Science is the summary of what we understand about the sensual plain, religion is a conceptualization of things we will never understand. Of course then, it's all conceptual. To say we have a full understanding, is to ignore the idea of concept. We really only have an idea of what is going on, religion and science are attempts to reason with not knowing.
but to reason what? is religion really a way to try to understand what we dont understand what if long ago religion did what science does today and summariesed what people knew about the sensual plain and science was nothing more than a way to explain things through wild stories of a round world etc.. roles have change maybe either way both hold elements of truths both known and unknown
Ask a person who is open minded an impossible question, one that conflicts with what they believe. They aren't so open minded then, this is because said individual believes what he believes is true.
Now, it works that way on either side of the creation/begining thing. Our points of view tend to be narrow and opinionated.
very true but with out all points of views both narrow and opinionated and others life would be so dull dont you think
one can only hear ones own voice when one has ones ears covered
keep on asking the impossible questions that is how we learn more
by fit2day 7 years ago
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by pisean282311 7 years ago
Ok..being atheist , you dont believe in any intelligent supreme being ...my question is, you began atheist because of your observiation , experience and what role has religion played in making you atheist?
by ragnaworks 8 years ago
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by Alan 4 years ago
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by Charles James 7 years ago
...hear me out, before you throw out those snarky comments.A Cult is generally (mostly subjectively) defined as a minority or inept social group who gain excessive notoriety and power, through several methods of mind control, education, ritual practices leading to indoctrination.We often note these...
by haj3396 7 years ago
One religion states I need to live for christ, another says I have to be Baptize, another says I have to speak in tongue, another says you have to worship God on sabbath, HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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