Faith, Doctrine, Blasphemy, and Freedom


Faith is the assertion of truth without evidence, and always contradicts reason. When you accept articles of faith you submit to authority and turn your brain off because you can never reason through to the submitted conclusions. In fact it is understood as necessary to degrade and dehumanize your oppositions. Faith then is irrational by nature and promotes a cult to “Play Make Believe”which is the detachment from reality and indicative of a learned pattern of mental disorder. This is dangerous and yields a community of mindless sheep willing to follow the authority in spite of empirical evidence with nothing to avoid the Faithful form spiralling into an abyss of non-sense for which there is no proof! An augmentation of faith is Doctrine which is a formal declaration of the required belief set for a particular cult. It’s the Doctrines that establish the formal boundaries of Heresy. 


The declaration that it’s unfair to attack the truth of religious faith and Doctrine is promoted by the faithful and their leadership who do not want dissent or have to justify their assertions or to have their authority eroded. This is non-sense! The absurd circular arguments offered by the religious because they are by definition mentally deranged and are dangerous to everyone because of the rejection of reason.


Competing Faith’s after individually abandoning reason and surrendering to their authority have reduced common ground to interface with each other in cooperative relationships. The common ground of reason is abandoned. Instead Faith promotes competition, intolerance, confrontation, violence and conflicts; With various groups not able to cooperate with each other without compromising their belief systems, instead they are troublesome, even dangerous, one to another and the very foundation of Liberal Democracy which is peaceful coexistence is eroded.

And of course coercion, intimidation, threats, violence, suppression, and discord are the particular outcomes of competing Faith based cults. The perpetuation and elevation of ignorance is often demonstrated; “Be a sheep, be a sheep, be a mindless  compliant sheep.” Free thinking has and is a disposition with consequences in such a community…including a painful, degrading death. 


The Game of ‘Make Believe’ is a dangerous practice with very real consequences that don’t depend on Faith but on reality, as it is. And if humanity cannot organize around verifiable facts and reject the arbitrary assertions of supernatural forces, then we will continue to receive the same chaos that we have always received in this bargain. Because investing yourself in stupidity is not justified at any level except for the manipulators teaching the practice that empowers them. 

The Cult called Christianity has suicide prophesies that establish templates for action when accompanied by signals. In a world where reality conflicts with Cultish Doctrines, and the knowledge that reality has cheated them then suicide becomes the final statement that reality is unacceptable.

Faith is not a virtue, it’s a surrender to the obscene!

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21 thoughts

  1. They told me to make it happen. The angels for ten years say you have a guy but the catch is to writ e and he will come. Think of him and he will come.fifteen years later they say we need more gv. Like it’s torture. The point is the make believe.they say get out of your head. Like they depersonalisation people if you follow them. They put all the blame on real angels and make you feel the blame

  2. I’m not sure that you’re right.
    I actually agree with you on the principle of the matter. Faith is meaningless, it’s believing in something you don’t understand based on ‘faith’, however, I feel like you’re way too strong against it. The people who believe without understanding aren’t crazy, they may be indoctrinated, but we all are. We’re all indoctrinated to look at people and believe things about them. Like that a thin person has self control and a fat person is lazy. Like believing things about people covered with tattoos, or about people who dress in different ways. We believe things about people we see, without actually waiting to get to know them and see that it’s not so. We all have faith in doctrines of life, that aren’t necessarily true. Even if we don’t have faith in some religions. And that faith isn’t a mental disorder. It’s not healthy, it’s weird, and I don’t understand how people have ‘faith’ in something they don’t understand, but some of the people I know who do, are the best most awesome people I’ve had the good fortune to come across. Who I truly love and respect even if I can’t understand that aspect of their lives for it’s so contrary to whom they are (to believe nonsense). And, everything has good and bad. There is very little in the world that is all good or all bad. Faith is one of those things that are a mixture. That can be dangerous. That isn’t necessarily all good or all bad.
    Love, light and glitter

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  4. Actually, and I see you may have just mispoken, Faith isn’t an assertion of anything. It’s a decision to believe either on bad or no evidence. I see Faith and trust as two different concepts. Trust rests on evidence, therefore it is “worthy” of trust.
    Faith believes regardless and sometimes inspite of.

  5. So if I tell you that I had a vision of and talked to G-d then you trust me if you believe me and you have faith in the revelations I give you. Either way the claims make no sense and you lobotomize yourself trusting everything I say about it. Yup, it’s all been done too death before.

  6. No, I wouldn’t Trust your claim without evidence. I’d have no way to prove it disprove. I’d have to take it purely on Faith if I did believe.

  7. If you read Goldilocks and concluded she liked porridge the text would be the proof that this claim is true. But it wouldn’t prove that the story was a Historical one. The belief in a Historical Goldilocks is purely one based on faith in spite of the facts. And because of your position of faith is based on trust in the text.
    There is absolutely no legitimate reason to accept Biblical stories as Historical facts and yet people do. This makes them delusional and dangerous.

  8. The text is the evidence and you can study the pretext, context and subtext to extract all sorts of proof for assertions about Goldilocks. All the same it’s absurd as a Historical story and so is the Bible

  9. When people take it as a text of Historical events they have to convolute logic to support their claims and the result is a Faith dependant system of Dogma and Doctrine…it makes G-d sound Stupid!

  10. Faith really does promote competition. When they ask people to stand in front of the church to give a “testimony” of G-d’s good deeds that has no proof…then someone else feels inferior and now they have to stand to give a better account. It’s like competing to see whose imaginary beliefs sound better. And it teaches people to be jealous of others and constantly try to up 1.

  11. Convincing people to believe that if they don’t do what you are telling them will land a person in Hell is a powerful mind trick…”If you think you got problems now then just wait til you die!” Gives the weak minded and gullible a lot of incentive.

  12. It’s really sad. And many people fall for it because they already have a belief about themselves that they are flawed or unworthy of being loved unconditionally. Many come from homes where the hell doctrine is believable because they are already suffering. So it’s like a glimmer of hope to join an organization that may be a real reward system…smh. But it’s all lies anyway. People never get any real incentives it’s just in their mind.

  13. I’m confused as to how logical people can argue about faith or belief understanding their nature. Often it ends with some form of vitriol that belies the intent. Refusing to believe in something or having no faith in anything is not an intellectual endeavor, it’s an exercise in futility seeing as belief and faith are separate from truth.

  14. Hi Brian–I found your article interesting to be sure. “Faith is the assertion of truth without evidence and always contradicts reason.”

    This definition of faith reminds me of a walk out onto a clear bottom platform at 600 feet. The assertion by the designer is that he has the evidence of truth and that my fears of falling are unfounded. My fears certainly contradicted reason–all of his reasons why I should trust.

    Faith, with or without objective evidence and reason, is nothing without an object. All the best in the wonderful world of thinking!–Glenn

  15. Your platform example demonstrates rational caution and not Faith. Faith for example involves assertions like a Finite Uniniverse, Life After Death and the belief in a Non Physical Reality! None of these is even rational let alone is there any evidence. And just because the symbology of language affords the invention of “Absurd Entities” that cannot be possible, the Nonphysical assertions of a nonphysical soul or a non physical mind or a nonphysical G-d are just as absurd.

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