Defender of the Faith

Whether you are Pagan or Christian, and whichever type of Pagan or Christian you are, it is always better to have faith in something than to be an Atheistic Nihilist.
Do you think Alexander the Great would have been able to conquer the known world if he had looked at the situation strictly in terms of logic and reason? Alexander had an unshakeable faith in himself, and his men also had an unshakeable faith in him; thus they could attain greatness.
When the logical conclusion points to a seemingly inevitable outcome, one can either accept it as inevitable and embrace the weak and blasphemous notion of defaitism. Alternatively, one can embrace the Glorious Pill and shape fate in accord with one’s own vision.

2 Comments on “Defender of the Faith”

  1. Awesome post! Good view point, I’m from the states (Texas, particularly) and my forebears hail from Belgium and Germany. For a few years I’ve struggled with my pagan beliefs, but I believe that has a lot to do with the struggle of diversity here in the States. A lot of people here consider it wrong to have pride and to hold on to your ancestral religion(of course, only when it pertains to European views).

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