My sincere religious disbeliefs.
My Personal Testimony of What I Disbelieve
I disbelieve in denial of reality.
I disbelieve in authoritarian dogma.
I disbelieve in transcendentalism.
I disbelieve in the supernatural and preternatural.
I disbelieve in superstition, in folklore, in pretend as factual, in imaginary as real, in make-believe as reality.
I disbelieve in a cosmic mind, an over soul, or spiritual unity being.
I disbelieve in a supreme being deity, or deity beings of any sort.
I disbelieve in god or gods expressed as an anthropomorphism, apotheosis, manifestation, embodiment, incarnation, avatar, personification, metaphorically or symbolically.
I disbelieve in a creator who made humans and sustains the universe.
I disbelieve in dualism or pluralism.
I disbelieve in the theology of the Bible. The Qur’an. The Theogeny. The Vedas. The Eddas. The Torah. The Upanishads. Or any other religious system based on untenable authoritarian dogma.
I disbelieve in occultism, mysticism, gnosticism, revelation, and cabalism.
I disbelieve in astrology, numerology, palmistry, tarot, I Ching, and other forms of mystical divination.
I disbelieve in fairies, unicorns, dragons, angels, ghosts, disembodied spirits, demons, devils, aesir, vanir, daemons, mainyu, ahura, bodhisattva, magick, magic, and other flights of fancy.
I disbelieve in the “God of the gaps.” I view it as a pathetic attempt to keep alive an irrational belief. The “God of the gaps” is a “God of all that doesn’t exist.”