So the 10 commandments isn’t anything to go by either right?

Atheists Rise in Reason: which is what the commenter responded too “Damien, like how dumb are you, least you know there is a God that’s a start.” – Challenger My response, who knows a what a god claim really is as its all make believe. I mean come on, you don’t know a god anything as you only remember the myths don’t you or you make up your own that are no, better right? All I have ever hear are evidence lacking claims or misinterpreted nature claimed as being god or evidence of god but not one god claim ever is any truer than any others as they are all reality confused claims, yes most are quite dumb outright as not once has magic ever been proven, not even in small ways. So, claims of super magic gods are thus even more ridiculous claims to believe, right? “Magic Gods. Oh the laughter…so the 10 commandments isn’t nothing to go by either right.” – Challenger My response, I will give you my thoughts on the 10 commandments. 42 Principles Of God Maat 2000 Years Before Ten Commandments. Maat was an Egyptian Goddess. From Tour Egypt: Ma’at, unlike Hathor and Nephthys, seemed to be more of a concept than an actual goddess. Her name, literally, meant ‘truth’ in Egyptian. She was truth, order, balance and justice personified. She was harmony, she was what was right, she was what things should be. It was thought that if Ma’at didn’t exist, the universe would become chaos, once again! From Wikipedia: Maat or Ma’at was the ancient Egyptian concept of truth, balance, order, harmony, law,...

Exposing Scientology, Eckankar, Wicca and Other Nonsense?

New Religious Movements Same Old Reasonless Nonsense “Exposing Scientology, Eckankar, and Wicca” Ron Hubbard, who founded the religion of scientology, was a liar by telling his followers that he was Nuclear Physicist, educated in advanced physics and higher mathematics, a student of Sigmund Freud and others, and researched years ago at George Washington University. In fact, Hubbard had no scientific degrees. In 1979, Hubbard was a criminal, found guilty of fraud, and sentenced to four years in prison. Scientology is not above using ethically questionable tactics and the worst of these is called Fair Game. The scientology organization claims to have ceased using fair game but many people have experienced harassment since that claim was made. What is fair game? As part of this fair game, scientology members have created and distributed pamphlets that are full of lies and slander against people who have publicly protested against them. In fair game, scientology members may be tricked, sued, lied to, deprived of property, injured, or destroyed by any means by any scientologist without any discipline of the scientologist. You think this an exaggeration well scientology has killed Lisa McPherson (February 10, 1959 – December 5, 1995), who was a scientologist and died of a pulmonary embolism while under the care of the flag service organization (FSO), a branch of the church of scientology. When Lisa died, scientology was indicted on two felony charges of “abuse and/or neglect of a disabled adult and practicing medicine without a license,” which put the nature of scientology beliefs and practices under trial. The heated controversy included regular pickets outside the scientology offices on or...

Who knows what a “god-claim” really is?

Who knows what a “god-claim” really is?   Who knows a god rather they simply believe in a god claim they think they know on faith as if that is proof of anything but feelings. Be honest, who knows a what a god claim really is outside am empty claim, as it’s all make believe. I mean come on, you don’t know a god anything as you only remember the myths don’t you or you make up your own that are no better right? All I have ever hear are evidence lacking claims or misiturpraded nature claimed as being god or evidence of god but not one god claim ever is any more true than any others as they are all reality confused claims, yes most are quite domb outright as not once has magic ever been proven, not even in small ways. So claims of super magic gods are thus even more ridiculous claims to believe right? I know what all god claims are, which is they are flawed conspiracy theories of reality. You will always fail to prove a specific god?   Religion is big on claims but small of real reasoning. Take the Abrahamic faiths they propose a very specific well defined god but are fond of a very unspecified god of naturalistic inferred theistic creationism or intelligent design. In other words when pressed to demonstrate god in the world or as the reason for the big bang they can only at best try and surmise a magical power or unknown and unknowable possible something as the “creator” but how does that do a thing to...