Should you hate religion?

November 17, 2022
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How the parable of the Prodigal Son ends religion. 

You might assume that Jim Babka is pro-religion, given that he is a believer. You’d be even more prone to think that, given that he wants to bring a Zero Aggression message to millions of American Christians through his unique vision of gracearchy. Actually…

Jim dislikes religion

Wait, isn’t Christian belief a system of religion? Not the way Jim sees it. To him, religion seems to be about institutions and all of the things that go on inside institutions from building funds, to budgets, to butts in the seats. More importantly…

Jim argues that religion exists to carry out a real or ritual sacrifice. The religion’s leaders insist that we must sacrifice because we are displeasing to and separated from God. And…

One terrible byproduct of this separation message is the positioning of a paid class of people posturing as intermediaries between God and human beings. They grow their wealth and power by encouraging division – especially virtue signaling, just like their woke secular counterparts.

And in this unique episode of Gracearchy, Jim gives an even more blunt assessment of religion. Indeed, he argues that the antidote to the poison of religion is found in a set of parables Jesus told, especially…

The Prodigal Son

Maybe you think you’ve heard the parable of the Prodigal Son before. Chances are you haven’t heard it this way!

And after you’re done listening to Jim’s explanation of it, you’ll see why religion is typically pitted against real tolerance and grace. You might even see why…

  • Church and state are so often allied with each other!
  • We have culture wars.

To find a more graceful and Zero Aggression-oriented approach you’ll want to share with Christian friends, check out…

Prodigal People

ZAP The State and have a nice day,

Perry Willis, Co-creator
Zero Aggression Project


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