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Christians Believe People are Evil

One of the issues that I have always had with Christianity is that belief that human beings are inherently evil. This means that every time they speak to another human being, they think they are talking to an evil person.

Now, I know that some people will claim that not all Christians see other people in this light and that may or may not be the case, but the belief system does push that worldview. Christians in general do believe in a God and in Jesus and yes, in general they do believe that all people are evil.

This type of worldview is not healthy for humanity. When someone changes their mind on an issue or makes a mistake, believers in this worldview are quick to yell, “Liar” rather than to give someone the benefit of the doubt. It promotes paranoia and distrust. Now don’t get me wrong, there is nothing harmful about a little healthy skepticism, but when you see everyone you meet as an evil sinner, that healthy skepticism quickly becomes unhealthy very quickly.

The Christian worldview is that God made humans good, but then Eve made Adam eat from the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, and people became evil sinners ever-after.

Personally, I think that people are neither good nor evil inherently. I think most people want to do the right thing and try hard to be moral people. Sometimes however, evil is all we know or we make poor choices in life and then get desperate to dig ourselves out of our situations. Most of the time, I think people try to be the hero in their own story and sometimes get sidetracked along the way.

I think this is a more accurate picture of the human condition and by far a healthier model for humanity. It leads atheists like me to give people the benefit of the doubt and to want to help other good people (who really wants to help out evil people, right?).

So Christians can keep their “evil sinner” bullshit, that’s not how I roll. I don’t even blame Christians for pushing this evil worldview. It really isn’t their fault. They were misled down this path. They are good people, they just don’t know it.

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