posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 09:50 PM
reply to post by Grimpachi
No man, scientist or preacher has ever found out what we are or where we come from. Nobody yet knows what life, existence or God is, neither the
purpose of it all. We have theories, ideas, hypothesis. So this school, equally ignorant about the origins of man or the Universe, think they
should tell children which idea is and isn't the truth? How absurd.
Absolutely agree with this. In fact, when taken to it's logical conclusion atheism as a proposition of some kind represents the very height of
ignorance. That it (atheism) wants to burn and throw away the wisdom of the ages and the knowledge it may contain, while offering nothing but a very
strong assumption based in no information and no knowledge doesn't help matters, when what we really need, especially now, is to find the roots and
origins and sacred knowledge by which we might discover our true place and our true nature and in so doing come straight into an inheritance created
for our own enjoyment, from the very origin of all creation. Imagine losing that heritage even if only as a latent possibility or potentia, without
access to the means by which to re-discover it again.. forever lost in a materialist-monist and seperative "thingness" of existence, all because of "a
strong, contemptuous bias prior to investigation, which is a surefire way to keep a person in everlasting ignorance." (Herbert Spencer, Scientist,
Religion is no longer anything to fear, but a staunch and militant atheism sure is because it's based and founded on ignorance which presumes to know
something and which seeks to kill and destroy something of which is has no understanding nor even the desire to understand.
I honor people's right to label themselves an atheist (even though I think that's an absurd folly), but to actively TEACH it, as some sort of noble
pursuit is kind of abhorrent but for reasons that would never occur to the atheist, even in a million years.
edit on 28-9-2013 by NewAgeMan because: (no reason given)