F Rosa Rubicondior: The Depths To Which Christians Will Sink

Tuesday 27 December 2011

The Depths To Which Christians Will Sink

Antony Garrard Newton Flew
(11 February 1923 – 8 April 2010)
Antony Flew Considers God...Sort Of:

An exposé of the claim that Anthony Flew became a Christian by historian Richard Carrier.

Worth the long read to see the depths Christian apologists will go to to keep their market intact and their income stream flowing.

And more in Anthony Flew's Bogus Book, by the same author.
My thanks to @jablomih on Twitter for providing me with the link. In his words, "Can you imagine atheists circling William Lane Craig's deathbed looking for a "conversion"? Or lying & saying he had one?"

When you show the world you know you need to lie for your cult, you show the world you know your cult is for fools who'll believe falsehoods.


Ten Reasons To Lose Faith: And Why You Are Better Off Without It

This book explains why faith is a fallacy and serves no useful purpose other than providing an excuse for pretending to know things that are unknown. It also explains how losing faith liberates former sufferers from fear, delusion and the control of others, freeing them to see the world in a different light, to recognise the injustices that religions cause and to accept people for who they are, not which group they happened to be born in. A society based on atheist, Humanist principles would be a less divided, more inclusive, more peaceful society and one more appreciative of the one opportunity that life gives us to enjoy and wonder at the world we live in.

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  1. As a Christian, I denounce the actions of anyone who would "make up" conversion stories, as if that really helps the cause. The same thing was attempted with Darwin. It's almost as if those "Christians" don't believe in what they profess, that they have to go "recruit" these other people, thinking that lends credence to their belief. I personally find it hypocritical, and really, a deviation from the teachings of Christianity.

    The biggest common complaint against Christians:

    1) They're exclusivist (Christianity teaches only Christianity is true).

    The second biggest complaint:

    2) They're hypocritical (People who call themselves Christians act in a way contrary to their professed beliefs).

    Sadly, some who wish to avoid falling into 1) only end up in 2). I say either be a Christian or don't. But of course, that's only an argument against the people of Christianity, not the teachings themselves.


  2. >> It's almost as if those "Christians" don't believe in what they profess


    If religion is both a) unsupported by evidence and b) does not lead to exclusively ethical behaviour, it is not worth bothering with.

    The religious are too eager to lie in order to impose their fairy tales on the rest of us.


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