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"I believe in God, 
     just not religion." 














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MORE AND MORE PEOPLE 
ARE MAKING 
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WHY THE CYNICISM 
ABOUT RELIGION?






FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS, 
RELIGION HAS REPEATED 
A CONVINCING LIE 



A LIE THAT HAS ROBBED 
A VERY IMPORTANT 
AND VALUABLE THING 
FROM MILLIONS OF GOOD PEOPLE 



SOMETHING ALL THOSE PEOPLE 
DIDN’T KNOW THEY POSSESSED:  


POWER 




 MUCH HAS BEEN SAID 
ABOUT RELIGION 
BEING A FORCE FOR GOOD 
IN THE WORLD


HOWEVER


TOO LITTLE HAS BEEN SAID 
ABOUT THE PROMISES 
RELIGION HAS FAILED 
TO DELIVER ON:  


TRUE FREEDOM and MEANING



 PLUS...
RELIGION PRODUCES 
SIDE-EFFECTS 
THAT RELIGIOUS LEADERS
DON'T LIKE TO TALK ABOUT
 











Among the side-effects 
of religion... 

  • BURNOUT 
  • FRUSTRATION
  • JUDGING OTHERS
  • OTHERS JUDGING YOU 
  • NEVER FEELING GOOD ENOUGH  
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RELIGION PROMISES
its followers 
THAT GOD WILL ...
  • Give you a long life
  • Heal you and give you good health
  • Protect you and watch over you
  • Bless you with financial health … and even wealth
  • Also provide the same for your children and THEIR children (going several generations) 
  • Hear your prayers
  • Give you a brand new, even better ETERNAL LIFE after your current pretty-good, long and healthy one is over!!






SOUNDS 
PRETTY AWESOME,

RIGHT?
 





IT
SURE AS HECK
DOES!!
 










what the promoters
of religion are promising
 

IS



AWESOME
 



AND 

THEY SAY 

THAT AWESOME LIFE

CAN BE YOURS


 

IF...


YOU DO 
THE FOLLOWING...



 
  • GO TO CHURCH REGULARLY 
  • WORSHIP LIKE YOU REALLY MEAN IT
  • GIVE AT LEAST 10% OF YOUR INCOME TO YOUR LOCAL CHURCH (CHURCH MEMBERS ARE TOLD IT'S ACTUALLY AN AWESOME DEAL BECAUSE GOD OWNS ALL 100% AND ALLOWS YOU TO KEEP 90%!)
  • OBEY THE TEN COMMANDMENTS IN THE BIBLE'S OLD TESTAMENT 
  • OBEY THE TEACHINGS OF JESUS IN THE BIBLE'S NEW TESTAMENT 
  • BE A MEMBER OF A LOCAL CHURCH
  • SUBMIT TO THE LEADERSHIP OF THE LOCAL CHURCH YOU'VE JOINED (AS THEY DEFINE SUBMISSION)
  • BE SUPER-DUPER NICE TO OTHERS, INCLUDING STRANGERS, FAMILY MEMBERS, FRIENDS, PEOPLE AT WORK, PEOPLE AT CHURCH, ETC.
  • BE A "PRAYER WARRIOR", A BIBLE STUDENT, AND AN ALL-AROUND RIGHTEOUS PERSON
  • MAINTAIN A HUMBLE HEART 
  • SINCERELY REPENT TO GOD FOR YOUR SINS ON A REGULAR BASIS
  • EARNESTLY SEEK GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART AND WITH ALL YOUR SOUL 
  • AND LOVE GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART, ALL YOUR SOUL, ALL YOUR MIND AND ALL YOUR STRENGTH 
WHEW!

THAT'S RIGHT  
AS LONG AS YOU DO 
ALL THE THINGS 
ON THE ABOVE LIST*,
GOD WILL 
BLESS YOU
WITH GOOD STUFF...

 
* SO SAY THE PROMOTERS OF RELIGION  

        

Do NOT 
Read 
the Small Print... 



… EXCEPT you might still die of cancer, you, your children, your family could still be murdered, your house could still burn down, some terrible accident that causes death or severe injury to you and/or family members could still happen, your finances could still be wiped out due to unforeseen circumstances. 

That's right; any number of horrible things may still occur. 

ALL of these things STILL happen in the lives of people who believe in the "IF/THEN" promises of religion. Statistics don't lie. 

Those who believe God will protect them because of their "righteous" behavior are just as likely to experience the same negative, painful life experiences and the same kinds of losses and disappointments as those who do not believe in God that way. 

Those who do not believe God protects certain people while withholding protection and blessings for other people are no more likely to die of cancer (for one of many examples) as someone who earnestly believes God is constantly monitoring our behavior. If you do not believe God intervenes in the lives of certain people based upon their good behavior, there is no evidence supporting the theory you are less likely to have a good, healthy, happy life.

Whether a person will have a good, healthy and happy life is actually determined by beliefs and behaviors outside the framework of religion and religious beliefs.       

So, how does the religious establishment explain the inconvenient truth that bad things will still happen to good (righteous) people [people who have been told to believe that special blessings can be claimed by those who believe in God … as long as they live like it]? 

Religious leaders literally ignore this contradiction. 

They talk and teach as though the contradiction doesn't exist.

At the funeral of a believer who dies young, or of a respected believer who dies tragically, a religious preacher might say things like... 

"Sometimes God's blessings are contained within suffering."

OR

"God had a different plan." 

OR JUST

"God's will is a great mystery."

OR EVEN

Satan is sometimes blamed. 

Whenever ANY uninvited bad thing happens in the life of a faithful follower, one or more of the above excuses are cited. 

What about when something bad happens in the life of an unfaithful follower? Well, you know how religious leaders respond to that scenario: that is either explained as ...

"God is trying to bring you back."

OR

"You became susceptible to attack by the Devil through your disobedience." 

What about the list of promises religion promotes as the benefits of living the "right" way?   
 
Good question. What about those promises? 

At the end of the day, the constant pressure to live a perfect life (or as close to it as possible) is what leads to the "side effects" listed above. This is what causes people to either grow very cynical and very angry...

OR

… to begin re-thinking religion. 

        



So ...


Have you been 
re-thinking religion? 


 
Doubting what the 
proponents of religion 
have told you to believe?

 


Or 
perhaps you have been 
wondering about some 
of the following things...



  • If there is a God who created the Universe, I am pretty sure it wasn't created just so most of the people who have populated the planet would end up being tortured in a fiery torment for an everlasting eternity
  • I've always been told that God knows everything and that He KNEW everything in advance. That would mean He KNEW most of the people He made would end up being tortured in a fiery torment for an everlasting eternity
  • … and He put everything into motion anyway?!
  • Wait a second. If He KNEW all this in advance … and if He is the One Who made everything, then God is the one sending most of the people He made to an everlasting eternity to be tortured in a fiery torment
  • THAT MAKES NO SENSE!


















  • Religious people believe God gives everyone a choice
  • According to the religious outlook, God doesn't send anyone to hell - it is mankind who gets to make the choice: choose God (the Truth) and you are choosing life - do not choose God and, by default, you are choosing to believe a lie … and that ultimately leads to death
  • Hmm... Okay... So, if one person … or a million people … or ten billion people go to hell, it is because they all CHOSE that as their destiny. It's not God's fault - it is a choice each person gets to make 
  • They say it is God's Spirit that leads us to the truth  [… the truth about what an evil, worthless, lowlife and disgusting sinner you are; the truth that all you have to do is sincerely apologize to God (for being born this way?) and for all the sins you have ever committed (and do all the things on the above list) and you will go to heaven! … that is, unless you say a 4-letter word just before getting hit by a bus]    
  • But hold on a second. If we are born sinful, a sinner from the get-go, evil by default, how does it makes sense that God supposedly expects us to repent... repent for being the way we are? 
  • And I thought God is omnipresent … meaning everywhere, all the time … meaning there is nowhere in the whole universe that God's presence is not there. If that is the case, how is it that I can ever be separated from God? Religious people both believe God is everywhere all the time AND that God separates Himself from anyone who sins.  
  • Sorry, but that also makes no sense. 


Religion
Makes
No 
Sense! 








    Religious people say, "No, you are distorting what the Bible teaches!"

    • The Bible says God loves the world … meaning the WHOLE world … meaning everyone in the whole world <-- That makes sense because the Bible also says that after the world was brought into existence, God declared that everything He made is GOOD! [That includes people. The Bible says people were made in His image. So, of course God said - AND STILL BELIEVES - we are good!]
    • Yet religion comes along and insists that every man, woman and child on the entire planet is hopelessly evil. Hmm. So, God declared everything He made as being inherently good ... but religion declares people - who are said to be the pinnacle of God's creation - are not good at all. How does that make sense?!
    • Religious people believe we are all hopelessly evil … we are all sinners … we are all sinful … we are all rebellious … we are all selfish and, if not for God's influence in our lives, we would all do the wrong thing … all the time
    • They believe God wants nothing to do with sin; that He separates Himself from sin; and therefore anyone who has not CHOSEN to have God in their life is hopelessly disconnected from God... because they are shock-full of SIN
    • Although you likely won't see it advertised on a billboard, the message from religious people to the rest of the world: "God loves you! … but He wants nothing to do with you because of your sinfulness."
    • … and they believe the Bible teaches these things!
    • THAT STILL MAKES NO SENSE!   



    Sometimes religious people get angry when tough questions are asked or when religion's contradictions are discussed, 
    but anger is not an answer  

    • If a sinner is separated from God because of their sinfulness, how is it that God's spirit is going to lead a "sinner" into … anything? 
    • Religious people explain that a sinner must choose God, but they also say sinners who are without God in their lives can't make any good choices. Then how is a sinner - a person who is separated from God - supposed to choose God?
    • They say God loves us unconditionally and that His grace and salvation is free to all … who choose it. That's right, each person must first make the choice to come to HIM and apologize for being such a bad person before He will accept us and no longer regard us as being separated from Him. In other words, we must all save ourselves. 
    • If a sinner is incapable of ever doing the right thing, then we should all be completely, irretrievably lost. Period. Religious people say, "Yes! Exactly right! That's why Jesus was sent!"  - - - And then they explain that Jesus' ministry and Jesus dying on the cross made it so that no one has any excuse. Sorry religious people, but that means you are still saying all the wretched sinners out there who are irretrievably lost and broken and confused and unable to make good choices … somehow still need to overcome their own brokenness and confusion, AND feel bad enough about being such an awful sinner, to reach out to God and ask to be saved … in order to be saved … which essentially means anyone who wants to avoid that eternal fiery torment must save themselves. 
    • No human being who is a sane, responsible, loving parent would ever treat one of their own children the way religious people believe God treats mankind. In fact, the Bible instructs believers to love their spouses and children in a way that is completely different from the manipulative, fear-based way they say God loves all of His children
    • THAT MAKES NO SENSE!



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    The Town and the Mayor 
    is a fun-to-read allegory 
    about God and all of us

    • It explains what the Bible is really describing when it refers to God's Kingdom
    • It rejects the idea that the world is getting worse and worse as most religious people believe  
    • It explains many, if not all, of the contradictions contained in the Bible 
    • It features an Afterword section that explains and discusses some of the things metaphorically described in the story
    • Many readers have said The Town and the Mayor explains confusing things in the Bible like nothing they've ever read before  


    In taking on the topic of sin, The Town and the Mayor describes a world where virtually the entire population of the planet has been living under the burden of a great amount of personal debt.  
     
    But hold on. 
     
    It turns out the whole thing was a scam. Everyone had been deceived. What people had been led to believe about being in debt turned out to be a lie.  
     
    It was all a huge fraud.  
     
     


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    What
    The Town and the Mayor 
    IS NOT

    The Town and the Mayor 
    IS NOT ...

    Anti-God 

    This book is definitely NOT anti-God. It simply offers readers (especially those with a religious background) the opportunity to ask themselves, "What if God is more like this than the way I was raised to believe?"

    Anti-Faith 

    The Town and the Mayor is not anti-faith. Readers are challenged to re-think what concepts, beliefs, and explanations they choose to put their faith in. 

    Anti-Creation 

    The vast universe we live in, and everything in it, came about somehow. If a "Big Bang" brought all this about, theorists admit they can't explain what put that into motion. The author of The Town and the Mayor believes the universe was created by an intelligence that is emphatically in favor of ALL that was created, including all of us inhabitants of planet Earth! 
    The Town and the Mayor 
    IS NOT ...

    Anti-Bible 

    The notion that every word, every sentence, every paragraph, in the Bible is without error, including the placement of all punctuation, is itself erroneous. The idea has been soundly disproven by the thousands of quiet alterations, revisions and reprints that have been made since the Bible's first "edition" was approved back in the 4th century. The Roman Catholic Church a milenia and-a-half ago declared the Bible was not to be questioned because no part of their strangle-hold of authority and control over the European continent was to be questioned. 

    New Age

    No part of The Town and the Mayor promotes astrology, cosmology, esotericism, alternative medicine, or other common aspects of what is commonly refered to as the New Age movement. Author Jim Aitkins recently said, "It saddens me that if you write something that makes religious people feel threatened, they will attack you with completely off-base things like, 'That's of the devil' or 'That's New Age' or 'That is herecy' or 'That guy doesn't know what he is talking about.' Critics of my point of view say crazy things like that instead of directly stating what, exactly, they believe about my outlook is wrong and how they can prove it is wrong." 

    Religion

    This book is not about offering a new or alternative belief system. The Town and the Mayor makes the straightforward proposition that this [the allegorical scenario described in the book] is what the Bible is actually trying to say. If the text had not been edited by people who wanted to use these ancient writings as a tool to control entire populations of people and to amass vast amounts of wealth, the Bible would be conveying a much more coherent and positive message. What if the real message is that God has something so much better in store for all of us than religion.






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    Here's What a Few People 
    Who've Already Read 
    The Town and The Mayor
    Want You to Know 
    About the Book


    The dialogue was so genuine, I felt like I was literally watching a movie.  

    Mike Lee, Houston, TX 

    If God is really, truly like this (and I am now tending to believe he is), then this changes everything for me. 

    Anonymous 

    I finally got around to reading the Town and the Mayor and now I'm sorry I didn't read it sooner! In my opinion, you nailed it perfectly. This speaks to how I have felt for years now. I believe that religion gets in the way and distorts God's love for us. As you have shown here, his love is the opposite of exclusionary. I also believe we have all been given gifts from God and that yours is the gift of Teacher and Prophet; you are telling the truth in a visual and creative way with words and you have shared that gift with the world in the form of this exceptional book. I am so glad I found it!

    Mike Lindbo, Puyallup, WA 

    When I read the story within the story - the one about the little girl in the stables - I was convinced. I have been sharing that story with my children at bedtime. They want to it over and over again.

    Jeremee Wambah, School Superintendent 

    I absolutely love this story and the detailed descriptions! I can imagine it as a motion picture (hope it actually becomes one). It's a really fascinating concept and even though it is a fiction book, it feels believable. Even though I have read it twice now, I still want more. I would say that is a sign of a good book that needs to be shared.  

    Jeri R., Cleveland, OH 




    Author
    JIM AITKINS
    says, 

    The entire storyline for The Town and The Mayor, showed up in my head in a single moment. I remember exactly where I was. I was sitting in the front row … at church. The pastor was delivering the sermon. I do not recall what he said that triggered the big 'aha-ha!' I just remember a series of vivid images flashing through my mind, one after the other.   
     
    I turned to my wife and whispered, "I know what the Bible is trying to say God's Kingdom is like. It's like a town. A fast-growing town surrounded by orchards and parks and forests and other cool stuff."  
     
    I'll also never forget what my wife said...

    "Shhh."  



     



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