My opinions are relevant to my life if they affect my actions. However, most of my opinions I have written about in this book have no relevance to the things I do each day.
I also know that my opinions are irrelevant to the majority of the world. This doesn't stop me from writing them. I write my opinions down because even though my thoughts may be irrelevant right now, there may come a time when they are relevant.
If you live in the same apartment with someone, or you work with someone, or in the worst case scenario, you die and then get stuck with them in your afterlife for all eternity, then all of a sudden, most of what that person does
When I refer to God as "it", please understand that I am simply not using male pronouns to refer to God, because I feel as though this is placing a limitation on what God can or cannot be. It is not my place to assume God has a penis. People make many assumptions without any reason. They say that God is supernatural, omnipotent, or omniscient. I am not impressed by people using words that cancel each other out.
The word "God" is rather meaningless. People may ask someone if they believe in God, but they assume that the person has the same definition of God that they do. Many people who do believe there is a God have different opinions on exa
It is relevant that I explain exactly why I spend as much time as I do on talking about religion. When I use the word "religion", I am talking about it as the abstract concept which confuses people. I challenge religion not because of my disagreement with certain religions or people but because it hurts people and makes them feel guilt and shame when they cannot please other people.
There are countless messages that people are given. Things such as "God is good but EVERYTHING HE CREATED IS EVIL!", "God loves you unconditionally as long as you DO EVERYTHING HE COMMANDS WITHOUT QUESTIONING!", "Jesus had to die for you because you were born a s