Reading a few questions lately, this jumped out at me. Many are quick to point out the bad things in another's religion, yet when confronted with the same from their own, are quick to point out the difference between the two - but not to realise that there isn't really a difference at all. I'm looking for your thoughts on why this is? But from why you think you don't see the bad in yr faith/belief as the same as the bad in others?
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I meant to add that JC got it right with the 'splinter and log' I might see the splinter in my brother's eye, but what about the log in my own?
The log/splinter thing is what I'm getting at. Not disagreements but the way that 1 person can say 'Muslims are bad but Christians have a reason/difference to do same thing' + not see what they r doing (only an example). It was interesting 2 me is al
So true, Erik. Is it not back to the old problem of fear?
I agree - within not between. Yet, today I read a comment where it was being denied that Christianity was dif to Islam in that Christians look down on the killers, bt Muslims just say they are a real Muslim. Yet I see both sides doing same thing.
Nice try and completely pop psychology debunked. A world view according to one. No proof and no evidence to back this up. Just a thought by an atheist,
Eric - GM has offered an opinion, you have offered yours. No one is proving anything - yet if you want proof, it may pay to provide your own (to the debunking) as well. Please, I wanted opinions, not people getting at each other.
I agreed. Until you did just what you were talking about New Atheism. Can't you see it? Your comment is then trying to sound superior to them by bagging them. I'm not saying it's not true, but I'm saying its true for all - not just 'others'
I am scientifically pointing out drastic ethical inconsistencies not "bagging".If these bizarre inconsistencies didn't exist there would be no ethical basis to criticize them. Unfortunately their inconsistencies exist.
Source please if it's a scientific study.
You took great pains to point out New Atheism in such a way, though. Hindu etc much 'softer' way. Not saying it's not true, just saying it's true of everyone, even if 1 thinks 1 doesn't do it. me inclu