Religion is a Sham

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Knock, Knock . . .

How many of you experience spiritual lightweights knocking on your door to "sell" their brand of religion? Neighborhood Missionaries" generally call on a weekend morning, generally just before or during breakfast to ask if you want their publication, or if you want to talk about their particular... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, April 15, 2005

Out of Curiosity . . . .

How many of you inspect the financial reports at your church? Are your funds, and they do come from you, used in a manner you want them to? More importantly, are your funds being used in a way that your deity would approve of. If not, then you need to re-evaluate. For, you will be judged on what you... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, April 10, 2005

Sunday - A Day of Worship?

Or a day to go to some building where a person, likely more a sinner than you, gives you advice on living a "godly life." Ironic, isn't it. Whatever divine power there is is not limited to a particular building and certainly does not speak through particular persons who hold degrees in theology. Use... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, April 7, 2005

Sham artists in religion shame their believers . . .

Realizing no one is perfect, is it not rational to expect that religious leaders at least have an average sense of morality, rather than the depravity they seem to show? But they keep coming back: Swaggart, Bakker, Robertson, Ainsley, et al. Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Pick Any Religion: There is no rational basis . . .

nothing in the realm of religion or spirituality has empirical basis. Sign in to see full entry.

Sham Promises . . . .

Religion promises heavenly rewards for some and hell fire for others. What a crock! Natural laws will prevail. Whatever happens to one soul (if such exists) will happen to all souls. The promises of eternal rewards and eternal damnation are merely tools used by religion to control those weak enough... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, April 5, 2005

Although I admired the person of the Pope . . . . .

I believe his religion is a sham; look at all the wealth that is put into decorative buildings, land holdings, fancy vestments, etc., while they "serve" the poor of the world. Wouldn't God want His children to be helped, or, at least for the poor to not be robbed just to furnish large and beautiful... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, April 1, 2005

Schindlers' Spokesperson, the "Priest"

I write here of the "good priest," Rev. Frank Pavone, whose interests seemed to be closer to being in the limelight, and closer to bringing glory to his organization than to helping heal wounds between the two families, the Schindlers and the Sciavos families. If his religion is correct about... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, March 31, 2005

Spiritual Falsies?

All religion is an attempt to know the unknowable, and to pretend we have discovered what cannot be known. Why do we, mankind, use spiritual falsies? is it to recognize gods that don't exist, and to appease their non-existent anger? One of these days we will mature beyond the psychological and... Sign in to see full entry.

Proof that religion is a sham . . . . .

or, rather, examples of sham artists in religion: Terry Randall, Oral Roberts, Pat Robertson, any Pope, Ernest Ainsley, Reverend Ike, Jim Bakker, Van Imp, Josh McDowell, Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, et al. Sign in to see full entry.

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