If miracles call us sinners then that is hate speech

A miracle is what is not naturally possible. It is a supernatural occurrence. It is paranormal.
Religion uses miracles as evidence for the truth of its claims.
Miracles are events that seem to be against nature or the way natural law usually runs. In other words, they cannot be explained by nature. Examples are the Blessed Virgin Mary appearing to children, the unexplained cure of incurable illness, blood coming out of nowhere on Catholic communion wafers, the sun spinning at Fatima in Portugal in 1917 and most importantly Jesus Christ coming back to life after being dead nearly three days. It is thought that only God can do these things.

If the Christian miracles point to the fanatical teaching of Jesus as true then miracles are useless as evidence that any religion is true.

Morality is not a simple belief in good or bad but a belief in being good or else suffering punishment. Morality and deserving go together. A person who does not punish the wicked though good is not morally good.

Sin is an offence against God or to put it another way, it is breaking the law of God. It is a crime not against the civil law of the land but the civil law of God. Crime is that which cannot be tolerated. Thus Christians worthy of the name will not tolerate sin. They will vote so that the law of the land does not tolerate it either. Some sin breaches the civil law of God and the other sins violate his moral law.

Jesus said the love of God above all things and with all your heart (ie emotions) and more than yourself or others is the greatest commandment. That is putting faith before people. It forces us to believe that everything we do is either a sin or tainted with sin. That alone is bigoted. It's bigotry and intolerance to command anybody what to feel. Marriage may imply such a command but that does not justify it. A God commanding us to feel total love for him is mad. We are not in full control of our feelings. A God commanding love at all is a problem for love is given without pressure. He is implicitly vindictive and therefore only superficially good. 

Another example, Jesus said we are all sinners. Sinners is a hate term. It is worse than calling travellers tinkers. A sinner is a person who breaks the law of God and if you break the law you must suffer retribution for it. It is a judgemental term. The Christian is alarmed at being judged by other Christians, but feels happier when they say they are sinners too. So the Christian is comforted by the thought that he is judged as long as everybody else is judged too! Strange!

Religion says God does miracles to battle against sin. If that is true then you should not like them.


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