Religious Wars

The age old argument that religion is the cause of all wars is a scape goat to be anti religious. Actually, by definition, all men are religious. Whether it be a god of someone’s imagination or one of their making, the god of science, the god of paganism, or the real God, everyone worships something or someone.
In the past three centuries, wars and atrocities have scaled up their effectiveness, being more efficient at killing larger numbers of people as we increasingly turn to the most brutal religion of all, secular humanism. The evolutionary belief in survival of the fittest has brought out the most evil of all human behavior …ever.
When you think of the French Revolution, Napoleon’s campaigns, the American Civil War, the First World War, Stalin’s purges, the genocide of Armenians, the Second World War, the Holocaust, and the Vietnam War, they can all be attributed to humanistic reasoning.
The very worst was Mao Tse Tung’s cultural revolution, in which more of Mao’s own citizens were systematically slaughtered in peace time, than in all the world’s wars put together since the beginning of history.
Christ, by contrast, taught men to love one another as God first loved us, at a time when Roman survival of the the fittest, was the most blatant.
It’s time we saw humanism for what it really is, how utterly devastating it can be, and turn to the one true God, before we destroy one another.