Slaughtz said something like..
those who seeks a father in heaven are bastards of the world
As far as I know, I have never seen the use of the word "father" in any other scriptures outside of the modern translation of the bible. Father referring to God the creator. I would even say if you were to read the original Hebrew you wouldn't find that word specifically...This is most likely intentionally added to justify the relationship of Jesus being the "son" with the holy spirit in order to further the trinity concept....
With that said, are the majority of people who embrace Christianity and believe in God bastards? meaning without biological fathers, therefore they are seeking a replacement, or to fill a void for something they have never had?
I would say that this isn't the case as the majority seem to have full households, great grandparents. grandparents, mothers/father and offspring, especially if you look at the bible belt of the USA..
Also in the Quranic scriptures, it states:
God desires that He should make light your burdens, and man is created weak
There is also a concept known as Fitra, which means, according to religion, that humans are created with a natural inclination towards God.
So even if belief in God IS a sign of weakness, then doesn't this confirm what the scriptures are saying, now this may sound like circular reasoning, but what i'm getting at is..
Why do people equate strength to the disbelief in God?
And are they deniers of such a creator and refuse to testify, and submit to his will out of egoistic arrogance?