he was deepLy into the occult, which, for a large part, so was germany in pre-hitler days. We're throwing over the foundations of western civilization. What more important than religion is Kindness and conscience #20 *lesigh* Posted so there is actually atheist thread here. In fact, my sentiments about Christianity, in particular, are pretty well summed by paraphrasing that "evil "religious "nut" Gandhi: Christianity is a good idea, someone ought to try research paper on change management pdf it sometime. Religion as a whole is not at fault. For the record, most atheists I know are better Christians than most Christians I know. There's the "exceptional Negros" and then there's "thugs" and "welfare queens" who are held up as the essence of black culture.
#13 impietas Posted obviously not #14 esson Posted Why do these threads keep on appearing every week lol Yall should make a main thread and pin it to discuss the so called evilness and religions #15 *lesigh* Posted Why do these threads keep on appearing. Who's more ridiculous: "Christian" Islamophobes obsessed with the "threat to civilization" posed by "Islamofacism" or atheist evangelists who think religion is the root of all evil? It's thAt group over there. But that pales in comparison to the global apocalyptic threat Islamophobes lived under for pretty much their entire lives during the Cold War. Sean Gonsalves is a Cape Cod Times staff reporter and a syndicated columnist. Same old, same old, and this is just more of the same exact thing. Religion teach us the different between good and evil. If you can't say "all Islam is violent" how can you judge all the world religions by the radical jihadists?
Rather than some groups are good and others are bad? Once christianity's gone, democracy will soon follow. And no science conflicts with my beliefs of spirits. (If you saw, or read, about Hitchens is-there-a-God debate with Chris Hedges, you'll understand I'm being nice when I say Hitchens is a bully). I'll say this, "mark my words". We usually discuss how a lot of religious stuff doesn't make sense but I'd say that's about as anti-religious as we get, if I should even say that. Religious views change according to lived-experience; not dry, intellectual polemics. What always comes next? It's not religion as a whole, it's the extremists who refuse to have an open mind and deny stuff that has been proven by science, who cause problems and conflict. Some religious people acknowledge that nothing is true until it is proven. It's not human nature. I chose not to believe in hell, and dismissed the section in the bible about "sins" as just a little "addendum" the people who wrote that stuff down decided to add in to try and control other people.
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