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Does the internet help or hurt most major religions?


For example, does access to a broader view sway people away from organized religion, or do they find their own "niche" on the internet and ignore the rest?

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Best Answer M. T. Dremer says

18 months ago
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    Jackie S (littlething) 18 months ago

    Great answer. That was the way I was leaning as well.

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Tom Ware (Tusitala Tom) says

18 months ago
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    Jackie S (littlething) 18 months ago

    That's what I'm hoping. It will be interesting to see what happens as the internet becomes more and more integrated into our lives.

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peachy (peachpurple) says

18 months ago
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    Jackie S (littlething) 18 months ago

    Ah, but even though religion teaches people not to harm others, but look at radical Islam. They've been recruiting quite a few people through the internet to harm others. I'm wondering if it hurts religion itself though.

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Mordred Amber-Blythe (Mihnea Andreescu) says

18 months ago
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    Jackie S (littlething) 18 months ago

    That was one thing that I was thinking. There are plenty of websites based around religion. But, on the flip side, it also means that others can learn more about other religions, and decide to convert. Or, they could become atheists.

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Evane G (Evane) says

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