Moralists say that the existence of God is necessary so that justice can be imparted in this world. He is categorical in defying this argument by stating that there is great injustice in this world because wicked people are seen to prosper and he says “so far as that goes that is a reason for supposing that justice does not rule in the world; and therefore so far as it goes it affords a moral argument against deity and not in favor of one". A profound boldness in the argument and creative thinking can be seen in above lines even by his opponents.
On the contrary, he fulminated against organized Churches for they are the greatest enemy to the mankind. His objective thinking can be seen when he says that the very basis of religion is to instill fear among the people; that fear could be of any kind – the fear of death, the fear of defeat or something that is unknown. Fear cannot bring any good to mankind. People need to see the world as it is without getting afraid of it. The concept of God is "unworthy of free men", he says.
He is a future oriented person because for him, past is dead and future is far superior that our intelligence can create. He has a great faith in science for that can help mankind overcome all imaginary ideas that people are nurturing for ages. He says knowledge, courage, and kindliness can create a good world for all. His insight and thoughts are remarkable for anyone to think objectively. He is a future oriented person because for him, past is dead and future is far superior that our intelligence.