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howard male wrote:You've mentioned what are probably the two most important reasons that organised religion continues to thrive: that it makes people good, and that it consols us when a loved one has died.
The bottom line is, we need to grow up.
"Well," said the Orangutan, "I just wanted to work out whether I was my brother's keeper or my keeper's brother."
Either you're into it or you're not. If you're into it, and don't use it to do harm, that's fine
and Iâ€™ll probably read The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief* by Francis Collins** as well for the opposite (ish) view from a scientific perspective. Any of my fellow non-believing anti-organised religionists read this one yet? Thought not !
Dominic wrote:- You can't teach an old god new tricks
- Why keep a god and bark yourself
- A man's best friend is his god
- Gods are people too
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