Guest post: Atheism’s Conclusion by Rational Thinking” by Marquis Amon

Guest post: Atheism’s Conclusion by Rational Thinking” by Marquis Amon Religion causes irrational thought because it is not reality-based. Irrational thinking alters judgment in reality, therefore not mentally healthy. Society must remain secular to protect everyone for that reason. It isn’t about enforcing atheism; it is about having equality in reality, for everyone. The idea of sin offends me. “So you are saying my creator created me with the capability of offending him, yet knew this in advance that’d he’d be offended?” Illogical and petty of said god. Which is why I champion secularism, every other away oppresses someone or lessens their value. In societies with dominant religions even if they allow other religions view others not of the religion as inferior, because the religion teaches that the religion itself is right. That is flawed thinking… I oppose religion, but not human rights. People have a right to believe, but that right should not be forced on others. Even if god existed, it would violate human rights. Therefore I oppose the concept. A god that would not violate human rights would not need to be believed in. So morally speaking, there is never a need to believe in such gods. The existence of god would be proof of manifestation in reality; no one says that we have to agree with the concepts by the entity even if it did create the universe. Capability/ability is irrelevant in equality. God would merely possess ableism not an account of virtues of character. It is being intellectually honest. Both of us possess ethical objections to gods. That is what theists miss most. Regardless of...