You get approached by a representative of a major law firm, and they say that you have penalty fees on top of penalty fees on the 4,000 room mansion in Never Never Land, that you signed up for, years ago, to the point that you could never repay the costs, so they have agreed to waive all costs provided you give them 10% of everything you earn for the rest of your life, plus, you must try to convince other people that they also owe money to them, for their mansions.
You say that you don’t own a mansion anywhere, and have never signed for a 4,000 room mansion, and would like to see the paperwork. They give you a 774,746 word document containing a hodge-podge of convoluted and irrelevant stories, but nowhere does it mention you personally, or relate to you specifically.
You ask how this document relates to you, and are told that it relates to everyone, and obviously, you are a part of ‘everyone’. You again ask for specific proof that the document relates to you specifically, and they say that you will have to take their word for it.
You ask to see a photo of the mansion, and they say that you will have to take their word for it. You ask what proof will you get, that if you agree to pay the 10% of everything that you will earn for the rest of your life, that you will then own the 4,000 room mansion in Never Never Land, that they cannot even prove exists, and they say that you will have to take their word for it.
You ask, what do they do with all the money they have coerced from others, and they show you lots of mansions that they have built for the partners of their law firm, in the right here and now, which they say they use to convince others to pay for their mansions in Never Never Land.
Christianity is based on a fictitious debt that ‘everyone’ owes, called ‘Original Sin’ (which you never committed) and also actual ‘sins’, which can essentially be anything and everything, even pride in your own hard earned accomplishments - you will have to take their word for it.
The aim of the convoluted Christian story is to get you to pay money to them for the rest of your life, and to convince others to do the same. They then spend this money on anything they want…art, expensive buildings, trips, cars, gold, etc
It’s not classified as stealing as long as they convince you to give your money to them…what’s that saying, about a fool and their money…