Essenceism 6 - “Unreal gods from this world”
Part 3 – Religion's responsibility for state of world
Chapter 19 - Controversy around religion
Chapter 20 - Loss of the original value system
Chapter 21 - The question of evil created by religions
Chapter 22 - Objective assessment of history
Chapter 23 - The state produced by evil
Chapter 24 - Falsification of the condition of religious mission
Chapter 25 - Time to stop deceiving people
Chapter 26 - Comparison of the state of religion and science
Chapter 27 - The message of Jesus and the ideas of essenceism
The expectation of essenceism towards religion
Hundreds of years have passed since the great speeches of such figures as Buddha, Muhammad and, above all, Jesus Christ. Meanwhile, evil is still the same in the world.
For centuries, philosophers and theologians have had endless disputes about what our world is like, whether there is God, etc. In this way, both theology and philosophy revolve around their dogmatic findings, bringing nothing new to the knowledge of the Creator of the universe, sense of human life, about our eternal future and about the elimination of evil.
Essenceism invariably affirms that religion is an absolutely indispensable realm of our defective civilization. It is primarily to explain to us the source of evil, and then to free humanity from it.
Essenceism therefore argues that religious denominations have one primary purpose:
the salvation of mankind from evil.