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Does Religion Have a Place in the Modern World?

Yes 4 66.67%
 
No 1 16.67%
 
Some do 0 0.00%
 
Some aspects of religion, but not all. 1 16.67%
 
Total:6

Superstition has no place in the world but as long as it's harmless, I'm indifferent to it.



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iceland said:
Yes, it has a place, in the past.

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jason1637 said:
Ka-pi96 said:
Nope. And the sooner it's eradicated from the world the better!

Why? There are some bad apples, but the vast majority of religiouse people arent harming anyone.

Who denies science and medicine? Religious people.

Who is to blame for gay marriage and anti-discrimination laws taking so long to pass? Religious people.

Are some of the least religious countries the best places in the world to live? Yes. Are some of the most religious countries the worst places in the world to live? Yes.



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Ka-pi96 said:
jason1637 said:

Why? There are some bad apples, but the vast majority of religiouse people arent harming anyone.

Who denies science and medicine? Religious people.

Who is to blame for gay marriage and anti-discrimination laws taking so long to pass? Religious people.

Are some of the least religious countries the best places in the world to live? Yes. Are some of the most religious countries the worst places in the world to live? Yes.

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Locknuts said:
As long as people don't replace religion by looking to their government for morality.

You can rip the roof off the church, but you'd better give them somewhere to shelter afterwards.

One thing Christianity gets right is that people are naturally pretty bad overall. Without a strong set of moral principles to guide them, people always descend into destructive, anti-social behaviours.

We have enough knowledge and experience as a human race to move away from belief in reincarnation or that Jesus was actually the son of God, but we shouldn't reject the important lessons learnt from these teachings.

Islam though can get fucked. I hate Islam. It creates order from chaos, but is so oppressive that is should probably be left in the dustbin of history.

Christianity doesn't teach that people are naturally bad overall.



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Ka-pi96 said:
jason1637 said:

Why? There are some bad apples, but the vast majority of religiouse people arent harming anyone.

Who denies science and medicine? Religious people.

Who is to blame for gay marriage and anti-discrimination laws taking so long to pass? Religious people.

Are some of the least religious countries the best places in the world to live? Yes. Are some of the most religious countries the worst places in the world to live? Yes.

"Who denies science and medicine? Religious people."

A lot of religious people have gone with the opinions of science and medicine. Some havent ,but how is that hurting anyone what someone choices to reject.

"Who is to blame for gay marriage and anti-discrimination laws taking so long to pass? Religious people."

LGBTQ people have been looked down upon by non religious societies in the past.

"Are some of the least religious countries the best places in the world to live? Yes. Are some of the most religious countries the worst places in the world to live? Yes."

The US is one of the most religious countries in the world and the best country in the world/



Since you apparently admitted that you're going to create controversial threads just for points, I see no reason to keep this thread open.