First let me say that I know I’ve had(possibly still have) Christian readers. This is not a personal condemnation. Rather an aggressive critique of a semi-structured belief system that has been around for 2000 years. It has managed to survive while morphing into various competing sects(denominations),ideologies and cults. Anything I have to offer in the form of criticism is coming from a person who was once a zealous Christian protestant himself. I have “sat at the feet” of some very learned preachers who gave me an immense library of knowledge about what the message of the bible is. I have studied the original languages which the books were written in(Greek,Hebrew,Aramaic). I still have a library of books on Christian history and doctrine. At one time I harbored an intense belief and fervent submission to it’s tenets. So much so that I was voluntarily celibate for 5 years of my life.
The problem for me was that I honestly believed it. I was a “true believer” for a long time. I had an understanding of the scripture that found little if any compare among my peers and even some “authorities” on the subject. For this reason I have a unique perspective which I can share with others who possess the ability to see clearly and think rationally. The purpose of this post is to educate and caution anyone, especially my own kind from “drinking the blood and eating the flesh” of Jesus.
Many so called “Christians” do not actually believe the real message that they claim. Why would they? If they were to actually believe and follow the words of their savior Jesus they would be chopping their ears off upon any sound which tempted their flesh or poking the eye out which wandered off into sin.
I will explain in detail how the Christian religion is a slave’s religion and it effectively exterminates every race/nation and people that are not Jewish once they sincerely commit to it’s beliefs.. From a perspective of manipulation and “magik”, it is actually quite impressive.
Hearken Ye Slaves
What is the main appeal to Christianity? Of whom does it appeal to?
Here at TSL, we know the earth is Savage and only the strong survive. The modern atomized sheeple need only watch the Discovery channel for a few minutes to see this fact is very true. Accordingly for the believing Christian, the bible says that god created the earth in 6 days. He made creation and he said it was “good”. So if we observe in nature the lion devouring the zebra and the wolf ripping the god damn sheep to shreds. We must logically conclude that it is “good” and normal. That’s life is it not?
In such an earth outside of your sheltered suburbs and urban safe spaces there is little if any “love” that transcends. Babies are slaughtered. Little children raped. Men sacrificed by the millions who happily charged into the maw of death. All to feed the war machine of profit making. Doesn’t god hate these things? Isn’t he benevolent and all loving?
Well according to the bible which all (protestant)Christians believe is the infallible/inerrant word of god, it says that god himself ordered the wholesale slaughter and genocide of entire nations and peoples. He ordered the slaughter of women and children as well. It takes a massive amount of cognitive dissonance to maintain the belief in a loving god who also says in Isaiah 45:7
7 I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.
You heard it from the horse’s mouth. I have nothing to add.
So this god “creates evil” then we are to take the blame for it all. Sounds like an awful deal doesn’t it?
Appeal To The Weak
Christianity appeals to and vehemently encourages the slave(victim) mentality. In the Roman Empire when Christianity first hit the scene it sounded like lunacy and suicide to any proud Roman. Many of it’s first believers were actual slaves themselves. When one is powerless and weak it is much easier to believe in the fantasy fairy tale of some “after life” and “reward in heaven” when this life is exceedingly grim for you. Much easier to believe in fairy tales than dare to dream of true freedom. It is difficult to resist your oppressors. Difficult to train oneself and become stronger.
Some soothsayer comes along and promises rewards for weakness and acknowledgement for self denial. It is easy then to believe in a care bear fantasy land where rainbows and unicorns frolic while everyone sings kumbaya. In that sense the slave is further reduced to a longing for what he cannot achieve with his own hands. The power of false hope in another world makes him a happier and more efficient slave.
Does god oppose slavery?
It fascinates me that many Christians would say yes to that question. Slavery is not only permitted but encouraged in the bible. In fact in the new testament, Saul the Pharisee encourages new believers who are slaves not to break their chains and seek freedom, but to be a good slave. In essence he is saying “don’t become strong and proud. Stay weak and submissive for your heavenly rewards”. Not only does it encourage you to be a good slave for your earthly masters but you must also be laden down with another yoke. The yoke of jesus who said that you must “die to yourself daily” and “crucify your flesh”. He even teases you by saying “my yoke is soft, my burden light”.
So sell all that you own, don’t even have the decency to bury your dead family members. Just “follow me”.
That’s right good slave, follow him right into oblivion and suicide.
What About Satan?
Another instance of cognitive dissonance for the Christian is their idea of who/what Satan is. For the Christian, satan is the all evil force that opposes god. The “god of this world”. They believe that this satan or Lucifer is nearly as powerful as god himself and this Lucifer has been fighting god this whole time. That apparently is the reason for all the bad shit in the world. So an all powerful, all loving god allows this satan to wreak havoc on the earth and commit all sorts of evil on innocent humans while you are supposed to believe it is simply “part of the plan”.
So as a Christian would you tell that to a little girl who has been raped? “Yea sorry bout gettin raped little girl, it was part of god’s plan”. Does that not sound like the most disgusting thing to ever say to someone? Who the hell would ever say that?
Yet if the Christian were to say this he would be acting in concert with his beliefs. Remember earlier god says he created evil and he slaughters people when he gets jealous. Apparently if you have actually read the Old Testament, god gets jealous a lot.
Now back to satan. There is only one verse in the bible which says the name Lucifer and that is Isaiah 14:12. Now if one actually studied the true meaning of this verse they would find that Lucifer is not some fallen angel but an earthly king. In fact the idea of satan in the jewish sense is completely different from the Christian. I will leave this link here and you can hear it from a rabbi himself.
In Judaic thought satan is a servant of god doing the will of god. Satan means “adversary” and in the jewish mind, god puts many satans in your path for you to overcome. You see Judaism is not a slave religion but it is the Master religion for the jews. While Christians learn to submit to god, jews learn how to fight with god and achieve equality with him. That in fact is what the word Israel means. He who fights with god. The Christian must submit submit SUBMIT! He must be full of fear and that is ultimately the mechanism by which this god works. It is not love that compels the Christian to believe but fear. He fears to fall under the wrath of god and so he bows down at the altar and prepares to eat the flesh and drink the blood of a crucified weakling. Be “Christ-like”. Be submissive good slaves. Forget your past and your own blood. Drink mine and become drunk on my spirit. A spirit of death. For you must love your enemy good Christian and hate your own family. Jesus words not mine.
So if God uses fear to gain followers and loyalty, how is he any different from a terrorist?
This article has become rather long so I will split this up into other installments. Hopefully I have been able to educate some on the true nature of this religion. There are many other aspects I will cover in later installments. Love it or hate it feel free to let your voice be heard in the comments.