This is a formal theological disproof of the central tenets of Christianity - the Trinity and the Incarnation. The reason why most Christians continue to believe is that a) they have been brainwashed by their parents, schools, communities and governments and b) they don't know anything about Christian theology.
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Seven hundred years ago, it was rational to be religious. Religion was the apex of a coherent worldview linking all of the knowledge of the world then available, including the science and cosmology of the time. Religion nowadays seems ridiculous because the modern paradigm of scientific materialism has destroyed the link between humanity and the…
The absurdities of Christianity can be understood only by examining the many heresies that sprang up in the early centuries of the Church, challenging every aspect of orthodox Christian thinking. These heresies have boxed in Christianity so much that all that's left is a statement of what Christianity ISN'T rather than what it is. Any Christian theologian who attempts to meaningfully explain the Trinity and Incarnation instantly succumbs to one heresy or another. It's only possible to be a Trinitarian Christian by stating the formula "three persons in one God" over and over again, without daring to specify what, exactly, "person" means. The mantra is devoid of meaning and any attempt to assign meaning slips into heresy. Similarly, Christians mouth the hollow formula of the Incarnation: "two natures, human and divine, in one person" without having any idea of what "nature" means. Is nature consciousness, personality, will, intelligence? Does Christ have a human soul, a divine soul or both? Is he a God-man mutant, a hybrid? In what way can he be said to have any genuine connection with humanity at all? How does the Incarnation fit with the Trinity?
Is the human nature of Jesus Christ now part of the Trinity? If not, where did it go? Was Jesus Christ simply a super-angel? If he was "begotten" of God then he can't BE God since there must have been a time before he was begat when he didn't exist. A non-existent God is an impossibility therefore the Son of God can't be God. This is the basis of the famous Arian heresy, which came perilously close to becoming Christian orthodoxy.
Who is Jesus Christ's father? Shouldn't it be God the Son since God the Son and Jesus Christ (the Son of God) are supposedly one and the same being? Yet the "infallible" scriptures clearly identify the Holy Spirit, not God the Son, as Jesus' father. He has the WRONG father. Christianity should, logically, be all about the HOLY SPIRIT since he provides Jesus' divine element. Christianity couldn't even rationally work out who Jesus' father must be for it to make sense.
Theologically, Christianity is comical. The myriad errors are simply ignored. No Christian cares about the truth content of what they believe. Christians have no relationship whatever with the truth.
Ponder the science of divine conception. How does the process work scientifically? Could you write 1,000 words on the subject? If you can't, of what value is your Christian faith?
Other topics included in this book are 1) the three-stage degeneration of the rich 2) do truth genes exist? 3) the mysteries of Jewish toilet paper 4) do Muslims believe in a flat earth and semi-circular planetary orbits (and planets that are "hiding", waiting to be activated by the Will of Allah, when they are out of sight?) 5) do Muslims believe in seven flat earths in a stack beneath seven heavens? 6) is the Church of England on the verge of extinction? 7) the trials, tribulations and treachery of "The Movement".
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