Seven reasons (among many)


To not be a Christian

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

21 thoughts on “Seven reasons (among many)

  1. Arkenaten says:

    Excellent post, Mak. Thanks for the link.

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  2. foolsmusings says:

    Thatโ€™s was a compelling argument, too bad religious people donโ€™t like compelling arguments. He needed to throw in some ludicrous concepts to get them to listen

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  3. renudepride says:

    These reasons all worked to enlighten the author towards truth and that’s both fine and good. However, others have differing causes or reasons based on their own life experiences. Whatever holds true for one doesn’t necessarily impact or influence another. Thank you for sharing this, O Exalted One! ๐Ÿ™‚ Naked hugs!

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  4. Bondage to sin. I’m a cannibalistic atheist who’s fond of both bondage AND sin, so I’m not too sure this one counts as a negative to Christianity for me. I agree with his other 6 points, however. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. basenjibrian says:

    I liked this:

    God reminds me of a man who gets a puppy, tells it not to pee on the carpet, flies into a rage when it does, hurls it outside to be abandoned forever โ€” and then considers himself the victim.

    Of course, there are critics who claim that the author doesn’t partake of the truly sophis-to-mo-kated theology that a mature believer has! (Accusing him of being a high schooler). Because most Christians operate at such a mature, sophisticated level! Hence their support for that deeply spiritual Man O’ God The Real Donald Trump!

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  6. if one takes the bible as the truth, this god allows humanity to be corrupted twice: once in Eden where it either allowed satan in or was too inept to keep it out, and again in revelation when this god allows satan out to corrupt the chrisitans.

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  7. jilldennison says:

    What a well-written analysis! Everything I have thought, but stated much better than I could have. As a child of a Jewish father and Catholic mother, I began questioning both at an early age, and since neither could give me satisfactory answers, I decided by about age 6 that the whole thing was a sham. I haven’t changed my mind since. Thanks for sharing this!

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