Thursday, January 11, 2024

I Want to Cry But...

I think I had heard of some these.  From Study Finds:
"Shared testimonies, collective singing, silent meditation and baptism rituals – these are all activities you might find at a Christian church service on a Sunday morning in the United States. But what would it look like if atheists were gathering to do these rituals instead?

"Today, almost 30% of adults in the United States say they have no religious affiliation, and only half attend worship services regularly. But not all forms of church are on the decline – including “secular congregations,” or what many call “atheist churches.”"

This should be no surprise.  The urge to worship is inborn and counterfeit religions (Marxism, National Socialism) are long-standing.  Many of the forms of church that these institutions copy are just less destructive forms of the high-runner species.

My experience is that a lot of kids have grown up in Christian homes where Mom and Dad promised until death do us part.  This lasted about fifteen years and then their Christianity seemingly failed to keep family together.

Do your best to model Christ in your marriage.


  1. "Reconstructionist Judaism" is ritual Judaism for, basically, atheists. They do all the traditional stuff without actually believing in it. And of course, embracing LGBTQXYZ, female rabbis, etc.

  2. Do your best to model Christ.

    There. Fixed it for ya.