On Atheism - An article about Atheists Not Being Trustworthy (Scientific American) and My Initial Response

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    Jan 21, 2012 2:46 PM GMT
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    Well, when Christians hear me explain my atheism against the Judeo-Christian-Islamic-Latter-Day-Saints God, they understand the limitations of that collective notion of God and the individual notions of those Gods.

    Also, while many Christians are familiar with the notion of the Book of Life, they are having trouble seeing that the delineations of astrological aspects and transits are significant contributions in one's book of life. (A movie that speaks to this topic in a Hollywood way is "The Adjustment Bureau." On the other hand, some people would rather deal with their book of life after they die rather than read the map, journey, passages, personality profile that is available to us here on Earth via Astro-Carto-Graphy (ACG) maps and natal charts with various informative layers.

    I and others can also look at one's book of life - personality profile via a photograph of one's aura.

    The notion of God and Christ as one, I deconstruct via the Historical Jesus perspective, throwing in the 1% vs 99% movement to make the discussion relevant. Many believers give God-and-Christ a free pass on the battle against the souls in the US Middle Class (1950 - 2010).

    Steefen
    Religions of Abraham Reformer
    Raising Standards of Education
    The Post-Rosetta Stone Perspective

    Author of Insights on the Exodus, King David, and Jesus
    The Hebrew Bible, the Christian Bible, the Koran, and the Book of Mormon


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    Jan 22, 2012 1:31 PM GMT
    StephenOABC saidhttp://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=in-atheists-we-distrust&WT.mc_id=SA_CAT_SP_20120117#comments

    Well, when Christians hear me explain my atheism against the Judeo-Christian-Islamic-Latter-Day-Saints God, they understand the limitations of that collective notion of God and the individual notions of those Gods.

    The notion of God and Christ as one [Savior God], I deconstruct via the Historical Jesus perspective, throwing in the 1% vs 99% movement to make the discussion relevant. Many believers give God-and-Christ a free pass on the battle against the souls in the US Middle Class (1950 - 2010).

    Steefen
    Religions of Abraham Reformer
    Raising Standards of Education with
    The Post-Rosetta Stone Perspective

    Author of
    Insights on the Exodus, King David, and Jesus - The Greatest Bible Study
    in Historical Accuracy: The Hebrew and Christian Bibles, The Koran,
    and The Book of Mormon



    I also deconstruct the notion of Creator God via the concept that the creation of the Sun happened in a nebula which has dissipated. The creator-god of the Sun was a phenomenon. Notions of God can be personal and impersonal. Some aspects that create existence and sustains existence are fixed/eternal but some are not. The phenomenon of galactic nebulae have lifespans. This creator-god is not eternal.