Why you shouldn’t give money to church
In the following short article you will hopefully learn that instead of donating money to your local place of worship, you could be putting a few extra gallons of gas in your vehicle which is all important these days. Perhaps, you could put a few extra dollars towards a family vacation or something similar.
Say you donate $5 every Sunday to your church, that comes out to $260 a year using a simple equation of 52×5 being that there are 52 weeks in a year. Yet if you are a dedicated worshipper you might donate even more money into the sink hole that is religion, which adds up to even more preciously earned dollars coming out of your very light weighted wallet. Besides the obvious fact that you are basically throwing away money for a being that could possibly be a false god, what do you get in return? Let’s discuss this shall we?
In return for your thrown away money you can hear the word preached from a book that you can simply read yourself. Meanwhile that freeloader standing up at the podium most likely revels in the fact that his job is to get up on Sundays and tell people what to believe in. You also pay for crusty wafers and cheap wine (possibly even juice if they are greedy). In addition to the traditional Sunday offerings religion also offers other services that produce even more income for doing something that requires little to no effort. A few of these services are such things as sprinkling water on your head to claim you baptised, casting out your demons, or the worse one of all, giving money to show you are still loyal.
Do you understand what I am getting at folks? Sure, believe if you want, I’m just saying there are more honorable causes to give your money for than a being that simply takes all the “fun” things out of life. On a last note, this article is complete opinion by myself. I understand that some people who are religious tend to overreact, if you are one of those people, please see your way back to the homepage and forget you read this.