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Muhammad's ALLAH

My Catholic Faith

The Reason Revolution: Atheism, Secular Humanism, and the Collapse of Religion

This short book, only 8,000 finely crafted words, is destined to be one of the most cited and influential modern treatises on atheism and secular humanism. It focuses squarely on the inherent irrationality of religion, and reveals its utter irreconcilability with science. Offering several "reconciliation theories" to people of faith, it forces every reader to make a choice.

Contents

The Reason Revolution in historical context

Questioning belief

Reasons for skepticism

Secular humanism as an alternative worldview

Political implications of atheism

The collapse of religion

Hopeful predictions

Reconciliation theories

Comments by clergy

Call to action

The Nondual Teachings of Christ, vol. 6

The Gospel of Thomas is perhaps one of the most enigmatic of religious scriptures. Yet it is also very likely that it is the earliest account of the teachings of Jesus, and therefore the most authentic record we have today as to what he truly taught. Therefore, to understand this Gospel is to get at the heart of what the historical Jesus said far beyond how he has been (mis)interpreted through the centuries and by later followers.

This booklet seeks to shine a light on the more difficult sayings of Jesus, making explicit what is implicit in them and revealing their true character and quality. In this particular volume verses 29-34 are given full commentary, with more volumes to follow.

Enjoy!

The Mystical Life of Jesus

Your God is Too Small: 50 Essays On Life, Love & Liberty Without Religion

These articles present the real thoughts and feelings of everyday average atheists. We are friends and family. We are doctors and lawyers. We are pharmacists, biologists, and engineers. We are ordinary people who see a universe that is bigger than any god man has ever imagined. For billions of people around the globe, god and religion are the biggest things in their lives. Even for those not very devout believers, their belief is a part of how they think about themselves and for most of them god is very big. However, for a small minority of people the idea of god is small and pitiful. We look out into the universe and see something so amazing that it could not possibly be the work of these tiny imagined gods of mankind. These gods whom we are given that display such ignoble traits as jealousy and outright hubris. We see the harm that religion brings to humanity. We see the injustice, inequality, and division amongst men that it causes. We see humanity being stifled by these religions and these tiny gods. We at Atheist Republic have a message we have steadily tried to convey. That message is that we as human beings are bigger than these imaginary gods. We believe that humanity is greater than gods and doctrines.

Our Unitarian Gospel

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was condu....

The Everyday Shaman: One Man's Journey into the Miraculous

Unitarianism

Unitarianism in America

Lesson 2 of the Magical Order of the Atlantic Oracle:: Become a Vessel for the Magic: Volume 2 (MOAO Books)

Grandmaster. - Ma, Grand Master of the Order of the Golden Pen in the magic Atlantean Oracle, talks in this lesson to those adepts who have, through the help of the first lesson, developed sufficient skills to enter the next step of their education now. The second lesson includes exercises with which the adept evolves to a vessel, which is capable of absorbing the magic. At the same time, the adept will recognize that he accesses knowledge, insight and inspiration like the former Master of the Order, through exercise. This will enable them to exceptional achievements in art, science and industry and commerce.

He Is Risen (The Adventures of Jesus Christ Book 1)

And then the heaven's opened up and said, "The Adventures of Jesus Christ is fun, hilarious, and unlike any Second Coming tale you've ever read before. This story is loaded with foul language and radical thinking that may not be suitable for "real" bible readers but I encourage you to take a leap of faith, open your mind, and let the good times roll."

Lyle looked up to the sky, blinded by the light and said, "No problem. I got it handled." Then reached for the bottle of wine.

"Now listen to me you pagans and "Sunday only" believers, let me tell you about my good friend, Jesus. My new best friend."

Everyone stopped to listen.

Lyle took a swig of wine and cleared his throat. "Jesus' Second Coming is upon us."

Lyle stopped, surprised anyone was even listening to him.

"He's come to save the true believers, but along the way encounters many unexpected obstacles that miracles and divine teachings may not be able to overcome." He stopped once again, still surprised people were listening to him.

He took another gulp of wine and continued. "He'll first be perceived as a man with a mental illness. You will not take the stranger seriously and some will even think of him as no more than a hobo living on the streets. I know, I know. The Son of God, a hobo. But! He is able to recruit one follower, me, Lyle, and together we set off to fulfill God's will."

"But where will you find those who are meant to be saved?" yells one man from the crowd.

Lyle thought about it. He wasn't so sure himself so ignored the question altogether and continued with his speech. "Jesus and me, Lyle, embark on an epic journey that ultimately leads us to sin city--Las Vegas."

The crowd cheers.

"Along the way, we meet Amish, doubters and boxers and encounter magic, death and fanatics between plenty of time to let our hair down by turning water into wine." The crowd cheers again.

"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Now, please." Lyle hushed the crowd. "Let me tell you our story."

From the author: P.S. I must warn you. This series of four soul-saving books may be more entertaining than your Sunday sermon. It may even keep you awake. Though I can't guarantee any of what I say is true.