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To atheists, agnostics & other non-traditionalists out there, why are religionists SO FOND OF, IN


LOVE WITH, & SO ENTHRALLED with concepts of the devil/Satan/Lucifer & hell? Give analytical answers please(as I know you all will). It seems that religionists are so fond of mentioning the devil & hell in their conversations. It seems that they are more fascinated w/the darker side of life, having permeate into life in general, creating fear & negativity.

 

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    SonOfSkyrim201 21 months ago

    this is the biggest B.S I've ever heard. You're clearly misinformed as to what Christians believe.


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    Lela (Austinstar) 21 months ago

    Aha! That is the crux of the problem. Some of these religious folk will just NOT keep their opinions to themselves. Even if you ask them nicely. Even when you ask them forcefully. Even when you try to ignore them. They just won't STFU!


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    Lela (Austinstar) 21 months ago

    They do tend to believe in conspiracy theories. Sometimes it seems as if they believe in the most absurd conspiracies ever. And once their mind is convinced, they are completely closed to evidence contrary to their beliefs. I find it quite bizarre.

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    Lela (Austinstar) 21 months ago

    First off, you are phrasing it negatively. "do bad, get bad". Why not just teach children that there are CONSEQUENCES to actions - both "bad" and good. This is a much better lesson than meeting "bad" with "bad".


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