Holy Books: Badly written fantasy.

Jesse Wright
4 min readOct 30, 2022

My last word on Holy Books.

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I am a garbage reader. I read anything with words in a row. When I was young I focused on Science Fiction. In my later years Fantasy. Science and History were always part of my reading material.

Let me state for the record. You can believe any damn thing you want. If the belief is directly against facts or history or morality you can expect me to challenge you. I will in general ignore you except when you try to push that belief onto me or my friends or children.

Using the Law to compel others to follow your traditions is the worst. As everyone should know, Theocratic is the worst form of government. If you don’t believe me look at the living conditions in those countries. In all of them being an atheist is a death sentence.

So to all religions I an atheist and a blasphemer and a heretic. It has gotten me in trouble before and probably will again.

When I was in high school I got interested in religion. I read all of the holy books including the Bible, Quran, Mormon Bible, Greek and Roman Gods, Elder Edda, Book of the Dead, and more. Some in their native language.

To see how they were in real life I attended religious services of as many variants of belief that I could find. And I found many from established religions to cults…



Jesse Wright

Learning to be a writer. Ex-Grey beard programmer, now retired. Extensive wide ranging reader. Proud Democrat and Liberal and Atheist. Bipolar but Medicated.