Is God the head of the Captain Coward club?

Discussion in 'Religion Archives' started by Greatest I am, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. Greatest I am Valued Senior Member

    Is God the head of the Captain Coward club?

    Men rule politics and religions and set the moral rules that we all live by. Thanks to the fact that most child rearing is done by women, women may be the actual rulers of society. The jury is still out on that issue.

    Men and women of good moral sense have traditionally chosen to put women and children ahead of themselves in situation where harm is in play. Moral men follow the Harm/Care tenet.

    Men seem to think that it is wrong for men to place themselves ahead of their children when death is at hand. Men feel that it is their duty to their families to insure that their families survive, ----- even at the cost of their own lives. True moral men step up to this sacrifice and show their good moral sense that declares and calls for the sanctification of the family. This is one of the main tenets of morality. These men know good from evil and choose to do the good thing.

    Recently, a man, be it by accident or design, found himself doing the evil thing and ended up ahead of women and children in the life boats.

    The predominantly Christian world dubbed him Captain Coward.

    As above, so below.

    Christians are to emulate God and put his laws above all else. That is the first commandment.

    God’s law, the opposite of man’s law, is to put Fathers ahead of women/spirit and children/life.

    If we use the scenario of a sinking ship as an analogy, we see that God did the opposite of what good moral men have decided should be the standard by taking a seat in the live boat and leaving his son to die needlessly. Christians praise such an immoral, satanic action performed by God and have lined up behind Jesus’ corpse to try to profit and gain benefits from this despicable act of pre-planned murder.

    Christians should condemn their satanic God’s actions like good moral men have done, --- yet they do not. They prefer to follow Captain Coward’s ways and morals.

    Is God the head of the Captain Coward club?

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  3. wellwisher Banned Banned

    The religious assume life after death, while atheism assumes death after death. These two perceptions of life and death, cause each group to look at the same things in different lights.

    As an analogy, say there is only one piece of cake left and you really want it. This is death after death; when that last piece is gone there is no more cake. The religion scenario (life after death) is there also only one piece of cake on the table, but to them there is a whole cake in the refrigerator but it is out of sight at this point.

    If both scenarios had people with the same compulsion for cake, the second scenario will have an easier time sacrificing, since in their mind there is more cake to come, shortly. The first scenario has a harder time sacrificing, since that one piece is it.

    You can't compare man's law which see the last piece of cake, period, with God's law which sees more cake to come. Religious martyrs see the extra cake, so they don't mind sacrificing the last piece; Jesus. The non-religious may need some extra external incentive (sword over their head) such that the lessor of two evils is to give up the cake. The Martyr does not need that external force and is often seen as an anomaly to those who don't believe there is always more cake.

    Those who only see the last piece can't understand why religious are so causal with life and death. While the religious, who see a fridge with more cake, can't understand why so desparate when there is fresher cake to come.
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