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Is Science Too Hard to Understand? Try Religion
Disclaimer: If you are easily offended and in any way devoted to the Christian faith, I suggest not reading this. Atheism is the rejection of belief in the existence of deities. In other words, it is thinking for yourself. Despite popular belief, I am truly in support of religious freedom and respect all religions until they begin negatively affecting others. Based on my own personal experiences, Christians have used their self-help book to not only revoke basic human rights from citizens, but they’ve also murdered people in the name of it. Christianity instills fear into the minds of those who participate in it. Despite your creed, more people have been slaughtered in the name of religion than anything else, and that is repulsive. If I were to spend one day doing absolutely anything I desired, I would put an end to Christianity. Regardless of who you speak to, Christianity is always going to trace back to one item in particular, and that is my favorite fictional book: the Bible.  It’s typically the most recommended book by Atheists because it is pure boredom laced with ridiculousness. I stand in awe of the all-time novel of false promises and exaggerated claims. Not only has this book convinced people that an invisible man is living in the sky watching all of our actions without exception, but it’s also convinced people that if they don’t follow his list of rules, they’ll be sent beneath the ground to a place of outer darkness where you’ll know nothing besides pain, suffering, burning, choking, screaming, and eternal agony…but he loves you with all his heart.  Nowhere in these commandments is there a condemnation of slavery, genocide, child molestation, or cruel treatment of homosexuals or non-human animals, but it does suggest that a wife is the property of the husband. Read the full story: https://www.fadewblogs.eu.org/2021/11/religion-is-hard-to-understand.html
Jesus: Prophet of Peace and Love or Purveyor of Fear and Hate?
Multitudes of Christian commentators over the past two millennia have proclaimed the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth to be unsurpassed tenets of spiritual wisdom and unexcelled guidelines for living a morally responsible life.  Hundreds of millions of devout believers are absolutely convinced that they will conquer death and attain everlasting life because God sacrificed his son for their sins. They are also convinced that Jesus didn’t really die. He was restored to life and subsequently ascended to heaven to spend eternity with his father, and soon Jesus will return to Earth to judge the wicked and rapture righteous believers up to heaven with him. Countless books have been written extolling the allegedly commendable features of the “Christian worldview” and the “Christ-centered life,” but, by contrast, few authors have examined the unsavory side of Jesus’ personality and his less than-meritorious behavior and opinions. For this presentation, I’ve formulated, in a balanced fashion, two sets of ten principles based on Jesus’ pronouncements. Although his directives come from the canonical gospels (the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), additional documentation is abundant elsewhere in the New Testament epistles and letters. The twenty precepts are listed along with the supporting Bible verses from which they derive. The cited verses and passages appear in this separate article. This scriptural evidence will enable readers to answer for themselves the binary question that is the title of this article. NB: This article is not made assuming Jesus literally indeed existed, but an evaluation of the character of the Abrahamic religious texts. Read the full article:https://www.fadewblogs.eu.org/2021/11/jesus-prophet-of-love-or-hate.html
Hiranandani Estate Integrated Township in Thane Mumbai
Purchasing a home in the big and major cities of country is not an easy task because of higher value of land. On the other hand, if anyone wants to buy a residential flat, then you have to pay much amount of money. To overcome such a type of problem, Hiranandani developer has launched a brilliant township project by the name of Hiranandani Estate Thane, in which various towers are being constructed in the center of Thane. So many greenery zones with natural trees & plants surround the new apartments. Buy your dream home in the beautifully designed apartment and flats. As far as the upcoming residential project is concerned, Hiranandani Estate Thane new launch project is spread over 250+ acres of landscaping to offer 1 BHK, 2 BHK, 3 BHK, and 4 BHK residential flats. Each tower consists of car parking region in the basement along with 3 to 4 high-speed lifts. This is a RERA approved housing property, which possession will come in the end of year, 2026. For crafting this residential layout, the most experienced architects and interior designers were hired by the Hiranandani Builders. Each home is designed in that way to deliver enough windows and good height of doors. Firstly, we would like to talk about the flat specification. It contains double height entrance lobby, modular kitchen, and beautifully planned extended balconies. Optimum overview can be seen through the balconies. The experienced electrical engineer gave systematic electrical wiring with enough socket and switches. For the use of home appliances, branded electrical switches can be found in the kitchen as well as in the master bedroom. Hiranandani Estate Floor Plan is decorated with vitrified tiles and shining marbles. In the kitchen and bedroom, dedicated space for air condition and exhaust fan are composed. Now we move on the Hiranandani Estate Central Amenities, which got a massive space for offering kid’s play zone and multipurpose hall. It has a very good concept of living, in which a person can do gym in the body fitness gym, and then can take a shower in the swimming located outside the apartment. The developer has also given superior facilities for regular lifestyle like internal streets, garden, jogging track, cycling track, doctor’s room, and convenience stores, etc. From the above description and overview, we can say that Hiranandani Estate Thane Mumbai housing project is to be proved heaven on the earth. Purchase a home for your family and for you in this residential project at a reasonable cost.
I Said No to a Religious Friend as She Lay Dying. Was I Right?
Religion is nothing but a crock used by people to fortify themselves against the frightening prospect of death, that chillingly inevitable end of life.  And when death impends, be that at war, in hospital, or on death row, people cling more desperately to that delusion.  Even nonbelievers walk on eggshells when faced with a dying person. We wonder: Is this really a good time to tread on their sensibilities and disabuse them of their crock? Not long ago I found myself in that quandary.  Someone I knew was dying, and I went to her deathbed to pay my respects. She was a woman who respected me as an elder of the Nigerian community in Cleveland.  She was also something of a protégé, having sought my advice repeatedly as she considered the proper advanced-degree path to pursue.  In my days as a scientific educator—when, also, two of my sons were in the university—I had become something of an information resource for my fellow Nigerians on matters like the choice of college to attend and the discipline of study, and especially how to tap into financial assistance programs available to good students and their parents in the U.S.  I chose to visit her when most of her friends and well-wishers would be at work. I was wary of the perplexed reactions of my fellow Nigerians when it became known that I am an atheist.  My friends told me I would come across much better as an agnostic or a pagan than an out-and-out atheist, for Nigerians are often ranked alongside Americans in sheer religiosity—of the pushy and loud sort.  It’s amazing that the very people whom religion has historically oppressed and denigrated the most (i.e. women, Blacks, colonized people) are the ones who cling to it most tenaciously!  The Nigerian media go so far as to estimate that one in three houses in the cities and townships of the Christian south of the country are used nowadays as churches, chapels, temples, tabernacles, or other places of worship.  “Nigerian atheist” is considered an oxymoron. Those who know I was raised a Catholic—and, to boot, an altar boy able to recite the entire Eucharist liturgy in Latin and English—profess themselves baffled by my apostasy.  Read the full article: https://www.fadewblogs.eu.org/2021/11/I-said-no.html