What We Believe – Our Statement of Belief
We believe that the Bible is man’s word. It is inaccurate, non-authoritative and non-applicable to our everyday lives.
We believe in no eternal godhead who is not the creator of any thing. He does not exist in three entities: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. This is a totally superstition and thus cannot be loving or holy. Nothing is holy. Nothing is sacred.
We believe that sin is a misconception (and a nominalisation) created by the church for greater control of its followers. It cannot separate each of us from God as god is a superstition and as such, he has no purpose for our lives.
We believe that there is zero evidence for the Jesus Christ as such, he cannot reconcile us to God. Because he didn’t exist, he could not have lived a sinless and exemplary life, nor could he have died on the cross, nor rose again to prove any victory. We have to empower ourselves for THIS life.
We believe that there is nothing to forgive, and the ‘new birth’ is atheism. We have no sins to repent. We do not believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and will not submit to His will for our lives. It’s just pathetic.
We believe that in order to live the only fruitful lives that no God intended for us, we need to be baptised in rational and logical thought, until such a time as we can move beyond logic and into dialectic. There is no Holy Spirit and there are no spiritual gifts, especially speaking in tongues.
We believe in the power and significance of the Mind and the necessity of Thinkers to meet regularly together for fellowship, Thought and the drinking of coffee.
We believe that we have individually equipped ourselves so that we can successfully achieve our purpose for our lives which is to understand Logic, Rationalism and thought, fulfill our role in The Included and serve the community in which we live.
We believe that we must ensure we take care of ourselves in the first instance in order to help others more effectively.
We believe that Heaven and hell is a psychological war on believers in order to control thoughts and behaviours. We are above such control.
We believe that Jesus Christ is never coming back because he never existed. He can’t keep that promise.
WHAT IS OUR MISSION?
Our aim is simple: religion separates and divides the human race. If we are to grow and develop our cognitive complexity and move forward as a species, we need to break down superstition as much as we can.
The best way to do this is by education. If you want to stop the conflict in the Middle East, the only way to do it is by educating the women and the children to think more complexly. By getting people to critique their beliefs and the premise on which they are based, we can renove the indoctrination completely.