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Christians vs. Christianity

When I criticize religions like Christianity, I almost always criticize the system of belief rather than the believers in the system. There are reasons for this however many Christians don’t see this distinction.

I view the belief system of Christianity as a living system, like a virus. They system adapts and changes in order to remain relevant. It takes advantage of weaknesses within the human psyche and cements itself into people’s lives. While people push this belief on others, they do so because the belief system uses them to spread itself.

I don’t blame religious believers as much as I blame the system which has taken control of them. When someone is sick and pukes, we don’t blame the person for puking; we blame the illness for causing the person to puke. The same is the case with religious believers.

When a particular Christian hates gay people, it isn’t there fault as much as it is the fault of the belief system which has distorted their moral sense.  While there are a few Christians who don’t hate gay people, it is because the system of belief has identified that compassion toward gay people would be a liability toward the spread of the belief system in those cases. As a result, the system of belief has adapted to focus on some other issue while finding a way around this issue despite the obviously fact that the Bible strongly opposes homosexuality.

Ironically, much like how Christians claim to hate the sin and not the sinner, I hate the belief system of Christianity rather than the Christian. Curing the Christian of this system of belief is difficult and takes a great deal of time. Usually, the Christian has to find their own way out, but we can help my dismantling the excuses they use to protect them from the seeing the problems with the belief system. Some of those problems are logical and some are moral. These problems must be exposed so that the believer can see them clearly and find their own way out.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/David-McDevitt/1390891833 David McDevitt

    i actually full heartily disagree. We are talking about adults, grown men and women who have made a choice act on their insane beliefs. Just like its fine for me if a person has the impulse to steal a coat lets say. But refrains from doing so. I dont care what peoples personal thoughts are when it comes to how they interact in the real world. I only care if they put them into action. in this way religious people are to blame. when i argue with christains i will happily insult and rip apart the christian faith as a whole buy at the same time illl also do the same to their personal beliefs when they act on them, or say they are true. So the idea of trying to seperate the beliefs from the person is insulting to them and to us.

    most christains dont follow all the bible, so insulting it is useless. Many follow their own bizzare ideaology that can hurt themselves and others. Ignoring that is dangerous, because it is them taking the action, not the relgion.

    once more they are grown people, don’t treat them like children.

    • http://twitter.com/DangerousTalk Staks Rosch

      Religion is a choice, but religious believers rarely choose it. Most are indoctrinated into it at near birth. Others are attacked by the system of belief when they are most vulnerable. The rest, I kind of agree with you on.

  • Barry Johnstone.

    If religionists stop insisting their opinions are facts, they might get somewhere. (Woops! I shouldn’t have said that)
    ‘Some of my best friends are religionists!’

  • Just me

    Maybe the system of Christianity that you hate is not the true Christian faith. If you should decide to search, you will find the real faith, started 2000 years ago that neither hates nor judges but just lives the faith as a way of life. (and it’s not Catholic). The evangelical system that claims Christianity is unrecognizable to me.

    • http://twitter.com/DangerousTalk Staks Rosch

      I’ve studies early Christianity a bit and I have no idea what you are talking about.