This essay, “20 Reasons to Abandon Christianity“, starts by stating:
As regards the title, “abandon”—rather than “suppress” or “eliminate”—was chosen deliberately. Attempts to coercively suppress beliefs are not only ethically wrong, but in the long run they are often ineffective—as the resurgence of religion in the former Soviet Union demonstrates. If Christianity is ever to disappear, it will be because individual human beings wake up, abandon their destructive, repressive beliefs, and choose to be here now, in the only life we have.
It is a good and worthy list of reasons, many of which I hadn’t considered when I left Christianity. Having once been a Pentecostal minister, and fully committed to its fundamentalist teaching and “legalistic morality” (as listed in this essay), I woke up and realized there was nothing of substance in any of it. The “promises” were lies, and most of its Bible is fiction and forgery.
At its heart, Christianity is a cruel and vindictive belief system, designed to oppress the masses while enriching its leaders.
There is no God.
Jesus did not, could not, would not die for your sin.
No heaven or hell awaits you after death.