What makes some religionists highly intrusive in the lives of their family members who refuse
to have the same religious outlook/philosophy as theirs? Don't they realize that others have the right to believe as they see fit? Why do some religionists want others to believe as THEY do?
The King James Bible and scriptures teaches us why we should believe, why we should believe in the one and true God, why we should be obedient to His Word and how we can be given another chance to live and have the wonderful life that we had desired in our independence of God being in our every day lives.
Many religions and their holy books breed a rigidity and egocentrism that allows little room for other beliefs systems. Many openly villanize other beliefs claiming they are evil. In their zeal to be right, they polarize the world into black and white thinking that leaves little room for the gray areas. These people cannot or will not for a diverse eclectic worldview. In their mind, all opinions are either right or wrong. Since their dogma makes them right.. it makes all other beliefs wrong.
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
What makes so many religionists highly intrusive regarding their particular religious views whereasso many atheists are not as intrusive regarding their ethical views?
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
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by Alan2 years ago
Why are some christians so afraid of addressing other possibilities?Does the truth of your beliefs depend upon having the beliefs? Or do they stand true whether your believe or not?
by Dwight Phoenix2 years ago
What are the most annoying responses Christians give to questions atheists ask?I'm a christian and I think that it would be helpful in ministry, if Christians new a bit more about how atheists felt about a Christian's...
by emdi8 years ago
Please post your views, can science and religion go together?
by Will Apse23 months ago
Quote:Humans suppress areas of the brain used for analytical thinking and engage the parts responsible for empathy in order to believe in god, research suggests.They do the opposite when thinking about the physical...
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