A theory on humanism

Published August 16, 2017

The Greatest Show on Earth is The Map of Heaven. It has inspired The Man Who Wasn’t There, The Myth of Persecution, A Call for Heresy, and even led to the question: Why are You Atheists So Angry? I Don’t Believe in Atheists, but Why I Became an Atheist is asking: Why Can’t We Talk? Jesus Called, He Wants His Church Back, but What Did Jesus Ask? It certainly wasn’t: Who Moved My Cheese? Did Jesus Exist? Jesus Before the Gospels, the Zealot, probably did. What Matters Most is not The Rise and Fall of the Bible, Secular Faith, or Proof of Heaven; Peace is the Way. Regardless. Buddha or Bust versus The Science of Evil can be compared to Crippled America versus Republic, Lost, is analogous to The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels pitted against The Sixth Extinction, or can be likened to How to Be Secular, but Life’s Too Short to Pretend You’re Not Religious. David and Goliath may have known little about Collaborating with the Enemy, and Books On Fire shows The Panic Virus is How to Be Miserable, But What If We’re Wrong? Wouldn’t you agree that Everybody Matters?




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