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Christianity Thomas on 20 Dec 2011 12:08 am

Christianity is completely immoral

Watching this video (originally posted in the comments), the only conclusion that one can come to is that Christianity is completely immoral:

Christopher Hitchens will endure an eternity of torment in Hell according to the video. That, in itself, is completely immoral. Torturing people is, by definition, immoral.

But the video goes one step further, trying to justify torture. The video states:

If Christopher Hitchens is in Hell, it is because God loves him.

According to Christians, eternal torture is an expression of love. Only a completely immoral body of people could decide that torture=love.

9 Responses to “Christianity is completely immoral”

  1. on 20 Dec 2011 at 1:10 pm 1.Anonymous said …

    It would not be a loving thing to compel someone like Christopher Hitchens to spend the rest of eternity in a place that he hated, a place that he does not want to be, a place that he has no desire to be, a place that he has spent all of his life resisting, condemning, avoiding, refusing to embrace. To me, that’s not love, that would be a form of cruelty.

    Yet, it is OK to justify that your religion would condemn a non-believer to eternal torment and that that action was done out of love.

    Bizarre, but full marks for 10/10 fundamental Christian doublethink, Orwell would be proud.

    It’s also another clear example of Christian black-and-white thinking and the abusive nature of the Christian’s relationship with their god.

  2. on 21 Dec 2011 at 5:10 am 2.Sister Chromatid said …

    Let’s see how that flies regarding Muslim hell (where Fischer is slated to go for worshiping Jesus as a god.)

    “It would not be a loving thing to compel someone like Fischer to spend the rest of eternity in a place that he hated, a place that he does not want to be such as Islam paradise–, a place that he has no desire to be, a place that he has spent all of his life resisting, condemning, avoiding, refusing to embrace. To me, that’s not love, that would be a form of cruelty. So off to Muslim hell for you Dr. Fischer. It was your “choice” after all: God was very clear about not having any other gods before him!”

    Can’t you just feel the “love” that the Abrahamic god inspires?

    I am eagerly awaiting the day when the Abrahamic religions join the piles of myths past. Shame on anyone who can convince themselves it’s moral and “loving” to torture a sentient being infinitely.

  3. on 22 Dec 2011 at 11:42 am 3.Qbert said …

    Not only is christianity immoral, it is insane:

    http://imgur.com/Ngj26

  4. on 22 Dec 2011 at 11:49 am 4.Qbert said …

    Thank the people:

    http://imgur.com/Ngj26

  5. on 22 Dec 2011 at 11:50 am 5.Qbert said …

    Thak the people:

    http://imgur.com/mzTKG

  6. on 23 Dec 2011 at 11:52 am 6.Anonymous said …

    Good christian morals

    http://i.imgur.com/3AZvG.png

  7. on 20 Jan 2012 at 12:41 am 7.Jennifer Beckford said …

    There is nothing impossible with God.

  8. on 20 Jan 2012 at 1:20 am 8.Anonymous said …

    Yet he NEVER heals amputees and all prayers are answered in exactly the same manner as you would expect if there were no gods. Why is that?

  9. on 24 Apr 2014 at 8:51 pm 9.Connor Bunce said …

    Alright, I’m agnostic and I don’t agree with this crazy old geezer, but he’s got a point; Fischer didn’t believe in religion, therefore he didn’t believe in God and probably didn’t want to go to Heaven and have to tolerate God’s holiness and his more devout followers. However, I don’t think he went to hell, because he really didn’t believe in that place, thus not believing in Satan/Other names, either. Karma and reincarnation are out because that’s from Hinduism and Buddhism, and the Old and/or New Testament’s Purgatory, which is a dimension of nothingness that is used for when people have learned their lesson in hell or when God doesn’t really know where they belong at the moment, won’t work. So, if anything, he’s in a permanent comatose or something, just having an endless dream.

    @Anon9 God can’t be a miracle worker because the world is so shitty and faithless (but mostly shitty) that he doesn’t have enough power to do a lot. There’s also the idea that there must always be a balance between good and evil, meaning if God sent Jesus down to start being a miracle worker again, then Satan would get pissed from losing his own power and start causing havoc anyway he can to balance it out. Basically, if God does something really good, Satan has to do something really bad, too. Otherwise it’ll keep fluctuating back and forth until a true war between good and evil breaks out and destroys every possible plane of existence. So the reason why God can’t heal amputees and why prayers aren’t answered is because every action has an equal and opposite reaction (i.e. amputees could grow back hideous, mutated limbs; praying folk could… I can’t think of a possible result because both the scenario and the results are too broad. Sorry).

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