Then you have come to the right place because all these questions and many more will be answered on this website. Join Anthony Roberts as he reveals the truth about Humanism and the dangers associated with following a religious lifestyle.
Religions are about human cruelties.
The history of human progress can be full of wonder and determination to improve our race, but it is also marked by cruelty, evil, and self-righteous bigotry of selected,chosen religious beliefs between races. Disbelief in gods can be easily obtained through one’s thinking brain.
Who needs Religion?
Those who need religion are people who cannot work for a living and must gain money through advocating belief in another world after death, those who wish to control people of their community, those people who are afraid of death, and are vain enough to believe they will live forever after their death. Religion has one good purpose – community controllers endorse it to keep the general public in their control.
Wise people are right!
Bertrand Russell, considered one of the most intelligent people that ever lived, was right when he was told as the majority of people on the Earth had some religious belief it must be right – he said – “The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd; indeed, in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible”.
Is the Qur’ran (Koran) right?
The ‘Holy’ book called the Qur’ran is derived from, formulated from, the Jewish and Christian myths and legends. All religions are contrived from politically generated people with a fierce desire to control their tribe or nation for personal and family political and financial advantages.
Where does happiness lie?
Happiness comes from a devoted contentment in serving one’s family, one’s friends, and one’s general community. Being proud of giving such selfless service to the welfare of all people and all life on Earth without a fierce desire of greedy gain for demonstrating such care. It is a state of mind that can be easily achieved.
The Thinking Child's God
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