On The Non-Existence Of Theists

Lack of Understanding Is Not Evidence For GodI’ve written before, in a very pompous, self-righteous way, that, if you really think about it, no one REALLY believes in a god or afterlife. I make this statement because, for many years, I’ve heard theists say that no one REALLY is an a-theist. A-theism doesn’t exist. Deep down, they say, everyone believes in God. Though when Christians say, God, they mean Jesus, and clearly, not EVERYONE believes in Jesus. Muslims worship Yahweh’s old college chum, Allah. Yahweh is worshiped by the Jews, and Hindus, being the stone age backward thinkers they are, are polytheistic and believe in millions of gods. Oh, there are some theists who’ll claim it really is all just the same god everyone worships, he just appears to different cultures in different ways. But if truth be told, and I always tell the truth, that’s truly a crock of bullshit. There are politically influential Christian groups within the U.S. who believe in Jesus, and only Jesus as the one true god and that the Bible is literally true, word for word. There are Muslims who feel the same about the Qur’an, there are Jews who feel the same about the Torah. Each group also has VERY specific dogmas its members must follow or they risk the wrath of their god. This is the very reason I, though raised Catholic, will never say, “Oh, I’m Catholic,” to anyone who asks my religion. I’m not. I do not accept its dogmas. I’m an a-theist. Too many people say, “Oh, I’m such and such religion,” but really aren’t. How many who say they are of a particular faith still would say it if saying it meant they had to accept all the dogmas of that Faith and follow them? The dogmas of a Faith ARE that Faith. If a person says they’re Catholic, but feels they need not follow Church doctrines, are they truly Catholic? No, no, they’re not.Kubki A fool says in his heart: "There is no God.", a wise man says it to everyone. - Funny Printed Coffee Mug [BLK3158] I know Catholic Catechism and the dogma of the Church like my own hand. I had 14 years of it taught to me by the nuns and priests in the Catholic schools I attended. So I know it. Check out this site. It explains the Church doctrine on sex. http://www.vatican.va/archive/ccc_css/archive/catechism/p3s2c2a6.htm   How many people who say, “Oh, I’m Catholic,” when asked their religion, actually obey all the dogmas on sex discussed in this link? No Catholic I’ve ever known, I can tell you that. No Catholic I’ve ever known felt evil for having sex out-of-wedlock either. It’s ridiculous nonsense that no mature person should have to bother with, and most don’t. People culturally identify with their religion like they do their ethnicity. They go to the Church they grew up with because their social lives are centered around it. And they pick and choose which parts of that religion they follow, and which they ignore. This is all spiffy with me. I really don’t care. What I do care about, though, is this: Some Catholics ( this is also true in other Faiths) claim they are very deeply religious and follow all the dogmas of the Church. Cool. If they can do it and it gives them meaning, good for them. I do ask, however, that they be consistent in their approach to Catholic dogma. Here’s what I mean by that.120824_abortion_protest_reuters_328 Many Catholics who are against a woman’s right to an abortion claim they are because of Church doctrine on the issue. The Catholic Church says abortion is wrong. Period. Taking life is wrong. Period. They are very consistent with this dogma, too. Capitol punishment is also wrong to the Church. Only God can take a life. I admire the consistency of this thinking. Life is life to them. Now here’s the rub. Many, many Catholics who claim to be strict followers of Church dogma, aren’t. They’re selective followers of Church dogma. For example, there’s a young Catholic woman I know who is a strong advocate for Pro-life. She’s even done a march or two in favor of the cause. She’s VERY outspoken about the sinfulness of abortion. The Church dogma on abortion fits in well with her own feelings on the matter. Nice and peachy.  However, a new boyfriend has recently entered her life, and guess what they do when they get together? You got it! They fuck. And they fuck using birth control.

Unwed Pro-Life Catholics, About To Fuck

Unwed Pro-Life Catholics, About To Fuck

Man, do I have an issue with her Pro-life ass now. Let’s see, she feels it is her fucking right, backed powerfully by her “faith” in Church dogma, to dictate to other women what they can and can not do with their own fucking bodies, but she can choose to ignore Church doctrine on sex outside an approved marriage and birth control because those dogmas interfere with her sex life? Right. It is a deep, mortal sin she commits every time she fucks, wanks, or blows her boyfriend. Abortion is also a mortal sin. The Church sees fucking out-of-wedlock just as mortally sinful as abortion.  Fuck this gal. I’ve 0% respect for her bullshit faith and even less for her. You want to point fingers, you’d better point them at yourself first.I-see-hypocritesThis type of bullshit is what makes organized religion the contemptible puss sack it is. It’s merely a vehicle through which mortal beings project their own fears, hates, and phobias onto a made up deity to justify them to themselves.  Humans make religions, and humans make gods. There are no real theists. No one, deep down inside, truly believes in god. Because if I KNEW, with total certainty, that I was immortal; that God was real because he talked to me, I’d be calm, cool, relaxed, and at peace with the Cosmos. Anyone would be. You’d be set for all eternity. Deep down in the hearts of religious folks is a huge hole of disbelief and fear. A fear that says,”You must crush all faiths other than your own. This will make what you believe righteous and powerful.” There really are no real theists. So former theists, stop bullshitting yourselves about god and join the a-theist family today. We’re a sinful, decadent group. You’ll love being part of it. Imperious Rex!pro_life_pro_war_pro_death_penalty_hypocrite_postcard-r75127a7bae2b48749ac3bc4b4110c347_vgbaq_8byvr_324

18 thoughts on “On The Non-Existence Of Theists

  1. I love this, well written and thought out. I love this part most I think…..

    This type of bullshit is what makes organized religion the contemptible puss sack it is. It’s merely a vehicle through which mortal beings project their own fears, hates, and phobias onto a made up deity to justify them to themselves. Humans make religions, and humans make gods……

    I think that is why I always say I am against organized religion big time, yet I support people having personal faith. I think religions are a scam, a behavioral control tool to keep the masses in line and giving you money. Personal faith is something one person uses to guide them self through the world and their life, they don’t preach it, they don’t insist on spreading it, they don’t use it as a defense to harm others. It is their guide to doing what they know and feel to be the right thing, the way to live.

    To me having a personal faith or idea is like the force in Star Wars. It is best when you listen to it and use it as a guide, but there is no way to force others to use it or to even believe in it. I know real followers of different faiths who believe and practice what they believe. For some it is a real hardship, but they do live what they believe. I support them totally. However those who stand in front of the crowd, looking for the cameras and yell about how THEY talk to GOD……that is fake stuff I have no tolerance with. Thanks for writing this post. Many people wont say their view, wont take on the masses of self arrogance. Thanks also for letting me have my say. Hugs


  2. Well said sir. i agree on all counts.

    It has always been the hypocrisy exhibited by the adherents of (insert religion here) that gave me a lot of wtf? and shaking my head moments. These fucking people pack 10 lbs of shit into 5 lb bags. Then act like they are better than everyone else.


  3. So well said! I totally agree with you, I was also brought up as a Catholic but man did I have no choice in that particular matter! I believe organised religion was originally about controlling the masses via the all-too human fear that there might be nothing out there and the all-too human refusal to accept that. People need something to believe in, don’t they? That makes it so easy to control them if you’re in any way inclined to do that. All religious people are hypocritical to some various degrees as you rightly said. Anyway, great post as usual 🙂


    • Thanks. I really don’t care what someone believes personally, but, if they’re going to use their “faith” as a guide to judge me and/or anyone else, they first better judge themselves with it, and, most importantly, keep it to themselves and private. The particular people I reference in this piece are the coffin, the nails, and the hammer that buried any doubt about my disbelief in gods, particularly the christian one, permanently. The two of them use their “faith” as a guide to condemn others whilst they fuck like bunnies out of wedlock and use birth control. If you’re gonna say your Catholic dogma is right, you don’t get to pick and choose which parts of it you can use to condemn others and which parts you yourself get to break because it cramps your style. These two idiots are a prime example of why I think religion sucks, in general, and why I believe christianity, in particular, eats elephant balls.

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    • Again, well said. I see nothing to add to this 😉


  4. There are no theists.
    Even those using contraceptive forget that their god smote Onan for using the withdrawal method. All sex is for making babies.
    The last prophet approves of this post

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  5. you tell her…my wireless might go off for another 5 hours,in the middle of this, but now i wish i had just done my there’s no such thing as yahweh haiku , but then you might think i was talking about you, so i’m glad i didn’t.lol


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