Getting High On The Jesus And Mohammad Myth

Let us take a pause while we let a caravan of wise Nomadic tribesmen trudge on through this desert land.

Who told you that Christianity or Islam true?

The same people that told you that you lived on a planet, a planet that is floating in a vacuum of space, the same people that issued you a name, the same people that told you the exact location as to where you live e.g., your physical address, the same people that taught you how to walk, and to talk.

Had these same people whom you trusted to tell you the truth, had they not also told you that Christianity or Islam is true, then you would not have any reason to pretend to believe that Christianity or Islam is true.

Because you must pretend that you have faith, in order to believe that Christianity or Islam is true.

You must have a leap of faith.

Anytime you need faith in order to believe something, you are expected to abandon your own intellectual honesty and essentially lie to yourself, knowing full well deep down inside that Christianity or Islam could not possibly be true.

To be saved, kill the old self and lie to the new self, step beyond reality into mental delusions of pseudo grandeur.

Don’t you think it’s time to quit fooling yourself into believing such incredible imbecilic nonsense?

Your longing for a belief in the unbelievable is that you are willing to deny the obvious?

The obvious truth being, that it's all a lie.

Do you not have any more respect for yourself than to immerse yourself in a lie?

15 comments:

JayBird's Joint said...

This one is very easy...Watch this:

Steven,
Who told you that Christianity is False?

The same people that told you that you lived on a planet, a planet that is floating in a vacuum of space, the same people that issued you a name, the same people that told you the exact location as to where you live e.g., your physical address, the same people that taught you how to walk, and to talk.

Ha, Ha....I like that.

Steven Bently said...

No one told me it was false, I've always known it was false.

But someone had to tell you it was true, with a threat of hell to coax you to believe, you're afraid not to believe in the nonsense.

Corey Bishop said...

Yeah, I fear God. Point being? At least I have a fear. Hell is a literal burning place in the center of the universe. Someone had to tell U it wasn't true if you don't believe it anymore.

JayBird's Joint said...

"No one told me it was false, I've always known it was false."

Untrue. Your atheist friends tell you all the time.

I don't need to be told God exists to believe it, people tell me otherwise all the time, (like you). I have researched it for myself....the evidence is unignorable.
So, unignorable that even atheists (like yourself) spend much of there time being angry about it. In fact, they are so angry about God, that they are actually angry AT God, assisting in proving His existance.

Corey Bishop said...

Right Jaybird. They talk about him so much, they make it to where he is there, (which he is)

Steven Bently said...

How can you be angry with something that does not exist?

JayBird's Joint said...

This is what I would like to know...
Your the one who doesn't believe in God, yet creates a blog to vent your anger about it. Sounds silly doesn't it?

Corey Bishop said...

Reminds me of that stupid Smashmouth song: I'm a believer! He is!

Steven Bently said...

Where is anything posted on my blog as being angry, just because I said it was all a lie, is that being angry, is telling the truth being angry?

It makes xtains angry, because I'm disrupting their little make believe fairy tale mental delusion, that momma told them it was all true.

Deacon Barry said...

There is anger. Not at God. As Steven says, how can you get angry at something that doesn't exist?
The anger comes from fear. Fear of the establishment of a christian theocracy, where old testament law becomes paramount, where the rights of atheists, pagans, muslims, women, and gay and transgender people, are eroded, where science is emasculated, and education devalued.
We know what people are capable of when inspired by fanaticism. Many atrocities in history were committed by people who thought that what they were doing was just and necessary.
Now I'm an outsider. I live in Scotland where religion is not even on the radar as far as issues go. People who profess their christianity are looked on as a bit weird. Church is seen as something for old people, and congregations are dwindling. You don't get any automatic respect for saying you're a christian here, that you seem to get in America.
Most people here are nominally christian because that's what they were christened. But there's widespread apathy about the subject, which is allowing it to whither away.
If the USA became a theocracy, it would have far reaching effects on the world. Its foreign policy would be affected by a biblical worldview, and what could be more important than preparing the way for the return of Jesus? By force if necessary.

Corey Bishop said...

Steven, if you care enough to create a blog of something you don't know how about:

1. How stupid are you?
2. He does exist, so it makes you look worse!
3. You created this to convince others not to believe, I've actually gotten more comments saying they ARE a believer after reading this, because they realize how stupid and unexplainable your reasons and beliefs are! THANKS FOR THE HELP!

JayBird's Joint said...

"Where is anything posted on my blog as being angry, just because I said it was all a lie, is that being angry, is telling the truth being angry?"

Anyone can read it in writings...you don't hide you angry little atheist attitude very well. Especially since you are getting a Biblical beating....

By the way you never answered me when I asked....why did you delete all of those previous articles you posted??

"The anger comes from fear. Fear of the establishment of a christian theocracy, where old testament law becomes paramount, where the rights of atheists, pagans, muslims, women, and gay and transgender people, are eroded, where science is emasculated, and education devalued."

Fear of a Theocracy? A Theocracy is a nation ruled by God alone. "the rule of God" You don't have to worry about God ruling if you truly believe he doesn't exist.
Christians are not out to force anything on anyone. We only spread the Gospel and allow individuals to accept or reject. God recieves no glory from forcing people to believe and love Him.

Steven Bently said...

Thanks for the help Deacon, these two just do not get it, talk about dense...ha ha ha

Corey Bishop said...

Thanks Jaybird. These two just don't get it. Talk about being sent to Hell, we are trying to tell them.

Steven Bently said...

Where's hell at? In a book, written by men.

This magnificent pile of shit destroyed by the god of lightning!!!

This magnificent pile of shit destroyed by the god of lightning!!!
Big Butter Jesus, Destroyed!! In the twinkling of an eye....LOL

Divine Justice?

Divine Justice?
Jebus is in hell...!

This eyesore off of I-75 in Ohio finally gone, Praise Tha Friggin Lord...LOL

This eyesore off of I-75 in Ohio finally gone, Praise Tha Friggin Lord...LOL
Ahh... that looks much better! Thank You!, Thank You!, Jeebus!..LOL