Ideology makes one Self-righteous and Judgmental
Truth is Humbling
To avoid being perceived as being immoral, atheists declared themselves to be “amoral.” This concept does allow them to escape the demands of a moral standard; however, it cannot produce a stable society. Amorality is personal; thus, antithetical to the very concept of society, which requires both purpose and universal agreement. The absence of a Creator, Divine Law, and afterlife requires atheists to focus on our current existence for a moral imperative. As a result, evolution, the earth, its environment, the government, and politically correct politics, have become sacrosanct in atheism. Anyone who dares to challenge any of these ideological tenets is vilified as a “hater,” “Neanderthal,” or “bigot.” Atheism makes adherents closed-minded, self-righteous and judgmental.
Using the history of ancient Israel as a handbook for religion, requires believers to consider anyone who disagrees with their beliefs to be satanic or evil. The laws God gave to ancient Israel are an excellent guide for one’s personal morals. However, using the Bible to form a religion requires its adherents to use those laws to judge others, and makes them, like the atheists, self-righteous and judgmental.
A New Covenant
When the Messiah brought the New Covenant to the Israelites, he eliminated the Ten Commandments of Moses, and replaced them with one Law:
Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets. Mat.7:12
I have been considering the practicality of the Messiah’s Law for thirty years. Over that period, I did not encounter a dispute that it could not resolve.
Inner and Universal Peace
The laws God gave to ancient Israel are no longer in effect; however, it is my opinion that using the New Covenant Law of Messiah to judge one’s personal behavior, would produce inner and universal peace.
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