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Dec 10 12 10:53 AM
Propaganster wrote:CanadianRose wrote:
Really? Where did you hear that?Heard it from Muslims, actually. It's what they tell me.
Really? Where did you hear that?
Aug 18 13 6:45 PM
Aug 20 13 1:38 PM
Caleb Delacroix wrote:Presumably those classed as having a religion believe in a god or gods. Being that those people outnumber atheists by so many, why is the atheistic/evolutionary philosophy given so much more prominence in schools and in life in general? What other minority belief is inflicted on the majority like this?
Aug 20 13 6:20 PM
Aug 21 13 3:36 PM
Caleb Delacroix wrote:Yes, that is correct. Buddhism is a religion but they do not have any gods as such, unless I am mistaken. Even if Buddhists are not counted though, that would still mean there are a majority of people out there who believe in a god and a creation.
Aug 22 13 6:11 PM
Aug 23 13 2:39 PM
valdobiade wrote:So, you see atheism as a religion, and you think that atheism should not inconvenience other religions because atheism is a minority ?But Christianity was a minority and become a power when the Emperor Constantine raised Christianity to such a power that it dictated governments.Are you afraid that atheism will walk the same way as Christianity?
Aug 23 13 2:43 PM
Dartmistress wrote:Caleb, Buddists follow the teaching of Budda, just as Christians follow the teaching of Christ, so there is not much difference. But, then we must ask ourselves how many of these people, of any religion, actually do what they say they do. Is the man who prays in his church, then leaves to beat his wife, cheat his customers, commit adultery, or kill, truly religious? He may claim to believe in his god, but if this were so, then he should also believe that he would be punished by his god for his sins. At least two of these form part of the base for most religions. We can create statistics of people who say they believe but how many actually do?
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