Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Christianity's views on sin

...is absolute bullshit. A sin CAN NOT be inherited. How the hell can a newborn baby be already cursed with original sin? This makes a complete mockery of true morality, which requires both an understanding of right and wrong, and that individual's willful intention to do wrong (in order to determine immorality.)

Also, a blood sacrifice can not pay for a persons sin... It is an archaic flawed view of morality that says that as long as there is blood spilled to apease a god (and innocent blood at that) then the crime is forgiven.

How can someone else pay for your sins? In what sense is morality and justice served if someone, say, offers to take the place of a condemned criminal in the electric chair? Does this change the fact that the criminal has not been held responsible for his actions? And how is the innocent death anything more than a sad, pointless waste that doesn't add a grain to the overall moral equation?

This is corrupt morality, removing responsibility from the sinner and causing a dangerous volatile mindset where anything goes as long as you repent before the buzzer (also known as the "miraculous death row conversion")

Blinded by the numbing repition and familiarity of this salvation plan, Christians fail to see the stark depravity and poison that drips from it. Indeed, if this is not superstitous witchcraft, then I don't know what it is. Well, that isn't entirely true, but Christians spells cast through prayer and cannabalistic ritual of religion certainly is related to witchcraft.



TL;DR A SIN CANNOT BE INHERITED NOR CAN A BLOOD SACRIFICE PAY FOR A PERSONS SIN

15 comments:

  1. great post, never been religious but i understand it

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  2. What if you were born from your mom cheating on her husband would you be a sin then?

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  4. I'm a sinner baby so why don't you kill me !

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  7. A lot of Christians inherited their Christianity.

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  8. Not to mention Communion... Let's assume it IS blood. Why am I drinking it again?

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