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Corrupting Force of Christianity

It is my view that the Christian belief system is a corrupting force to society to individual humanity. This is not a criticism of people who are Christian necessarily, but it is a criticism of the system of belief that such people subscribe to. This system of belief has taken on a life of its own and that life is a corrupting force to humanity and to human society.

I am not alone in this view, author Daniel Ray even wrote a book on this very topic called, “The God Virus: How Religion Infects Our Lives and Culture.” My argument is that the Christian belief system indoctrinates the young, preys on people’s fears and insecurities, and seeks to convert people at moments of emotional weakness. Once people have been corrupted by this system, they preach a message that ALL people are evil and need to be saved through vicarious blood redemption. If one is not a believer, they are told that they will be tortured for all eternity. This terrorism then causes the convert to push the corruption onto those he or she loves in order to “save” them for eternal torture. This spreads the corruption further.

Some people see such corruption as a good thing citing positive life changes and various good works that particular Christians do in the name of their religion. After all, the system can only be considered a system of corruption if it is bad, right? Not exactly, the system is corrupt if it causes humanity to deteriorate systematically.

Humans are defined as Rational Animal and the Christian system of belief causes rationality to deteriorate. Christianity teaches at best that faith trumps reason and in many cases that reason is worthless. But what do these terms mean? The Bible defines faith as the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. In other words faith is wishful thinking without evidence. Reason on the other side of the spectrum is thinking based on evidence and informed judgment. The Christian belief system pushes the idea that humans are not rational animals. At best, we would be faithful animals to God, but in many cases, humans aren’t even considered animals at all. This in my view is a corruption of what it means to be human.

As for the corruption of society, that is more complicated. It is easy for me to point out the various atrocities and negative affects that Christianity as a system of belief is responsible for. I can talk about events and attitudes in the past and even talk about what is going on right now in the present with fundamentalist believers and even some mainstream attitudes and empathies, but Christians will quickly point out a few of the good things that they do in the name of their religion. They will insist that we make a Santa Claus style list to see if Christianity is naughty or nice. I welcome such a list since I think the naughty far out weighs the nice. But that isn’t really the point. Christians can do whatever they like and call that Christianity. But does the system of belief push those attitudes and activities or is it the growing secular and humanistic movement that has forced Christians to re-interpret their system of belief in order for that system to continue its corruption?

The strength of the Christian system of belief is ironically enough evolution. The system has evolved in to the roles of the good cop and the bad cop in order to continue spreading its corruptive force. It is not humans that are the corrupt evil sinners, but rather the Christian system of belief which is corrupt and evil. We must fight that system.

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    The fact that it is both false and harmful suggests to me that we are not only within our rights to oppose it but that we bear some moral responsibility to do so.