Evil bible god? YES OF COURSE

Evil bible god? YES OF COURSE Let’s talk about Christianity. Tenets of Secular Ethics? My Atheistic (socialist-anarchist) Humanism? Religion vs. Science, Don’t Confuse Beliefs Psychological certainty and Epistemic certainty? Axiological Atheism Morality Critique: of the bible god God believers, especially some fanatical christains, like to say I hold god to a human standard. Well, ok, but you don’t hold your god to any standard, as whatever god does you will rejoice proving you are no more morally solvent than the unjust god you so desperately champion as the most moral god. So, sorry claims are nothing without the evidence to substantiate them, yes all your god claims even that you say is a good or just being must contain demonstrable connected qualities, so you need proof or your assertions are unfounded and the info that is provided in bible authors crime’s attribute to its god of torment and hell removes all claims to this. Good is not doing harm and doing help thus your bible god is indeed not all good. In fact, as expressed in the bible, when viewed through an unwavering morality critique it deserves, just looking at the facts without the excuses offer the bible god, is more than enough to expose his utter moral failures. I hold god to the standard he holds us too. Bible believers like saying the bible guides their morality but which morality offered in the bible are they using the good cop or the bad cop pseudo morality game. Christians love saying their god of the bible is all good and gives free will, so any harm that humans endure...

Atheist, Antitheist, and Antireligionist

Atheist, Antitheist, and Antireligionist   I am an atheist (lack belief in or rejection of god$).   I am an anti-theist (rejection of or see theism as harmful, ie. belief in god$ or the concepts themselves as harmful).   I am an anti-religionist (rejection of or see religion as harmful, ie. all religion or religious philosophy is harmful including ones without gods).   This is not full definitions just quick...

Hell claims debunk gods?

Hell claims debunk gods?   This can be done once one applies the completion of critical thinking skills with an axiological atheist “argument from evil”, which are leveled as a way to expose how claims of hell debunk gods. This may be a kind of argument from evil but it is kind of applied backward so to say. As we know the creation of any hell would be evil, and any god that is attached to a hell belief, either debunks a good god, leaving only an evil god as that’s all one could be if hell is real. But this is also problematic as any evil god would not see any benefit is staying to all intents and purposes non-existent in the world we can know, or ever have direct access to find knowledge from. A malevolent god, I remind you would enjoy our full knowledge, as this would match the terrorist’s personality of a hell god creator which would be to Incite fear, as he would be better served in this only by demonstrating hell god existed. And thus, no hell god could exist, just as any similar sadistic planetary drowning god would see little value in creating any heavens either. Hell is a twisted idea, almost topping the moral monster god said to have created it Thank god they don’t exist. But all joking aside I would more rightly thank reason. As we no longer need stories about nature when we ourselves can do it by just going outside. Religion sells a fake product and the belief in gods is like a spiritually transferred...

Yes, you need to know about Animism to understand Religion

Yes, you need to know about Animism as it helps understand a core (even if now a small part) of almost all religious thinking. Forget Religions’ Unfounded Myths, I Have Substantiated “Archaeology Facts.” [Antireligionist] My blogs that address Religion: Archaeology, Anthropology, Philosophy and History Sedentism and the Creation of goddesses as well as gods Main deity or religious belief systems Jews, Judaism, and the Origins of Some of its Ideas Damien, What’s Worse Christians or Spiritual Non-religious? First Patriarchy: Split of Women’s Status & First Hierarchy: fall of Women’s Status Gobekli Tepe: “first human made temple” Catal Huyuk “first religious designed city” Animism: the (often hidden) religion thinking all religionists (as well as most who say they are the so-called spiritual and not religious which to me are often just reverting back to have to Animism (even though this religious stance is often hidden to their realization so they are still very religious whether they know it or not) some extent or another. Ref Possible Religion Motivations in the First Cave Art? Interconnectedness of religious thinking Animism, Totemism, Shamanism, and Paganism and Beyond So, it all starts in a general way with Animism (theoretical belief in supernatural powers/spirits), then this is physically expressed in or with Totemism (theoretical belief in mythical relationship with powers/spirits through a totem item), which then enlists a full-time specific person to do this worship and believed interacting Shamanism (theoretical belief in access and influence with spirits through ritual), and then there is the further employing of myths and gods added to all the above giving you Paganism (often a lot more nature-based than most...