So why haven't you guys prepared for the next crusade guys, you damn pansies? Christianity is clearly the superiour religion with the most reasonable teological construction of all.
Picture related, created it some days ago.
The nuclear family was shit because men did all the work, there isn't any chance in hell going back now that men know what women really are.
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>The nuclear family was shit because men did all the work, there isn't any chance in hell going back now that men know what women really are.
If work is only making the money. Women cooked, cleaned, and cared for the children.
Christianism is dead. Very few are really faithful. Even in /pol/ most just support christianism because crusades, not because the faith itself.
And a crusade without a fanatic faith, isn't a crusade, and will fail eventually
For the record I'm agnostic but I think that:
1- respect for nature should come before any deity
2- honor should become before any deity
3- the spirit and ideas of these old gods is what I respect rather than some big guys sitting on clouds
Are you sure about that? What similarity is there between, say, the Basque Sugaar and any other European pre-Christian deity? What about the Lusitanian Endovelicus? Eacus? What about the Finnish Ilmatar or their other gods?
And if your theory hinges on the similarity of Indo-European pantheons, where does that place pre-Indo European pantheons? Are they therefore not European by virtue of the fact that they have little in common with their Indo-European counterparts?
And what if we know absolutely nothing about them, what they represent, or the manner in which they were worshiped?
And this isn't even dealing with the question of whether they offer any spiritual truth.
The most important aspect of paganism is that rather than being based on rules like the semitic religions, it was based more on advice. To be a pagan all you really have to do is live honorably by following this advice.
How do you know that? Have you met any ancient pagans who told you that that's what they believed? Did you read that in some pagan text, like the Eddas, and if so, how can you claim that that belief extended to all pagans rather than being true only of that pagan people from which the text came (i.e., Scandinavians)?
Have you ever thought to ask any of these questions? It sounds like you haven't.
At least it's better than Christianity, which has done nothing but fuck things up everywhere it has ever taken root.
People talk about how great Europe became, but it wasn't until the beginning of the rejection of Christian ideas during the enlightenment and the revival of some pagan ideas - see the romanticized pagan themed artwork form that period, that Europe actually advanced and recovered from the hole left by the Christian dark ages where the semitic ideas were adhered to fully.
> tfw you'll never be a loyal knight defending the realm of the boy leper king
> tfw he was actually a really good king that blew Saladin the fuck out
>At least it's better than Christianity, which has done nothing but fuck things up everywhere it has ever taken root.
>but it wasn't until the beginning of the rejection of Christian ideas during the enlightenment and the revival of some pagan ideas
You realise that it's largely because of the ideals advanced by the Enlightenment, and particularly humanism, that we are in our current situation, right?
>worshipping a dead socialist jew kebab
See I can do it too.
How many people were killed and tortured to spread a foreign religion to Europe? How many ancient sacred sited were destroyed? Then they did the same in Africa and America, everywhere they went the Christians destroyed or appropriated the native culture.
>You realise that it's largely because of the ideals advanced by the Enlightenment, and particularly humanism, that we are in our current situation, right?
That's the point I was trying to make, that humanism - which the church wasn't happy about, was the beginning of the rejection of Christian ideas and as a result was a period of great advancement for Europe.
>Religion with literal human sacrifice
>bitching about a few forced conversions
Forced conversion is infinitely preferable to allowing savages to live among you. Let's not forget that the "noble pagans" were raiding the fuck out of Europe at the same time the Saracen hordes were overrunning Iberia.
>How many people were killed and tortured to spread a foreign religion to Europe?
Not many, really, and certainly nothing out of the ordinary for the period. Are you referring to something specific? For some reason I get the impression that you're talking about the Inquisition.
>How many ancient sacred sited were destroyed?
You mean sacred groves? Do you also go into mourning every time you enter a lumber shop?
>Then they did the same in Africa and America, everywhere they went the Christians destroyed or appropriated the native culture.
The idea that conversion was coerced in the Americas is largely a myth, unless you want to try to defend the position that a handful of Jesuits possessed such great martial prowess that they personally subjugated millions of people by themselves. In my own country, there was virtually no religious conquest in any military sense. The Jesuits established reserves where natives were taught to read and write. The only deaths that came as a result of this were from the pox and the martyrdoms of those Jesuits themselves.
As to appropriating culture, I don't know what you're talking about, but I'm not surprised you're using SJWs' tactics on me. They are your cousins, after all.
>which the church wasn't happy about
And which much of this board isn't happy about, either. There is a direct line of descent from the Enlightenment to our current situation: feminism, immigration, destruction of the family, moral relativism, etc., etc. are the bastard children of that miserable movement. We judge the tree by the fruits it produces.