"I [Jesus] will kill her children with death." Revelation 2:23
No psychologist will tell you that prayer will help you stop hating somebody.  They will give you ways of looking at the other person that help you stop wanting to hurt them.  When Christianity claims to be all about prayer it obviously thinks prayer alone will help.  A religion that speaks such nonsense in the face of such a serious problem as hate is a disgrace.


A religion that does not want to do anything real about hate may be following alleged divine revelations or false gods.


The Christian false god is Jesus and he is a good example of a hate catalyst god.

The claim made by Christians that Jesus loves you is a pack of lies. Jesus hates you!


Jesus definitely did not pretend to hate sins as if they were separated from the sinner. He went for the sinner’s jugular.

He said,


Whoever welcomes one child in my name welcomes me. If anyone causes one of these little ones to stumble, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.

He said,

Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’

The gospels are clear that on judgement day he would say something like “Away from me you evil doers; better for you that you had never been born.” 


In the story of the sheep and the goats, Jesus says he will send the goats to Hell for not clothing the naked so it is not hateful obnoxious monstrous people he is talking about.  You don't have to be totally bad to get sent off to everlasting punishment.  Remember why he chose sheep and goats to illustrate the point.  Sheep and goats are closely related and similar.
In Mark 9:19 Jesus tells his hearers that he cannot bear them any more and cannot stand them. 1 Corinthians 13:2, Paul who was Jesus' morality model, as good as called anybody who does not love “nothing.” Don’t think it refers to those who do not love at all. Those who are called unloving are unloving to some and not others. Or their love for anybody is not strong. But they still love.

The Christian narrative that Jesus went out in search of female sinners to spend time with them is lies. The woman who washed his feet, the Samaritan woman, the adulteress who was about to get stoned – Jesus went to none of them. In fact he was abusive to a woman who came to him for help with her daughter.

He lied that you can punish and hate the sin but not the sinner. If you try that you will find you are unable to love anybody either. How could you love somebody if you are going to hate them for doing wrong against God? You are set up to hate them.

Jesus said that no man can serve two masters. He said that he will love one master and hate the other.
He went on to say you cannot serve God and money. So we see that to love money is to hate God.
The Church says he didn't mean hate by the word hate. He only meant prefer less. But surely it would be possible to love God and money equally. Jesus meant hate. He meant hate as in willing evil to happen to another for evil's sake.
The implication is that the atheist or anyone who does not love God then hates him. That person is evil. He implied the same thing about anybody who loves their child or lover or whoever most instead of loving God most.
The psychological lesson from all this is that for Jesus there is only love or hate. No in-between. He has not grasped the fact that there is a third - indifference. Indeed, indifference, not hate, is considered the true opposite of love.

The Catholic hymn, Hail Redeemer, King Divine! Has a line calling Jesus the King of Love on Calvary. Was Jesus the King of Love or the King of Hate?

Hatred is wanting to hurt another person unjustly or inappropriately. It is pretending that there is little or no value in that person. Religion says hatred is always wrong and counsels us to love our enemies.

Anger wants to hurt a person for emotional reasons. It is hatred for it is vengeful (Catechism of the Catholic Church (2302)) even though religion unintelligibly allows it as long as you do not sin though it forbids hatred (ibid 2303). It is not something going wrong that makes you angry, it is the way you respond to it that does that for worse things happen and you do not have an angry reaction. So, anger is an unnecessary evil. Anger would not be hatred if you rationally wanted to hurt the person because you loved them but it is an irrational feeling. It is always listening to the heart and not the rationality. Some things make people angry while the other equally bad or worse things do not. Anger and love are incompatible. The person who says. “I am mad at you because I love you”, is a liar and it is a lie that society and religion readily and eagerly encourage.

Hatred is needlessly wanting to hurt another person or to see them hurt. Anger wants to see pain befall another because of a feeling and not because it is right so anger is hate. Anger and love cannot go together - though you may be able to switch from one to the other. Some say that anger is wishing evil to man as far as he deserves it while hatred does not care if he deserves it but wishes it anyway (page 63, Moral Philosophy). Yet they will agree with the definition that anger is a desire for vengeance for the wrongdoing of another (page 62, Moral Philosophy). Those who make this distinction are hypocrites for they know that all desire for vengeance or retribution is unjust and fuelled by hatred because there is no proof concerning how responsible a person is for what they do and indeed no proof that they are responsible at all. They might not have free will.

Anger is hatred.

People prefer being liked to being loved for real love is a cold act of goodness or good will. Anger stops you liking a person so how could it be love?

The faith of Christ commends anger so it is inciting believers to hatred against anybody who will not love and believe their disgusting God. It says that God and faith are of supreme importance. When it allows anger for lesser things it allows even more anger for bigger things. People might say that anger is a sin for you have to judge and Jesus said that we had no right to judge. But he said we may judge but only if we are good ourselves (Matthew 7). He said that we must see clearly to judge – that is, we must be fair and not be committing what we condemn the other person for ourselves. He told the Church to judge (Matthew 18:15-17). So Jesus did permit us and encourage us to be angry. He certainly had no right to do this because we all know there are things which are neither right or wrong. There have to be when right and wrong depend on the circumstances. When he had no time for the idea of neutrality but was only interested in black and white self-righteousness he had no right to call on us to judge. He warned that his generation would face the judgment of God as would those who were unlucky enough to live until he would come back. There is real vindictiveness in anybody who talks like that when they don’t know what they are talking about. But this vindictiveness is the Bible God’s law.

Jesus said that we must love God with all our hearts and our neighbours as ourselves. God matters most and considering how much God hates sin we see how angry he would like us to be.

Jesus presented himself as an example for us. He was angry because some towns did not believe in him despite the miracles he did in them (Matthew 11:21-24).

He was angry when he told the Jews that they were hypocrites (Matthew 15:7).

Jesus went into a fury in the Temple and drove all the moneychangers out (Matthew 21:12,13; Mark 11:15-18; John 2:13-17). He must have been so mad that they did not dare to gang up on him. Of course, that rampage never happened but the point is that the gospels are saying that Jesus could and would fly into a violent fury even if they only made the story up.

In Matthew 23, Jesus’ angry mouth went into overdrive when he called the Jewish leaders everything under the sun and accused them of heinous crimes. He told them they were bastards.

The Bible says that God gets angry. This anger is akin to willing what you will when you are angry instead of the emotion that occurs. God is a spirit and cannot have feelings. But if there are strong feelings involved there may be some excuse for anger.

When you approve of hatred it follows that any good you do in that spirit is just a sham. You are telling the person you help that you care about them and you do not.

In blessing anger, the Christian religion encourages rioting and killing. Nobody knows where anger will lead and many will go out of control so that they do not know what they are doing.
Jesus was vindictive if he lived. It is only those who don't know him who think they love him.

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