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'''Church God''' refers to the patriarchal personification of God offered to the masses by priests of Western ecclesiastical institutions. Church God is a sexist and racist [[archetype]] used to both a) control the thinking and behavior of the masses, and b) justify wealth and privilege, in particular in the archetypal variation [[Alpha God]].
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'''Church God''' (a.k.a. [[Father God]]) refers to the patriarchal personification of God offered to the masses by priests of Western ecclesiastical institutions. Church God is a sexist and racist [[archetype]] used to both a) control the thinking and behavior of the masses, and b) justify wealth and privilege, in particular in the archetypal variation [[Alpha God]].
  
 
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Church God is a [[Alpha God]] suppressing the masses.
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Church God is [[Alpha God]], posing as [[Father God]], brutally suppressing the masses.
 
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Church God may be contrasted with [[Science God]] and [[Father God]]/[[Mother God]]
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Latest revision as of 13:28, 16 June 2017

Church God (a.k.a. Father God) refers to the patriarchal personification of God offered to the masses by priests of Western ecclesiastical institutions. Church God is a sexist and racist archetype used to both a) control the thinking and behavior of the masses, and b) justify wealth and privilege, in particular in the archetypal variation Alpha God.

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Church God is Alpha God, posing as Father God, brutally suppressing the masses.




Cite as:
Sharp, Michael, "Church God," SpiritWiki, http://www.thespiritwiki.com/index.php/Church God, [Accessed: August 18, 2017]