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Religion and Nature

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Friedrich Nietzsche proposed that a pontificating Christianity developed a moral system that inverts Nature. In The Anti-Christ, he said Christianity is "hostile to nature" and is a "religion of…Continue

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Stephen commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Profound Belief
"Its funny isn't it that the religious always proclaim the importance of free will but are just as determined to indoctrinate their children. "
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Profound Belief

In the Prologue to my book, I wrote in my mid-twenties there ignited in me an intense battle centered around a childhood supernatural worldview, and building a definitional worldview that I could live by. This dualistic battle amounted to my gethsemane, or my own noche oscura del alma ---> “dark night of the soul.” My dualistic battle became a daunting task to repeal-and-replace an obsolete worldview. My dualistic battlefield became a fierce insistent, persistent, consistent internal…See More
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Stephen commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Bipolar God
"Its odd how differently Jesus is seen in Europe and America in Europe he's seen as gentle Jesus meek and mild, whereas in the US he's looked upon as a vengeful god. They can't both be right, to my mind they are both wrong."
Nov 7
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Bipolar God
"If I may add in recent times with the Christian Jesus god. It's unbelievable to me how many subscribe to that myth. Even worse how many expout it.   I tend to dislike such shallow thinking. "
Nov 3
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Bipolar God
"There is no gowd.  Bipolar (P.OS.) created the gowd myth."
Nov 3
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Bipolar God
"It's bipolar (P.OS.) believers who created the gowd myth."
Nov 3
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Bipolar God
"Don't we all know that god was created in mans image?"
Nov 3
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Saints vs. Sinners
"Abrihamics seem to be dualistic. If I may, some people don't subscribe to that theory of thought.  There is a theme about what's called "new atheists" The Enlightenment movement has been around for eons. Atheists, or what…"
Nov 3
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Dualistic Religions
"If I were to subscribe to a religious cult Roscrusian would be as good or better than others. Zoroastrians as well because people who subscribe to it know more HISTORICALLY about pre-abrihamic time."
Nov 3
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Dualistic Religions
"I worked with a guy who was  Roscrusian. They have a temple in San Jose (CA - U.S.A). https://egyptianmuseum.org I looked at Roscrusian philosophy it's interesting."
Nov 3
Al Wm Johnson posted a blog post

Saints vs. Sinners

Dualistic religions preach about saints and sinners. We have sanctimonious preachers who appear to enjoy ranting about the raining down of fire from Heaven on us earthly sinners. Dualistic religions introduced the supernatural forces of saints and devils, and good angels competing with bad angels. Religions created farfetched opposing superbeings constantly in battle competing for the souls of us ordinary bone-blood humans. Unfortunately, many individuals pay homage to these outlandish man-made…See More
Nov 2
Chris commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Spirit-Body Dualism
"My limited understanding of Abrahamic and desert religions is they tend to be binary whereas subtropical and tropical  people (religions) tend to have a broader base of  'spirits, or gods.'"
Oct 28
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In God's Image

Religion's spirit-body split has produced many dualistic divisions like Hell and Heaven. Hell (fictional dystopia) is ostensibly the realm of the damned. Heaven (fictional utopia) is supposedly the realm of the saved. Many religions have their laudatory chosen few destined to go to Heaven (the saved) and their derogatory many discarded to Hell (the damned). In Greek mythology Hades is the Underworld; land of the dead. Gulley and Mulholland said, "much of the pain and suffering in our world is a…See More
Oct 26
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Bipolar God

Gulley and Mulhollan refer to the dualistic "fear-based and heaven earning religions." (2004) Dualism has been involved in Abrahamic religions from the start and has led to a “theology of separation.” (Walsch, 2005) Propagandistic fear-based religions contribute to shame, guilt, anxiety, mistrust, depression, drug addiction, sexual repression/ obsession, and even suicide. Condescending dualistic religions have a view of a damning God (a God of damnation), a malicious diety of retribution. A…See More
Oct 19
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Planetai

It is by way of naturalistic patterns and order, I feel gifted to have a foundational footage to build my nature-based worldview. I find it interesting that the Greek root word for planet is planetai ---> meaning "wandering." I endorse the idea that us human earthlings we are indeed nature-created wanderers and Cosmic pilgrims as we individually make our meandering journey in search of discovering, “Who am I?,” “What am I?, and in finding our place in the Cosmos. The Aristotelian and…See More
Oct 16
Stephen commented on Al Wm Johnson's blog post Dualistic Religions
"I remember reading about Zoroaster and his influence on Jewish and Christian thinking some years ago but it's a really fascinating subject."
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I am on a search to repeal and replace a childhood indoctrinated supernatural worldview, to discover a worldview I and attest to and live by

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Profound Belief

Posted on November 16, 2018 at 8:39am 1 Comment

In the Prologue to my book, I wrote in my mid-twenties there ignited in me an intense battle centered around a childhood supernatural worldview, and building a definitional worldview that I could live by. This dualistic battle amounted to my gethsemane, or my own noche oscura del alma ---> “dark night of the soul.” My dualistic battle became a daunting task to repeal-and-replace an obsolete worldview. My dualistic battlefield became a fierce insistent, persistent, consistent internal…

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Saints vs. Sinners

Posted on November 2, 2018 at 8:09am 0 Comments

Dualistic religions preach about saints and sinners. We have sanctimonious preachers who appear to enjoy ranting about the raining down of fire from Heaven on us earthly sinners. Dualistic religions introduced the supernatural forces of saints and devils, and good angels competing with bad angels. Religions created farfetched opposing superbeings constantly in battle competing for the souls of us ordinary bone-blood humans. Unfortunately, many individuals pay homage to these outlandish…

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In God's Image

Posted on October 26, 2018 at 8:24am 0 Comments

Religion's spirit-body split has produced many dualistic divisions like Hell and Heaven. Hell (fictional dystopia) is ostensibly the realm of the damned. Heaven (fictional utopia) is supposedly the realm of the saved. Many religions have their laudatory chosen few destined to go to Heaven (the saved) and their derogatory many discarded to Hell (the damned). In Greek mythology Hades is the Underworld; land of the dead. Gulley and Mulholland said, "much of the pain and suffering in our world…

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Bipolar God

Posted on October 19, 2018 at 8:12am 3 Comments

Gulley and Mulhollan refer to the dualistic "fear-based and heaven earning religions." (2004) Dualism has been involved in Abrahamic religions from the start and has led to a “theology of separation.” (Walsch, 2005) Propagandistic fear-based religions contribute to shame, guilt, anxiety, mistrust, depression, drug addiction, sexual repression/ obsession, and even suicide. Condescending dualistic religions have a view of a damning God (a God of damnation), a malicious diety of retribution. A…

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At 2:40pm on August 12, 2018, Stephen said…

At 2:03pm on July 30, 2018, Mrs.B said…

Hope to see you in some groups & posting some comments.

At 2:48pm on July 28, 2018, Mrs.B said…

Good to see you here, Al.

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