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'''Church God''' (a.k.a. [[Father God]]) refers to the patriarchal personification of God offered to the masses by priests of Western ecclesiastical institutions.<ref>Sosteric, Mike. 2017. “The Trouble with Atheists.” Socjourn.</ref> Church God is a sexist and racist [[archetype]] used to both a) control the thinking and behavior of the masses, and b) justify wealth and privilege, in particular in the archetypal variation [[Alpha God]].
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'''Church God''' (a.k.a. [[Father God]]) refers to the patriarchal personification of God offered to the masses by priests of Western ecclesiastical institutions.<ref>Sosteric, Mike. 2017. “The Trouble with Atheists.” Socjourn. https://www.academia.edu/36823156/the_trouble_with_some_atheists.docx</ref> Church God is a sexist and racist [[archetype]] used to both a) control the thinking and behavior of the masses, and b) justify wealth and privilege, in particular in the archetypal variation [[Alpha God]].
 
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Latest revision as of 18:41, 3 August 2019

Church God (a.k.a. Father God) refers to the patriarchal personification of God offered to the masses by priests of Western ecclesiastical institutions.[1] Church God is a sexist and racist archetype used to both a) control the thinking and behavior of the masses, and b) justify wealth and privilege, in particular in the archetypal variation Alpha God.


Further Reading

Sosteric, Mike. 2017. “The Trouble with Atheists.” Socjourn. https://www.academia.edu/36823156/the_trouble_with_some_atheists.docx

Video: What Did Einstein Say About Religion? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9Kg8WEVkgA


Footnotes

  1. Sosteric, Mike. 2017. “The Trouble with Atheists.” Socjourn. https://www.academia.edu/36823156/the_trouble_with_some_atheists.docx
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