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Best Answer sheilamyers says
Thanks Sheila. You make a good point with the fact that even if religion was abolished people would find a way to support their intolerance somehow. Food for thought.
Sri T (the mystic) says
Very true. Thanks for your thoughts Sri T
That's what I kinda see it as saying.
Interesting thoughts cj! I do see what you mean re my statement about in closin this! It's not saying intolerance is all bad per say but that often religion is used to provide supposed moral backing to a hatred of something. But I like yr thoghhtss
Political correctness mandates also serve well to promote a bias. There is no difference between a superiority founded a god, or one on government.
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Thanks for your answer JT. The thing is the quote went further into it. In saying that religion is used to give alleged 'moral' support to intolerance based on hatred etc - what r yr thoughts on that? But I agree intolerance is human nature of sorts