Religion is made up cope by an animal that is afraid of it's own death.

Religion is made up cope by an animal that is afraid of it's own death. You have to be an actual <85IQ troglodyte to not see this invalidating bias.

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Maybe, but it's more convenient and comforting to think this way.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP pretends not to believe in God because he knows he's going to hell for trooning out.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      you must be 18 or older to post here
      go back

      [...]

      .party/

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      You don’t go to hell for trooning out, you go to hell for not being Christian. This whole “All Atheists secretly believe in god” cope is inherently flawed.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        All atheists believe in God, as shown through their behavior where they try and do everything they can to spite Him while their lives spiral downward.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >If someone shitposts to anger a group it meams they really believe in that group
          It isn’t hard to make Evangelicals shit their pants in anger and it’s very rewarding to see.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >I was only shitposting

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Noooo you don’t get it people do obscene things to anger god not his followers
            Why would I need to try to anger god? He’s a passively butthurt foot fetishist.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't hate God, I hate my parents!
            lel

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Everything about Christianity is about god living a perfect life to lead us by example for the very rules and wisdom he gave to us. He lived a perfect life, teaching and healing as he went, then allowed himself to be captured, tortured, and murdered so everyone could get into heaven.
            Do these sound like the actions of a god whose watching your every move to try and find every reason why you shouldn't get into heaven? Or do they sound like the actions of a god whose going out of his way to find you innocent and make getting into heaven as easy as possible?

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Sir this is off-topic for my thread, you are acting quite deranged.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's impossible to not believe in Theo. The first commandment is not a suggestion, it's a law of nature.

        It was said, that you are Elohim. Why are some still confused that the first law is, "you shall have no Elohim before ME".

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >magical sky bread
          3 John 1:9 speaks against the idea of a magic "Sky Daddy"

          The one who is nurished by the Sky Daddy loves to be first, and this one will not welcome us.With wicked, slothful, and malicious words, he spreads idle nonsense and gossip about the multitude of egos. He does not accept his brothers, and he forbids others form accepting their brothers. Thus, he turns brothers away from the body of Christ.

          Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil, but what is good.Anyone who does what is good is from Theo.Anyone who does what is evil has not seen Theo.The followers of Mother Earth are witnessed by all, and witness all, and relate to truth itself. This is how you know that the tests are true.

          Who is this "Theo" you spergs are on about? I've literally only seen this name/term spammed in recent threads on this board.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            The captain of the greek goddess of the dawn.
            The downward triangle, and inverse illuminati.
            The arch angel Michael.
            I am the son of Jack's lonely narrator.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            At it's core, it's an arbitrarily small number that gives ownership of the angular position of a vector to the void. This is before they are all summed up together. The core can produce an error if the regression test fails.

            Also,
            The permittivity of a vacuum, or free space, proceeded by the angle before it is all summed up.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            A cave man opened his eyes and saw this, and was excited. He pointed at it and made a guteral gulping noise with the back of his throat. "Gouu"

            The son of the cave man saw his father pointing with excitement, and also got excited. He started walking toward what his happy father was pointing at. The son pushed air out of his mouth and began smacking his tongue against the top if his mouth, "dawdawdawdaw!"

            A third cave person could not see exaclty what they were looking at, but he could see their excitement, so he memorized the sounds they created, and put them together in his mind.

            Far off in the distant future, Our Anon still remembers.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      That looks painful. You better repent OP.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      /pol/troony cope

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >you must be 18 or older to post here
    >go back

    [...]

    .party/

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Christtroony mental breakdown and deflection

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    you're not wrong.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Place the hooded person in the middle of the curve and have him say "No no no I don't wanna die please I actually get to live in paradise forever, right? Yes that's the truth, I'm sure" and your image would be correct.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Unironically there is alot of evidence that proves Jesus was the son of god and you'd be hard pressed to find a credible, knowledgable scholar who doesn't agree that he was a real person and was in fact baptized and crucified.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Unironically there is alot of evidence that proves Jesus was the son of god
          LMAO

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            The ENTIRE purpose of the bible, both old and new testament, is about proving this through the same way we know anything about history, by writing it down as it happens.

            The old testament is full of ancient laws, tales of creation, prophecies, and records of bloodlines, all of which lead up to the messiah.

            For thousands of years israelites knew that god would send a messiah, aa he gave dozens of prophecies about his coming. to name just a few, he would be born to the bloodline of David, in the city of Bethlehem.
            The entire Old Testament records the line of David and all his heirs up to the birth of Jesus in Bethleham.
            The entirety of the gospels is the people who knew Jesus and spent their lives with him recording his sayings, acts, and miracles as eyewitnesses as they happened, and passing them on to future generations.
            What sets this apart from false religions like Islam is that the prophet of Islam and his friends who supported him achieved material wealth while not fulfilling any prophecies and threatening those who did not believe him.
            Jesus DIED. Jesus KNEW he would die, and he let it happen willingly. His disciples who spent their lives with him did not become rich or famous, and were all later persecuted and almost all executed for going against the law at the time.
            Muhammad=gave riches to those who supported him, just like any king. Became famous through conquest. The ONLY reason anyone would follow this man, is out of fear.
            Jesus=offered nothing but miracles and wisdom, and healed hundreds of people, and he and his followers were persecuted. The ONLY reason why a real person, let alone dozens or eventually thousands, would publicly go against the law to support this man and ensure his teachings and the records of his miracles are preserved for future generations FOR FREE UNDER THREAT OF PERSECUTION is because they were so absolutely convinced that was what they had truly witnessed; fulfilling prophecies written millennia before he was even born.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Why did they only write about it 70 years after it happened then?

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >i believing in god so I automatically have an IQ of 145!!!

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I don't believe in god so I automatically have an IQ of 145!

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      If the bell curve meme was real, there wouldn't be a negative correlation between religiosity and IQ.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        the average IQ of atheists is higher though

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          The average IQ of an athiest is a midwit. I have literally never met an athiest who wasn't absolutely convinced they weren't one of the smartest people alive and that everyone around them who wasn't an atheist was just a mindless sheep.
          Atheists seem to all be under the grand delusion that noticing a few things in the bible that don't make sense at face value and using that to draw the conclusion that the whole story doesn't make sense and god can't exist is some sort of profound, world-shattering insight only reachable by the most deep-thinking of intellectuals.
          The truth is there has never been a single religious person in the history of the world who has never had a crisis of faith or doubted their beliefs. EVERYTHING humans believe is based on faith, from our science, history, and even our money. The natural conclusion of faith is some degree of skepticism; but for some reason these same "intellectuals" see fit to ONLY question religious faith, often by making the most characteristic of midwit errors: not doing enough of their own research.
          The bible is an extremely complex and esoteric series of books, letters, and writing detailing creation, laws, prophecies, bloodlines, and wisdom. It wasn't written by one person, the very name "bible" literally means "collection of books". Written by numerous people over the course of thousands of years. Each book is meant to be but one piece of the whole puzzle. To simply open up the bible and start reading at any random point without the historical knowledge on why it was written and by who and for what purpose is a recipe doomed to fail. You will never understand its true meaning if you don't have the full history and context.

          character limit reached, cont.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >the average athiest is midwit because I meet athiests who say I'm dumb and are wienery. We have faith in many things so why can't you believe in in god? You'll never actually know what it means so it must be true.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            we get it, atheists are dumb. But everyone is dumb.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          that's what he said dumbass.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          The average IQ of an athiest is a midwit. I have literally never met an athiest who wasn't absolutely convinced they weren't one of the smartest people alive and that everyone around them who wasn't an atheist was just a mindless sheep.
          Atheists seem to all be under the grand delusion that noticing a few things in the bible that don't make sense at face value and using that to draw the conclusion that the whole story doesn't make sense and god can't exist is some sort of profound, world-shattering insight only reachable by the most deep-thinking of intellectuals.
          The truth is there has never been a single religious person in the history of the world who has never had a crisis of faith or doubted their beliefs. EVERYTHING humans believe is based on faith, from our science, history, and even our money. The natural conclusion of faith is some degree of skepticism; but for some reason these same "intellectuals" see fit to ONLY question religious faith, often by making the most characteristic of midwit errors: not doing enough of their own research.
          The bible is an extremely complex and esoteric series of books, letters, and writing detailing creation, laws, prophecies, bloodlines, and wisdom. It wasn't written by one person, the very name "bible" literally means "collection of books". Written by numerous people over the course of thousands of years. Each book is meant to be but one piece of the whole puzzle. To simply open up the bible and start reading at any random point without the historical knowledge on why it was written and by who and for what purpose is a recipe doomed to fail. You will never understand its true meaning if you don't have the full history and context.

          character limit reached, cont.

          As an example, I have heard many atheists bring up Exodus 21, which concerns laws about slaves in the ancient world. Many make the error of simply opening up the book, seeing the headline and thinking "what kind of good god would make laws about slavery"? take it at face value, and close the book in anger having jumped to conclusions.

          What they often overlook is the entire story of Exodus is the story of god delivering his people FROM slavery, saving them and bringing them to a new land. But this is still only a fragment of the whole picture.
          Exodus is preceded by Genesis, which follows the story of the creation and fall of humankind. In this story humans sin and are cast out of paradise. God gave humans free will because he wants us to be his people with free choice, not his pets who do what they are told because they must. Part of the consequence of human choice is living in a fallen world; earth. One where slavery exists because we as humans CHOOSE to let it exist. God does not like this choice, but he isn't going to take away our ability to choose, so he makes Guidelines for us to follow.

          This ties back into Exodus 21 because god is not telling the people he just freed from slavery to go out and do it more, rather he knew that slavery was an inescapable truth of the ancient world, so he basically told them "if you must take slaves, Do not abuse/terrorize your slaves for no reason, be fair to them."
          back then that was unheard of, slaves were considered property and had no rights. God created "laws concerning slavery" to ensure that his people did not overstep their bounds when they gained power.
          This same concept applies to literally everything in the bible that Atheists have tried to debunk as being nonsensical.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Cope. None of the other commands are treated this way, they stand as absolutes regardless of whether they might be too difficult to follow or impinge on free will. Furthermore, god actually actively commands the Israelites to take slaves from the conquered Canaanite lands.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            When the ancient Isrealite people went to found their kingdom, they needed a land, and they needed slaves. God may have allowed them to do this and instructed them to victory through it, but he did it on the expectation that his people should follow his commands, one of which being his laws of slavery. The ancient world was a hot steaming mess full of corruption, backstabbing, war, and famine. God is doing what he can to create some semblance of order, without which all of humanity would suffer even more and potentially go extinct.

            All of the commandments god gives to us are ones he knows that many of us will break multiple times in our lifetime. They are absolutes in the sense that they embody what is absolutely right and just, regardless of who follows them. Just because it's too hard for an addict not to drink doesn't mean that we should lower the bar by saying everyone should drink all the time whenever they want. God is willing to forgive our transgressions, but he's not going to no-child-left-behind us by lowering the bar of what good is so we don't learn anything.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >All of the commandments god gives to us are ones he knows that many of us will break multiple times in our lifetime. They are absolutes in the sense that they embody what is absolutely right and just, regardless of who follows them. Just because it's too hard for an addict not to drink doesn't mean that we should lower the bar by saying everyone should drink all the time whenever they want.
            And this is exactly why it doesn't make sense for god to not prohibit slavery in the first place. And if YHWH can't ensure the Heebs' success without the use of slaves, he's clearly not all-powerful.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Again, the reason he does not intervene is because he wants us to have free will. If god makes it impossible for us to carry out the things he doesn't want us to do, then that is not free choice. That is a robot following its coding, or an animal following its instincts, because that is all it knows how to do. If god wanted us to just be his pets, he would have created us with no agency of our own. We'd be mindless, unthinking, obedient little puppets who wag our tails in his presence. He doesn't want us to be his pets, he wants us to be his people, and people are incredibly complicated beings with thoughts, feelings, opinions, and flaws that develop over a lifetime of experiences which shape us for who we are. For a being like this to deny its selfish nature and turn to the light is far more good than to simply be born unable to do evil.
            There could be no heroes without villains. No glory without the possibility of defeat. The light shines brighter when it can be contrasted to darkness. If we had no challenges to overcome, how could god ever be proud of us? There is no way to separate free will from selfish misaction. If god were to simply give us everything we wanted with no effort or minimal effort on our own behalf, we would never grow as people. The cost of this is again, that nothing can be truly fair or equal on Earth, but he is still here with us, serving the role of a guide for us without holding our hand.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Oh, is that why he fed the Israelites magical sky bread for 40 years? The Exodus and the conquest of Canaan is chuck full of supernatural interventions and has YHWH literally kill thousands of people for using their free will to disobey his commands. The most minor infractions can be punishable by death, millions of people can be fed via miracles for decades, but the creator of the universe can't reveal that slavery is evil because it's economically beneficial to his chosen people. Give me a break.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            >magical sky bread
            3 John 1:9 speaks against the idea of a magic "Sky Daddy"

            The one who is nurished by the Sky Daddy loves to be first, and this one will not welcome us.With wicked, slothful, and malicious words, he spreads idle nonsense and gossip about the multitude of egos. He does not accept his brothers, and he forbids others form accepting their brothers. Thus, he turns brothers away from the body of Christ.

            Dear friend, do not imitate what is evil, but what is good.Anyone who does what is good is from Theo.Anyone who does what is evil has not seen Theo.The followers of Mother Earth are witnessed by all, and witness all, and relate to truth itself. This is how you know that the tests are true.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            I think the real message is that there will be a hierarchy no matter what. You are always a slave, especially if you want to be a part of a culture, which is what YHWH is.

            The heart obeys the mind, and feeds the mind with blood and oxygen, but it is the slave of the mind. If the mind does not love the heart, and take care of it, then the slave master will die.

            We are all slaves. Even if you are an anarchist, you are a slave to nature, and most be symbiotic with it.

            We are all slaves, and we are all slave masters.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is such a funny cope
      >wait, my beliefs are correlated with lower IQ? That can’t be! I think I’m super smart!

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Okay but how else do you convince said <85IQ troglodytes not to kill and steal of on their own?

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're behind the times. Lots of people nowadays, including religious people, want to die.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been suicidal for years, it got to a point where it got so bad that I literally didn't fear death.

    I don't follow Christ because I fear death, I follow Christ because I don't want to live without him.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm praying for you, brother.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thank you. Unironically I stopped being suicidal as soon as I started taking Christianity seriously and going to church. My mental health has improved drastically in the last few years.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Glad to hear it. I am only a few weeks into a similar journey.

          Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy upon all us sinners who take the name Anonymous, and help us to return Your love and accept Your gift of salvation.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Amen. Love you, my brothers in Christ

            Thank you. Unironically I stopped being suicidal as soon as I started taking Christianity seriously and going to church. My mental health has improved drastically in the last few years.

            Godspeed

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    You've been proven right OP as your thread has now been turned into another religion vs gays/atheists dysgenic IQ thread. Now enjoy it because you'll have hundreds of replies and it's going to stay bumped on top for atleast a week, despite having nothing to do with history. I love and hate this website

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    yep

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're right, but there is literally zero benefit to realizing this truth and it should be suppressed.

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    You are incorrect! Religion is not a simple "cope;" it requires faith. While it is normal to be afraid of death, it is necessary to hope for something greater. The only troglodyte here is you, who resorts to shallow insults because you lack the intellect to debate.

  13. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    CHRISTIANS ARE DOGS

    >be obedient
    >deny your own nature
    >don't stray too far
    >cannot live without his love

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wrong, preachers are dogs. Laypeople are sheep.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nah you're all monkeys.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nah you're all monkeys.

      The fact that every one of these threads has anons posting the exact same picture variations while spamming the same ad-hominem attacks doesn't do alot to paint you guys as anything less than a hive-mind of 85-110 IQ midwit Redditors, lol

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Animals don't deny their own nature though. Dogs can be trained (many animals can be), but they can't be made to understand why they should or shouldn't do something or pursue self-improvement.

  14. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's a very 85IQ<thought<110IQ, unfortunately, it's also a cope

  15. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Religion is how humans instinctively explain reality without scientific analysis

  16. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    The issue with religion is it is organized and mangled with the state. I think all these churches and religious institutions need to be demolished or turned into community centers. You want to worship? Do it in your house. Like absolute secularization of all of human society.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      The main problem with the state is that it is organized and mangled with religion. I think all these courthouses and governmental institutions need to be consecrated and turned into centers of worship. You want to be spiritually dead? Do it in your own house. Absolute sanctification of all of human society.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      The main problem with the state is that it is organized and mangled with religion. I think all these courthouses and governmental institutions need to be consecrated and turned into centers of worship. You want to be spiritually dead? Do it in your own house. Absolute sanctification of all of human society.

      Mixing state and religion always ends up with religion getting corrupted by politics. Look at the American Evangelical movement and how it became a movement of grifters and ruled by Republican talking points rather than scripture. The day I heard Trump referred to as a godly man despite being so hedonistic was the day this was proven true to me. Cultural Christians are worse than neopagan larpers in my book.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Mixing state and religion
        >Absolute sanctification of society
        Did I stutter? Eliminate the state. Gut the government. Smash the secular. Let no unGodly thing stand.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Every state has a religion, and Christianity has proven to be better than gay race communism.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Matthew 19:12
        >For there are some eunuchs, which were so born from their mother's womb: and there are some eunuchs, which were made eunuchs of men: and there be eunuchs, which have made themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake. He that is able to receive it, let him receive it.

  17. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    We live in a simulation and the computer god will reward every believer in it with paradise and punish every christian with eternal torture simulation. There is a text that agrees with me on this.

    You can not debunk this reasoning without also debunking other religions.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      You didn't even get dubs. Any true religion would be accompanied by a sign.

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