Odd as it may seem, as I searched for the bizarre I discovered that I wasn’t going down the rabbit hole; I was climbing out of it. ~ JiggerJ
Boy, what a mess! The more I’ve looked at this life we’ve created — our beliefs, cultures, societies — the more I came to realize that it’s all a complete lie. To say that how we’re living is insane would be an understatement. So, just look at what I’m about to show you so that you would at least know the truth, because knowing the truth has to always be better than living a lie, no matter how horrific that truth is. And, of course, the biggest lie has to be the belief in gods.
Most monotheistic beliefs are based on the idea that there is an ALL-knowing, ALL-powerful, supernatural being that lives with a bunch of winged angels in paradise, while a demon, possibly with horns and a pointy tail waits to torture everyone in a land of fire and brimstone. Upon reading this it should be that even the most fanatical of believers should wake up and say, “Well, now that you put it that way it does sound utterly absurd.” Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. Oh, and it gets worse from here.
A man once flew to heaven on a creature that had the body of a horse, the head of a man, the wings of a giant bird, and the tail of a peacock. And, just for kicks, on the way to heaven this man cut the moon in half with his sword. Really? How can even one adult human believe in this nonsense, much less a billion of them?
I can hear them now, “Hey, you don’t know if it’s true or not!” Well, in response I can say the same thing about mermaids, leprechauns, and werewolves. No one can find evidence one way or the other on fictional creatures that don’t exist. However, when a whole book of tales has zero evidence to back it up, it’s a pretty good bet that it’s a book of complete fiction. Have a look at all of the baseless claims in the bible (and if you think they aren’t baseless claims then please provide evidence for anything listed below):
There is no evidence for the
Garden of Eden
Samson getting his strength from his hair
Two She-Bears killing 42 boys for calling someone a baldy head
Jonah living three days in the belly of a big fish, IN the ocean, UNDER water
A woman turning into a pillar of salt
No evidence of Egypt ever enslaving the Jews
God on Mt. Sinai
All firstborn of Egypt dying
Parting of the Red Sea
The Jews roaming the desert for 40 years
The stone tablets containing ten commandments
Ark of the covenant
Miracles performed by Jesus
The dead saints rising from their graves to roam the city during the crucifixion
Jesus rising from the dead
No evidence that a death can force a god into forgiving sin
Jesus ascending into heaven
There is also no evidence of
Or anything supernatural
To believe in such claims with such an overwhelming lack of evidence has become an embarrassment to mankind in the 21st century. We should have grown out of this childishness by now. But, sadly, we haven’t.