So I have decided to give up on Dawkins’ book “The God Delusion” on page 122. If anyone can convince me that there is anything actually worth reading in the rest of the book I might give it a go. It really is the kind of book that once you’ve put it down, you find it very hard to pick up again.
It is hard to believe that someone with a professorship can produce something so utterly mindless, (perhaps it was just really rushed). It is badly researched, but it’s the lack of plain thinking that really gets to me.
Pessimist followed by Selfish followed by Cynical followed by Idealist generations in an ongoing cycle. Sociological manifestations of a 2500 year old spiritual conspiracy. Could this actually be happening? Are you conscious of it?
So the idea of the secular tyranny was born in hell thousands of years ago, and survives to this day. A false kingdom, ruled by hidden demonic powers, against whom our real battle remains until Jesus comes back.
Aristotle fundamentally disagreed with Plato, he believed that our actions in the physical realm ought to be be organized, and ethical. But quickly he found that grandfather Socrates was right about one thing: although we ought to be ethical, we are anything but!