Religion is a Cure to Problems

914 WordsFeb 24, 20184 Pages
Religion In the beginning of mankind there was thought which had lead to reason which was good. When man looked for reason where he didn’t understand he found problems out of his domain of perception. And to understand these problems a “cure all” to these perplexing questions had to be formed. For a being beyond reach of physical reality and grasp of mind was the answer for all things man himself couldn’t answer. God is the delusional means of answering what man could not, thus the child of his own children;and the paradoxical,illogical,and unneeded explanation to the unknown. Throughout time it is seen how corruption and sheer hypocrisy is spawned from religion not to mention the deaths of hundreds of millions if not billions to which are few of the many reason I stand as an atheist devout in my virtues of secularism. “We are are atheist about most of the gods humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.” -Richard Dawkins And to this sense what gives any beings the audacity to choose between a single god (monotheism) or a select few (polytheism) or none at all? These three approaches belief do in fact have differences yet to save time I shall join two of them the reason being they both have a basis of theism (gods) so the distinction will only be in the atheist to monotheistic views (monotheism because it being the larger force). Monotheism “The great unmentionable evil at the center of our culture is monotheism.From a barbaric Bronze
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