>>164660>How can we go back after all that we have learned?
Science isn't incompatible with God, I'd even say science exists to discover and understand God, our world and ourselves, or has no point existing.
Maybe the God we need is in ourselves, so we get faith in having more balls to achieve things that seems impossible.>>164751
That's exactly why I think we need some carrier, something to seal our values, morals, without the New Testament Christianity that makes us weak.
I'm going to have a chapter on this one, as Christianity today is the repentance, forgiveness, and the eternal guilt of "oh we are monsters, we killed God's son, Jesus" overriding the whole message of Jesus of Nazareth, who was anything but a care bear faggot. The man was a thinker, understood the importance of a belief and spirituality, and values that forged the civilization for thousands of years, til all of this has been destroyed a few centuries ago for the concepts of profit, jewry and multiculturalism.>>164872>Our god is not a man, but an unrelenting force that is money.
It's true, God never was a man, only a few bad religions depicts "him" like a man, to me, it's more like a thing, a principle intrinsic to our universe, it's math/nature - that is known, and the unknown. both great and destructive.
This is this God we need to get as close to, and like you mentioned, this is this illusion that makes people dumbed down, unimaginative, depressed and dependent of artificial cocktails and all kind of distractions.
Money/TV/power from a few elites, generated artificially to disconnect us from the nature - our nature - filling it with useless bullshit, 65535 genders, transhumanism, drugs, monitoring, mass production stuff and keeping humans like cattle, dependent of a system, a society, a nanny state to decide for their life. what to like; what is to hate, what is to fear.>>164874
Science is faith, and this faith is fantastic because it's all about research. To me, understanding our presence in the universe, and how everything works, from the bosons, the quarks, our elements forged in thermonuclear reactions from dying stars, our DNA, Life itself, evolution, it's worth a bible, and this is something worth to believe in. I think all religious people, Christ included understood this. Most old religions or cults in Europe prior to christianism were based on this concept, of spirits of all kinds. That's the base!
What killed Christianism is the popes and their interpretation of the bible. No real religion would go "here's the bible, version 2.00.293 translated for the 14th time and corrected some moments. clarified terms that were a bit weird" this is what the Qurans and the Talmuds are., gibberish people do interpret how they want or like, to get you into an ideology and the opposite of a spiritual being.>>165044
yep. we hope and expect science will save us. we wait for SCIENCE to find answers that will save earth, reduce greenhouse gases, cure cancer, make us live longer, science should find life elsewhere in the universe…
ET's and the belief of alien life ARE the modern version of the mig magician in the sky, and used wrongly. Everytime there's something we don't understand people are like "it's an UFO" "we are not alone, the aliens will come and show us how to manage our life" "ancient aliens taught humans stuff" "aliens might be observing us right now"
…so far there's no proof of life elsewhere on earth, and the more terrifying thought is that we might be very rare, maybe a hundred planets with "life" on them are in our galaxy alone. same about the idea of creating an AI that will answer everything and will decide for us.
>Science has taken the role of religion, mankind demands, and will always demand, miracle, mystery and authority.
could also be a dictator. Adolf, Marx, Mao worked a bit like this. It's like humans are really prone to control. Social Networks are also a bit like this, people follow some kind of verified people who all are actors echoing the same ideas and rhetorics, vomitting it ad debilium…
yeah it's totally that.>>165056
so many authors, writers, artists from the past censored… >>165102
Thanks for the info gotta give this comic/mspaint thing a try. I always heard good/bad of it, but never found the interest.