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Would the world be a better place without religion?


A lot of persons always speak bad of religion and how it's just a flurry of confusion to turn races and nations against each other and how churches don't really help out at all. But suppose many people wishes came through and all of a sudden there was no more religion, what would the world be like?

 

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    Zelkiiro 2 years ago

    You believe in a deity and you have a holy text. Therefore, by definition, it is a religion.


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    Interesting......but could you enlighten me a bit more on what your saying?

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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    Thank you...Thank you so much. Your spot on . You see I dodn't like to think that I serve religion; but god in the purer spiritual sense. Because the name of religion is corrupted and abused. But still though you haven't really answered the Question.

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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    Mhhhhhhhhhhhh I'm trying to find some percentage of agreement here...but what it sounds to me like your saying is that religion has to exist in some shape or form....that it's all most coded in mankind. If so I agree.


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    hi dashingscorpio , It's nice seeing you here. I guess that's one point. but wouldn't there be something good missing?


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    This is one of the better answers I've had...thank you so much for your response. I like how you were able to give an unbiased view...Delineating how he world without religion would be as well as how I would be with religion. Good job :)


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    YES interesting.... But wouldn't there be a void of love and harmony that religion embodies. I mean after all a lot of the justice systems are where they are because of religion. -IN GOD WE TRUST- right america?


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    Very good answer. "Ancient science"...........I like that part. I've always seen were religion and science are so close, but what i realized is that many atheist refuse to see the nexus between them.


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    That's a warm answer Norine....

    I remember the bible saying that god is not the art of confusion.

    So when I see people getting confused by diverse religions and even denominations i can only sat that that's the work of the enemy.


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