Religious Experience

“…the human mind creates for itself more or less analogous beings on whose wills and actions these fearful happenings depend.” – Albert Einstein

Here’s a question for all you religious people who lack critical thinking but rather rely upon “faith” which is a man-made phenomenon comparable to “time” is also man-made.

When and if Jesus resurrected why did he NEVER discuss his experience regarding his OWN pain of death? After all, if he were ‘in the flesh’ wouldn’t he have felt pain?

Perhaps, The Bible is a collection of metaphors, similes, allegories, euphemisms, and other literary devices to help the average person live life in a physical body.

Even Lazarus NEVER shared what he saw or experienced. Was Lazarus literate or were only a few, select, fishermen?

It would seem if he were all-knowing and wished to spread peace then perhaps it would be best that he write a short snippet of his experience. Alas, Jesus wasn’t a writer; he relied upon the error of mankind to write about his experiences; experiences which they themselves hadn’t experienced.

Published by Benjamin Schleibenhammerstew

Hello there. Everyone is an expert in their own mind. In the Present, we think about the Past, which dictates our Future. Don’t beat yourself up about The Past; there were too many non-constant variables to predict The Future. However, if you end up treating the Future like a crystal ball don’t be disappointed in it’s outcome but remember it ultimately was your Own Choice. Subconsciously living in a Conscious world or is it the other way around? Benjamin Schleibenhammerstew

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