According to Ray Comfort, we are made up of three parts: body (the machine in which we live), soul (the real we that live within our body--our emotions, our will, consciousness, etc.), and spirit. Spirit is our “God conscious” part. What a theory!
Furthermore, atheist, like me, is cut off from God by [my] sins, but the moment [I] genuinely repent and trust the Savior, [I] will come out of the darkness into the light. Too easy!
My objection of the christian god is its unjust. First it creates man and woman. Second, put the tree of knowledge right at the middle of the Eden garden and told the man and woman not to eat the fruit from that tree. Third, knowingly (remember god is supposed to be all knowing and can foresee everything) let the snake tempt the woman into eating the fruit. If it was a sin for not obeying god, that should only apply to the woman - not everyone here after. The whole christianity is based on an intentionally wicked and unjust story. (BTW, god also lies. It said man and/or woman will die after eating the fruit. Instead, they become productive and here came the human species.)
The interesting part, after scaring the common people, is that as long you repent and trust the savior and you will be forgiven. This is called 'selling hope'.
The good thing about this product is that it costs nothing to produce, its effectiveness is not verifiable, and it can be continuously sold to the same person over and over again. The whole christianity business has also developed the world's first Pyramid scheme. Believers are asked to recruit more believers. Most pyramid scheme will go burst at some point when people realise the valueless of the product and the middlemen taking the profit. So far there are sufficient innocent people believing in the unsupported claims of the christianity myths. The believers are paid nothing to recruit more believers. What a business! It is even more absurd if you realise that this business is also tax free! No wonder there are churches everywhere.
Dear reader, the reality of god is that religion is a business selling myths and false hope. God does not exist. We are not made up of three parts. We are what we are. After we die, there is no soul and there is no afterlife. This life is ALL we have and we should be treasuring every second of it.
To have an invisible friend at the age of eight is charming and not a cause for concern. To have an invisible friend in adulthood is however a cause for concern and could be considered psychotic. So how exactly does giving them the name of a deity change that opinion? - Phil Slattery
Fundamentalists are so afraid of freedom. The deity they believe in is one whose morals are like any sociopathic despot's: toe its line, obey, don't commit a thought-crime or it will chuck you into a lake of fire for all eternity. Do these worshippers ever think how they would judge a human who was such a sadistic tyrant as this nightmarish torturer-god? - Juliette Hughes