Never Kneel

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It is both a personal account of rejecting god as well as a look at why a godless life has changed the author for the better. It covers the author's time as a Pentecostal Christian and how he left that life for one without faith. It then discussed the three things the author feels faith in a higher power breeds in humanity: diminishment of self, diminishment of responsibility, and the disconnection from nature. The zine illustrates how belief in any god sums up the intricacies of the natural world and the human heart and mind too simply, and with condescending implications.
It is both a personal account of rejecting god as well as a look at why a godless life has changed the author for the better. It covers the author's time as a Pentecostal Christian and how he left that life for one without faith. It then discussed the three things the author feels faith in a higher power breeds in humanity: diminishment of self, diminishment of responsibility, and the disconnection from nature. The zine illustrates how belief in any god sums up the intricacies of the natural world and the human heart and mind too simply, and with condescending implications.
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==External link==
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[http://www.myspace.com/deathcultdoodles Never Kneel on My Space]
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Revision as of 18:34, 12 August 2009

Never Kneel is a zine written in 2009 by Seth Graham, in Buffalo, New York.

It is both a personal account of rejecting god as well as a look at why a godless life has changed the author for the better. It covers the author's time as a Pentecostal Christian and how he left that life for one without faith. It then discussed the three things the author feels faith in a higher power breeds in humanity: diminishment of self, diminishment of responsibility, and the disconnection from nature. The zine illustrates how belief in any god sums up the intricacies of the natural world and the human heart and mind too simply, and with condescending implications.

External link

Never Kneel on My Space

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