Christ whom I honor,
Hostile to your Christ.
With a crooked nose your Christ,
And mine, like me, is a little snubby.
Yours is a friend to all people without distinction,
And my blind reading of the parable.
What do you consider a garden of Eden,
I'll call it total hell.
Socrates of Miletos ideal
He considered it a national disaster.
We look at the Bible all day:
I see the light, you see a shadow.
History shows that in the matter of religions, we progress backward, and not the other way. No matter, there will be a new God and a new religion. They will be introduced to popularity and acceptance with the only arguments that have ever persuaded any people in this earth to adopt Christianity, or any other religion that they werenot born to: the Bible, the sword, the torch, and the axe.
Do I think the Christian religion is here to stay? Why should I think so? There had been a thousand religions before it was born. They are all dead. <...> No. I think that Christianity, and its God, must follow the rule. They must pass on, in their turn, and make room for another God and a stupider religion.