Pretty funny.Hi IANS This thread moves too quickly for me - I have a few days away and upon my return I have so much ground to make up that I lose the will to live.
It's interesting, isn't it:It seems to me that death figures highly in the Christian doctrine. Not just death but also blood, sacrifice, pain and suffering. No wonder their product is so disgusting.
 What they call a loving god tortured itself until death and prepared a great torture chamber for most of its beloved creation.
 What they call a merciful god punishes with eternal gratuitous torture with hope of parole
 What they call everlasting life is everlasting death.
 What they call spirituality is a complete psychological separation from mankind and the world - a social death of sorts.
 What they call wisdom is the death of curiosity and pursuit of knowledge, which they call foolishness.
"We affirm humanism as a realistic alternative to theologies of despair and ideologies of violence and as a source of rich personal significance and genuine satisfaction in the service to others."