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Christian anti-humanist

Christian anti-humanist
May 26, 2009, 10:08:47 PM
In the industrial age christianity had become a degenerate norm set comparable to the present day humanistic moralism.

But today christianity have been abandoned by those, who today call themselves humanists, and who are vigourously enforcing their sick dogma upon us. They are all secular, and their culture- and valuelessness have finally sprung out in godlessness

So the good and rightous men who have been figting christian so called altruism in the past, they now can claim the abandoned christian faith and reshape it into the original Lutheran or better, as there now is no heard of humanists to make the church into a porridge of wrong anthropocentric ideas.

In fact, the whole anti christian segment of the metal scene is adolscent in its projection of blame upon the church, for there is nothing today, that really is determined by christian religion (but we should whish, that there were.)


"BEAT THEM DOWN LIKE MAD DOGS!" - Luther about some revolting communist peasants.

Re: Christian anti-humanist
May 28, 2009, 03:04:58 AM
With so much overlap, things aren't so neatly categorized. Church members and leaders remain humanistic, even if there is a larger secular counterpart. You're right about the dwindling Christian influence because modernity apparently owns Christianity. The only traditional forms are Roman Catholic to some limited extent and Greek Orthodox totally. Otherwise, a given church is little better than just another McDonalds, a Wal Mart, a YMCA, or a public school.
”The Revolution ends by devouring its own children” – Jacques Mallet du Pan, 1793

Re: Christian anti-humanist
May 31, 2009, 03:43:11 PM
So the good and rightous men who have been figting christian so called altruism in the past, they now can claim the abandoned christian faith and reshape it into the original Lutheran or better, as there now is no heard of humanists to make the church into a porridge of wrong anthropocentric ideas.

I think all beliefs start out transcendent, and decay into the same old Crowdist jargon: the individual is most important, and we as individuals are not responsible for what we did wrong and deserve a reward even if we do nothing important.

Christianity, an amalgamation of Greek and Hindu thought, decays faster than most because of (a) its dualism (b) its focus on the individual and (c) its universalist nature. Judaism is a superior religion, but the Greek and Hindu religions trump both. (For Odinists: your religion is identical to that of the Greeks, in philosophical terms).

As you point out, rediscovering the transcendent within Christianity is a better way of fighting the humanist. Otherwise, the humanists destroy Christianity and replace it with pure humanism, much as they have infested conservatism with their beliefs.

Re: Christian anti-humanist
June 12, 2009, 08:15:49 PM
Could be, it really depends on who's using the religion, same with any because Intelligent people can make something out of nothing. Like humanzees first made impressive killing tools out of boring old stones that were lying around everywhere, whereas the other chimps just carried on poking each others arseholes and so didn't evolve further intelligence like humans did, same principle applies to modern religion. The more stupid people that follow the religion, the more retarded it will be.

Re: Christian anti-humanist
June 14, 2009, 12:30:28 PM
I've held the belief for some time now that religious systems, in and of themselves, are usually never created with malicious intent. Its when you factor in the masses of morons all over the globe, thats when you get a corrupt, impotent, ineffective system.

So far, I have yet to see any examples contrary to my belief.
No.

Having reviewed the thread, baby Jesus is most definitely weeping at this point.