reply to post by KellyPrettyBear
Atheists and Anarchist has caused mankind even more suffering. It is however not words and beliefs that’s in it’s pure form causes any problems.
It’s first whenever human beings chooses to do something bad that the suffering begins.
Would you for instance believe for a second that people stops killing each other if the word “kill” is boycotted?
I am myself a strong believer in the Ancient Astronaut Theory, but I nevertheless regard myself as a Christian, and I have absolutely no problem if
people want to call our alien forefathers for God(s). Actually the aliens didn’t seem to mind either.
I am aware that the leftwing political correct establishment has (and still are) investing a lot of resources into getting rid of Christianity, sadly
they seems to have succeeded. Thus those who remains Christians in the world are rapidly becoming a smaller and smaller minority. In it’s absence
Islam is rapidly growing and taking it’s place. In my country , Christianity was recently our state religion and Christianity was taught in schools.
Today this is gone and churches are given over to Islam (for free) to be used as mosks. Our old Christian traditions are rapidly being exchanged
with different Islamic traditions. Official statistical analyzes shows that the origin ethnic race that once used to live in that land will become a
minority in their own country in just 40-50 years from now.
So Why am I writing this? I am writing this to remind people that whatever we people wants to get rid of , something else is right away taking it’s
place. If I have to choose between Christianity and Islam , I prefer the first. There could easily be a time (in the near future) when such a decision
means death, and it will be impossible to return to Christianity again. I also would like to remind people , that Christianity is not about religion
alone. To make it more understandable what it is all about, I always find it helpful to divide Christianity into Three main sub topics as follows:
1) The philosophical part. This is the part of Christianity that deals with purely religious issues. These are issues like ; Heaven and Hell, If there
is a life after death, the creation story and lots of similar issues.
2) The Moral part. This is the part of Christianity that deals with moral issues. The ten commandment and other such issues belongs here.
3) The cultural part. This is the part of Christianity that has given us the Christian identity and traditions, such as building of beautiful churches
and graveyards, Marriage, baptism and funeral ceremonies. The celebration of Christmas and Easter and much, much more.
Even though most western people today would disagree in the first sub-topic , I see now reason why someone would reject those two other sub-topics
which are essential in Christianity. Thus western atheists are perhaps more Christians then they realize. It might be an idea to call yourselves
As an aa-theorist I regarded myself as a two-third Christian for a long time, but having spent over two decades to study the multitude of ancient
texts that are out there, I have learned that (besides supporting the alien theory) it might not be entirely wise to deny some sort of a God either
Because by reading those texts I have learned that it was not mankind who initially invented Christianity or Judaism (as I earlier believed) , it was
actually our ancient alien forefathers themselves who taught us both these religions. It would take too long to get into this here , but several of
those ancient texts also reveals that the ancient aliens themselves were Christians, and thus we must assume that they didn’t have all the answers
I have been searching for answers to existential issues ever since I was a youth. To me all this knowledge and beliefs that this reading has given me,
has given me some kind of piece in mind and taught me to be (I believe) a better man.
Religious beliefs (even though I believe those Gods were aliens) has thus not turned me into something bad, on the contrary. Therefore i won’t join