution. But isn’t this, to quote Richard Dawkins: “having your cake and eating it too?”. Isn’t it only intertwining contradictions? The answer is yes. Cake is of course good tasting, but not always good for you. Of the few positive sides of religion, it can make you feel good about your existence. It isn’t healthy to think ‘what makes you feel good is good’, because if you believe that, you’re probably not a healthy person.

It’s funny how obsessed religion is with sex! What we do with our bodies in intercourse is a sin… unless you’re married… no, wait… even though you’re married… sodomy and child rape is a sin… unless you’re catholic… The list goes on and on, and I could rant about this all day!

Religion started somewhere, and the most crazy ones seem to be the most popular; Mormonism originated in the presumably ostentatious mind of Joseph Smith. Christianity, Judaism and the Muslim faith originated from the Old Testament, which is the most violent of them all, as it advocates murder, slavery, rape, incest et cetera; In a very little nutshell- a riveting good read. But somebody thought of candy-coding it a little bit. So, when we have proof that the New Testament, the Hebrew Bible and the Holy Quran are rip-offs, why is it we still blindly believe? There are so many answers to that question. It would be pretentious of me to claim full knowledge of it, so I’ll leave it to the professional, Dr. Andy Thomson:

Atheists will at least agree with certain aspects in this blog, agnostics will consider it, theists will deny it hands down, like atheists also deny the existence of God or Gods. I write this blog because no one should be subjected to this virus any longer! Religion should not be above the law! The front page news about the child molestations and catholic priests going free taken into mind, the fact of the matter is that they are… Nothing good will come of the 21st century by shutting up about this very topic!



  1. “No one should be subjected to this virus any longer!” Absolutely! I couldn’t agree more.

    Comment by vjack — May 20, 2010 @ 11:36 am | Reply

  2. Jesus camp, (shudders) thats a really scarry one, but try waiting for armageddon,
    This one will make you shit your pants, the psycho at the start actually makes machines of war for the US DOD. Theyre trying for a self-fulfilling prophecy there I think. Nice analogy with the cake, They think its the best thing all the while its eroding their brain to where they loose any hope of getting out of that “hoplessly saved” state. Faith and religion however, I would argue, are two very separate things. While faith is an individuals private delusion and generally harmless to anyone else, religion is the institutionalization of a specific set of beliefs in order to better control those that would be suceptable to the faith “virus”. Religion also has vastly more power, and subsequently, the ability to do vastly more damage when prophecy becomes self fulfilling.

    I look forward to your next post.

    Comment by TheCaptainLulz — May 30, 2010 @ 7:49 pm | Reply

    • Yeah, I agree. This was my first blog post, which actually started as a spur of the moment on facebook, and then turned out as a blog. After I started it, I’ve learned to be more careful not to say ‘religion’ when I actually mean ‘faith’. But thanks for pointing it out 😉

      Comment by antitheist19 — May 30, 2010 @ 9:11 pm | Reply

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