Since christians are anti-nature they should have no objections to transhumanism, right?

Since christians are anti-nature they should have no objections to transhumanism, right?

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    christians are whatever they're needed to be 🙂

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Both nature and technology are traps. Both illusions.
    Illusions can be fun to play in, but not when they're perceived as a necessity brought about by fear or the perception of limitations that can't be eliminated without it.
    Such perception is the darkness, and comes from ignorance of true light.

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    > It has been argued that, in transhumanist thought, humans attempt to substitute themselves for God. The 2002 Vatican statement Communion and Stewardship: Human Persons Created in the Image of God, stated that "changing the genetic identity of man as a human person through the production of an infrahuman being is radically immoral", implying, that "man has full right of disposal over his own biological nature". The statement also argues that creation of a superhuman or spiritually superior being is "unthinkable", since true improvement can come only through religious experience and "realizing more fully the image of God". Christian theologians and lay activists of several churches and denominations have expressed similar objections to transhumanism and claimed that Christians attain in the afterlife what radical transhumanism promises, such as indefinite life extension or the abolition of suffering. In this view, transhumanism is just another representative of the long line of utopian movements which seek to create "heaven on earth". On the other hand, religious thinkers allied with transhumanist goals such as the theologians Ronald Cole-Turner and Ted Peters hold that the doctrine of "co-creation" provides an obligation to use genetic engineering to improve human biology.

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    What the hell are you even talking about. Go to bed.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Since christians are anti-nature
      ????

      >Since christians are anti-nature
      wtf have you been smoking?

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      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        homie doesn't know about Skyfather Odin.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Since christians are anti-nature
      ????

      >Since christians are anti-nature
      wtf have you been smoking?

      Who said christians are anti-nature.

      Let go of your bibles for a second and think about it. Christianity goes against life, it constrains and shuts down everything that makes life thrive in this planet, it tries to disrupt the natural balance in exchange for control, it is an insult to our creator. Christianity's purpose is to reject nature (what "paganism" exalts). Every natural act is seen as impudent and if completely necessary, it must be performed in secrecy and with utmost moderation, you know the examples. Christianity is the murder of nature and the material, all for the promise of something "better" after death, and of course in order to sacrifice your nature and freedom for a promise you'd need tons of faith, which is the one thing Christianity doesn't tire of asking for.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Let go of your manuals for a second and think about it. OSHA goes against productivity, it constrains and shuts down everything that makes productivity thrive in this planet, it tries to disrupt the natural balance in exchange for control, it is an insult to our engineer. OSHA's purpose is to reject practicality (what "violations" exalt). Every practical act is seen as unsafe and if completely necessary, it must be performed in secrecy and with utmost moderation, you know the examples. OSHA is the murder of budget and the material, all for the promise of something "safer", and of course in order to sacrifice your productivity and convenience for a promise you'd need tons of compliance, which is the one thing OSHA doesn't tire of asking for.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Don't worry, drones like you will be replaced by robots soon.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            My point is that

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            Let go of your bibles for a second and think about it. Christianity goes against life, it constrains and shuts down everything that makes life thrive in this planet, it tries to disrupt the natural balance in exchange for control, it is an insult to our creator. Christianity's purpose is to reject nature (what "paganism" exalts). Every natural act is seen as impudent and if completely necessary, it must be performed in secrecy and with utmost moderation, you know the examples. Christianity is the murder of nature and the material, all for the promise of something "better" after death, and of course in order to sacrifice your nature and freedom for a promise you'd need tons of faith, which is the one thing Christianity doesn't tire of asking for.

            is full of horseshot because what he did was fill the blanks in a generic script with the thing he doesn't like. He makes no points or arguments.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        How is paganism pro-life?

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Biblically illiterate, uncritical-thinker take

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Since christians are anti-nature
    ????

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Since christians are anti-nature
    wtf have you been smoking?

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Who said christians are anti-nature.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's called extremism anon. Transhumanism is extreme anti-nature. They can't stand you, and naturalists see you as so extreme they can't even COMPREHEND you.

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Christians aren't 'anti-nature'.

    You confusing 'anti-materialism'. Transhumanism is materialism.

    Also if their representative can heal people why would they need your techno-cyborg parts?

    You just another WEF shill catfishing for talking points OP?

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    How could this actually be a serious question?? I really don't know if any of you are actually sentient anymore...

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus promises eternal life in a glorified body and a renewed creation. Transhumanism is Satan's bastard bootleg version that's also a lie. It's just an excuse to fit you with adapters for their upcoming infinite nightmare technology. Step out of line and the Beast will upload a time dilation virus into your brain that makes you experience 2 million years of demonic torture in the span of a minute.

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    not to defend christianity but israelites seem to like Islam in Europe more than Christianity.
    In general they have always rejected and abhorred Christianity.
    Currently cristians seem to be the most persecuted.
    The only exception would be the Protestant evangelists of the US, who seem to actively collaborate with the return of the israelites to Palestine, since they believe that this accelerates the second coming of Jesus, which does not make much sense is like wanting to accelerate or dictate the times of the darling,
    In addition, they do not seem to receive any recognition for it but rather seem more like useful messengers.

    Beyond that, not long ago I read or saw a video, I don't remember it, of a supposed former Satanist, she noticed that the rites of satanic churches, whether they were "Atheist" or openly mysticist, always perform contrary rituals. to those of the Christian church and in particular to those of the Catholic church.
    If they are Satanists, why not desacralize all religions? that is, destroying idols and images of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam or Judaism,
    They are always images of virgins, crosses and Bibles.

    it caught my attention

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