What is theology?

Theology is the science whose object is only incomprehensible things. Unlike all other science fields, it occupies itself with things that cannot be seen or touched. Theology must be called “the kingdom of darkness.” In this kingdom, everyone obeys laws opposed to those which men acknowledge the world they inhabit. In this marvellous region, light… Continue reading

Religion keeps illusions alive

Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed. That’s ok if you are an adult. You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of your choice. Children don’t understand the consequences of their decisions. Just as children believe in Father Christmas and the Easter bunny, they blindingly believe in Jesus. They also believe in eternal hell if they don’t believe in him. Father Christmas and the Easter bunny do not have these threats weaved in as part of the philosophy, so they lose interest and realise it’s not true. Religion has the fear factor for which children have no answer, and they are too scared to say no.

War and Peace

War and Peace, a different perspective. If only people are willing to see the deception of politicians they will understand we are all pions in a business game. Only the dead go free. There are images that are so good that adding words is futile. This is one of them. The image spoke.

Re-evaluate your morals

If this scene does not bother you try imagining it with your pets sitting there. This is a crime to innocent animals. The owner is not a farmer, he’s a brutal sadistic torturer and narcist. I can only imagine that in a 1000 years time this will be illegal. Let’s hope. I don’t see it happening in the near future. Big companies are making too much money without environmental consequence.

Do Eskimos go to hell?

You can only go to hell if you know God. It’s one of the most significant flaws in religion. The same applies to babies and children. At what age do children understand the concept of God, faith and going to hell for your sins. If not knowing means automatic entrance to the Pearly Gates, why would missionaries feel the urge to crush that privilege? Is it just no better to never know?