That’s Not What’s Happening
What has always happened since the dawn of time is the predominance of religiosity’s inducement of hostilities towards humanity
Attacks on Christians double since 2017
Violence against Christians - like the bomb attacks that killed at least 311 people in Catholic churches and hotels in…
This cherrypicked framing of attacks against christians is fallacious and absurd. There are several dominations of chrisitanity that attack one another while praising the same God.
Who is Jesus for Muslims?
Zeki Saritoprak's book Islam's Jesus examines the role of Jesus in the Qur'an and in Islamic theology. He has written…
The only difference is the associated identity of the prophet, or messenger, or Son of God that politically binds those insensitive religious beliefs to a religious tribe or religious faction.
Each faction seems to believe that His return will expose who the real chosen people are.
This is religious solipsism at its most counterintuitive of import and rationale. It is hard to imagine that there is only one chosen set of peoples that is favored by God as the protagonists over similarly created peoples, and that these unfortunate and unchosen are merely character foils or stock characters who have brought crosses to bear on this earthly journey.
This is not an oversimplification, it is just a summarization of the consequentialism of religiosity — in all its fatalistic glory manifestly in vicious cycles of violence.
No one can disprove or challenge the evidence based logic or the empirical evidence I have laid out previously in God.
My belief in God is a belief in the inestimable, and incomprehensible. An alpha and omega so indescribable that no fore and after stage of human evolution and development can explicate a meaning.
Proof of the existence of God is both tangible and intangible. God is neither singular nor plural in form.
God is surely not gendered.
God exists just as science exists, and science exists because of God.
God is indefinable by mere human standards of inculcation.
God is beyond doubt and beyond reason.
God is irreducible and cannot be found in the Bible or Qu’ran, besides there is not enough pages in it for that. As I mentioned before, the inestimable and incomprehensible cannot be described by mere humans.
Just as the phrase “it is what it is”, is indisputable, God is what it is.