I am not religious. Religion does not agree with my logic or rationality. It is not my intent to start a religious debate, although that may happen. lol My question is:
By those whom are religious having religious belief to provide some of lifes unanswered questions, are religious people happier in life compared to those whom are non religious with many unanswered questions?
“The fact that a believer is happier than a skeptic is no more to the point than the fact that a drunken man is happier than a sober one.” George Bernard Shaw
Oh LGirl thankyou. I was twisting my mind round an intelligent reply. Yours will suffice
by Castlepaloma 3 days ago
I respect and accept Religion, certainly don't understand them, as they don't accept me. Being fearless myself can be a bitch, yet rather be honest and harmless.I watched politics and religion meld into one” Nearly half of 76 counties are Christians nation made gays illegal. Fear of a difference...
by AdsenseStrategies 8 years ago
I live in the (probably vain) hope that this will not degenerate the way it usually does (which is why it is posted under "Polite Debate"), but I am asking a serious, hopefully non-provocative question.In other words, I tend to "enshrine" logic and rationality as more-or-less...
by Rabgix 2 years ago
There are an extreme number of Religions in this world, some dead and some alive. How can the followers of one religion be so sure they are correct?I post this here because I come from a Christian family and they're constantly telling me that "Christ is the way and the light" and...
by Stephen Meadows 16 months ago
Are atheists generally happier people than believers?Many believers can't understand that a person can be happier without religion in their life. What are your thoughts?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 7 years ago
Secularism, in tandem with other belief systems i.e. atheism/agnosticism, objectivism, reductionism, aim to , ultimately eliminate religion/sprituality/, mysticism/transcendentalism and , metaphysics from human affairs, and replace it with the purely materialist view of reality,...
by Castlepaloma 7 years ago
For all the different ways people think and for all the kinds groups of what people are. There is no way the vast majority of people will ever agree upon one Religion. That means the vast majority will fight forever until all religion slow down and shrink to the point where Religion and does not...
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