A BRAINWASHED WORLD
Fable; fabulous; fancy; fantasy; fantastic; legend; legendary; mystical; mythical;mythological; phantasmal:
“connote imaginary and unreal or fictitious”.
use of reason and argument in seeking truth and knowledge of reality,
especially of the causes and nature of things and of the principles governing existence”.
a personal god or super-human controlling power to be obeyed and worshipped as the creators and rulers of the universe
unquestioning belief that does not require proof or evidence".
“Christian theological doctrine; that faith alone, not obedience to themoral law, is required for salvation”.
“a system of religious worship or ritual”.
“any of the various beings
as supernatural, immortal, and havingspecial powers over the lives and affairs of people and the course of nature. In amonotheistic religion, the single god is considered omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent,
and creator and ruler of the universe”
that which exists or occurs outside the normal experience or knowledgeof man; not explainable by the known f
orces or laws of nature”
“religious beliefs based on a literal interpretation of everything in the
Bible and regarded as fundamental to Christian faith and morals; the twentieth century
movement among some American Protestants, is based on those beliefs”.
The Enlightenment or Age of Reason:
Wikipedia says it was a
“cultural movement of
intellecuals in 18
century Europe, that sought to mobilize the power of reason, in order to reform society and advance knowledge. It promoted science and intellectual
interchange and opposed superstitution, and abuses in church and state”.
derived from observation, study and experimentation
carried on in order to determine the nature or principles of what is being studied”.
to think coherently and logically; to draw inferences or conclusions from
facts whether known or assumed”.
“disregards or rejects any form of religious faith; especially that
and ecclesiastical affairs should not enter into the functions of the state”.
Secularists advocate tolerant worldly views. We think that it is ignorant and unfair toinculcate the minds of little children with the fallacies inherent in any supernaturalindoctrination.
“that property of plants and animals which makes it possible for them to take in food,
get energy fro
m it, grow, adapt themselves to their surroundings, and reproduce”.
: reassures the less-intelligent, who are
unaware of what they don’t know.
“any systematic, widespread, dissemination or promotion of particular
ideas, doctrines, prac
tices, etc. to further one’s own cause or to damage an opposing one”.
any remark deliberately mocking or contemptuous of God”.
Myth, mythology, mythological:
any fictitious story, unscientific account, theory or be
“a chronological record of the past”.