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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards


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Vexen Crabtree 2015
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If God is moral then religion is irrelevent to salvation

"Universalism: If there is a Good God, Everyone Must Go to Heaven" by Vexen Crabtree (2002)


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Religion

(Anonymous)
I've spent some time reading several of your articles, and have come to the conclusion that you need to look into what these religions really teach. You made several points saying that the three large monotheistic belief systems believe such and such a way. Several points were made about these religions regarding free will, moral and illogical decisions, the logicality of God, the limitation of mans knowledge, etc. that are not held to by either Christianity, Judaism, or Islam, and several of these arguments were illogical from any informed point of view. You drew way to many uninformed conclusions, which is fine if this website was created for the purpose of influencing more uninformed people, but if you want to be taken seriously you need to rethink a considerable amount of your material.
Also, many of your arguments against God are written with the idea that God owes us something. You take the position that God would be bound to reveal Himself to us, that He cannot judge us according to beliefs; but must judge according to action alone, and that God is bound by human logic. If God could be summed up and understood for all that He is by human logic alone, than that is an exeedingly small God. God would not be (and could not be), bound by human logic. Just because we think that something has to be understood a certain way doesn't mean God is bound to opperate in that way. If you Have any comments, you may e-mail me at Sa-an@juno.com

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