Scotties Toy Box

June 15, 2017

As of dec 22 2013

Filed under: Atheism, Religion — Scottie @ 20:55

If Christianity is right — 5 billion people are wrong

If Islam is right — 5.5 billion people are wrong

If Hinduism is right— 6 billion people are wrong

If there is no god — 6 billion people are wrong

This is hard evidence that “Divine Revelation” , or sincere belief , is not a sufficient was to determine truth.


  1. I think regardless of religious beliefs all tend to have to core values of being a good person at the heart of it – I hate that it causes so much heartache though when people go rouge and twist a religion into hate.

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    Comment by houstonphotojourney — June 16, 2017 @ 05:54

    • Yes I agree. There are good people in faiths and good people who have no faith. For me there is a difference between faith and organized religion. ONe is a personal belief that uplifts the person believing, harms no one, forces itself on no one and is happy to adjust its own life. That is faith. It is a grand thing if you like it. The other is horrid, that is organized religion. That is a behavior modification device designed to transfer power, control, and money from the base to the top echelon. Religion of that type interferes with others, tries to force itself on those who don’t want it. It forces itself where it doesn’t belong and it seems to uplift only a certain few. Faith serves the people, people are slaves to religion. IMO. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — June 16, 2017 @ 10:41

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