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Theological Impertinence

Science without religion is lame, religion
without science is blind. − Albert Einstein

For those who have NOT:

  • Shut out the noise of the world through prolonged isolation and meditation;
  • Internalized authority;
  • Taken the inward journey to acquaint themselves with the darkest corners of their own soul, their own neuroses and psychoses, their own wounds;
  • Taken the inward journey to know themselves, to discover−totally free from "shoulds" and "should nots"−their deepest and truest desires;
  • Accepted themselves as they are;
  • Made the total commitment to rationality, logic and reason;
  • Become personally committed to honesty;
  • Emptied the cup of religious indoctrination;
  • Humbled themselves and become totally open to the truth;
  • Learned how to make good judgments through critical thinking;
  • Identified the ultimate issues and taken their stand;
  • Done their own fundamental philosophy;
  • Committed themselves to being faithful to the scientific method;
  • Educated themselves in science and its multifarious disciplines;
  • Acquainted themselves with what other learned men have to say;
  • Personally researched the truth about what happened to ancient man;
  • Learned the true origins of the extant religions; and educated themselves in how inauthentic the origins of Christian materials really are;
  • Faced squarely the human condition;
  • Summoned the courage to challenge, when necessary, every currently held belief;
  • Listened to their own internal reference point;
  • Taken total personal responsibility to build their belief system from ground zero;
  • Chosen to believe the best;

It is the epitome of impertinence and arrogance to promulgate as dogma or doctrine their theological opinion.

If the J-person is your external authority figure, or if your own reason is your internal authority, and especially if both:

How hard can it be to see these pretenders in their suits, robes and gowns, dripping with mundane organizational authority, with their ancient mythologies, their rites and ceremonies, as false shepherds?

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