From idolatry to idolatry – Worship of the Meatsack

In light of the fact that christianity is in fact Jesus worship rather than the acceptance of some messiah figure which is only the surface of deeper studies and conclusions about the Jewish Bible, it becomes understandable what happens to a significant amount of christians when they lose faith. These christians, upon realising the failure that Jesus is, don’t do the proper next logical step, and see that the so-called “Old Testament” needed no “New Testament”, that God stands fine on His own, without a floppy meatsack to share his glory. No, these christians were devotees to Jesus, not to the Torah, not to the Jewish Bible. And once their foundation in Jesus is gone, everything goes with it. They fall into agnosticism (actually, this is just practical atheism, but let’s just pretend that this exists as a real option), deism or atheism. Once there is no Jesus, there is no God for such people.

But this isn’t a totally accurate picture that I’m painting here. I made it appear as if without Jesus, there is no God or god. But that’s not exactly true. You see, these christians were deeply in love with a man, devoted to his physicality and pains. They were infatuated with a god made in their own image. By moving the agnosticism, deism and atheism, where do you think they get their information from now? What is the foundation of their worldview now? Who do they turn to for information about the nature of man, the nature of the universe, their own sense of meaning? If it isn’t something divine, then the only intelligence left is that of other humans. Now the naturalistic scientist, the godless archaelogist and the secular disciplines founded on the philosophy of primacy of the human intellect bereft of any reference to a real divine entity, these things become their friend, their everything, their “all in all.”

But what is this except a redefinition of their initial belief? They put their devotion in one man and it failed. So they then put their faith in humanity. They go from flesh to flesh. They relied on a dude, and now they rely on dudes, except now all they have is meatsack mentality. Just think about it! The infinitesimally small nothingness that happens to be on some rock, sharing space with some other rocks and an unimportant candle destined to be blown out, in the midst of other unimportant candles, and that is it. And some infinitesimal meatsack with some solidified stupidly cobbled together slop in the head makes some announcement on TV, or in a textbook, or journal that NOW some discovery changes the way that stupid-slop fizzes, as if it somehow changes the nature of the universe, or the unimportance of the meatsacks (I won’t mention the many other times the brain-slop has fizzed differently in the past, only to be “corrected” [LOLOLOLOLOL! – “corrected”]). One of the main constants in the universe is that everything ends. So … well, knowing this, there isn’t that much to “meatsack-ism”.

That is what can happen and does happen too often when a person worships an idol, the image or idea of a man: the idolatry doesn’t really change in nature, just in effect. That’s why it is so important to shrug off idolatry and find the truth! And you won’t find truth in “agnosticism,” deism or atheism … which are just other terms for meatsack-ism.

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About hesedyahu

I'm a gentile living in UK, a person who has chosen to take upon himself the responsibility God has given to all gentiles. God is the greatest aspect of my life and He has blessed me with a family. I used to be a christian, but I learnt the errors of my ways. I love music. I love to play it on the instruments I can play, I love to close my eyes and feel the groove of it. I wrote my songs when I was single and not so happy and since I've been married, I haven't written as much. I guess that shows how happy and blessed I am. What else is there?
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3 Responses to From idolatry to idolatry – Worship of the Meatsack

  1. searchinmyroots says:

    The question always crossed my mind, if Christians are so deep spiritually with Jesus whom they believe is G-d, then why would they not embrace Judaism when leaving Christianity? Is it just because there is no Jesus? But there still is a loving G-d! Or is it because they cannot see themselves living life as Torah observant? Not necessarily as Jews, but as Noahides or whatever you want to call it. I mean doesn’t a Noahide live a Torah observant life?

    Or maybe you hit the nail on the head (pun intended) Hesedyahu. Maybe they are really just in love with Jesus the man.

    • hesedyahu says:

      The thing with deception is that a lot of times you can only escape if you deal with the right deception in the right way. Deal with deception in the wrong way and you can get yourself stuck in a worse mess

  2. searchinmyroots says:

    Ah!

    Good point!

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