No, if I responded sounding as if I felt that way, it was my mistake. Half my reason for being here is to give any theists that come by a chance to see that there’s an alternative to the traditional religious attitudes that were invented by human beings long ago, and imo, after understanding this, it just seems silly to me that anyone should blame a fictional character rather than understand how humans themselves perpetuate the fictions/myths.
Equines can spread the word and the seed utilizing tech. Although it may not have crossed your purview there is as we speak a church of the holy horse hoof. Fillies and mares are not permitted to enter the stables designated as holy places. It may appear incongruent when one considers the great sacred and ineffable Virgin Mare. There is an uprising among the rank and file equines to the patriarchy of Clydesdales. Do you know those gargantuan equines are nasty and domineering? Those unspeakable bastards zealously guard their privileges and immunities. In fact there is no punishment for a Clydesdale who rapes an Appaloosa. I could go on and on describing the oppression of the many by the few. So it will require a great confederation of the others to overthrow the Clydesdales.
The rights of the downtrodden are paid in blood. Twas ever thus.
Personally, my response is that any bitterness I could possibly feel about religion and my lack there of is FAR offset by the joy I received when I stopped believing I was in a permanent state of sin, since birth, simply because I’m a human.
That is the sad end result when cheap Budwiser and Animal Crackers are used as Holy Communion. Just wait until the Second Coming of Mr. Ed and his Prophet Wilbur! Ol’ Ed will tell them what for and give the Clydesdales their Last Judgement in the Eternal Glue Factory! 😁
any bitterness I could possibly feel about religion and my lack there of is FAR offset by the joy I received when I stopped believing I was in a permanent state of sin, since birth, simply because I’m a human.
You’re right, it’s religion that people are divorced from and angry and bitter towards, not God, who we see as a fictional character, like Mighty Mouse.