What is Religion?
I was just about to turn in for the night and this question caught my eye. The word religion according to my studies comes from ancient Latin re- means "return" and ligare means "to bondage". can you imagine if we replace... read more
by thirdmillenium 3 years ago
It is quite understandable for the rationals to pity the believers for their purported ignorance and obstinate adherence to their religious beliefs. They think they know the truth which may well be the case. What I do not understand is the way they put down the believers as though they were some...
by Elayne 8 years ago
There has been a movement to take God out of America, and Glenn Beck's message at the rally was to return again to God before it is too late. As guests he had Sarah Palin and Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Beck said, “Americans have always looked to explore. We went...
by Prince Maak 10 years ago
Religion, what does it means? What do you call HUMANITY?
by Rad Man 4 years ago
"Young children who are exposed to religion have a hard time differentiating between fact and fiction, according to a new study published in the July issue of Cognitive Science."Does anyone think this is a problem?http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 … 8/abstract
by usmanali81 9 years ago
The supposed scientific justification behind humanism has been proven invalid and its promises vain. Nevertheless, humanists have not abandoned their philosophy, but rather, in fact, have tried to spread it throughout the world through methods of mass propaganda. Especially in the post-war period...
by Rad Man 5 years ago
People's faith in religion may say it makes them feel good right down to their souls but, they are still more likely than an atheist to get depressed, according to a new study. "With states like Mississippi, Utah, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Alabama in the top 10 with its strongly held religious...
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