I have made a decision to tithe more regularly to my church. I know the lord can make it without my money, but the church cannot. Tithing is really an act of obedience and faith. Scott
I've come to despise the religious right pushing their superstitions, fears and agendas down our throats so I'm more militant than ever as an atheist and a call for educating the ignorant and mindless peoples of the planet.
Enough of the superstitious nonsense and brainwashing of children into religious fears. The world is in deep trouble and we need clear minds and actions to save ourselves from what is about to come because of our overpopulation, greed, and rape of the planet.
I would like to read the bible. And of course attend church more regularly.
I intend to give a percentage of my monthly earnings to charity.
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