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In the big picture, is faith in God, revelation from God and prayer worth it?

 

Do we prevent somebody being hurt by superstition or faith by rejecting and challenging those things?  Is it mistaken to support organised religion in membership or donations?

 

If people do good because they are human, not because God prompts them then is it right to risk giving God any credit when they alone own their good??

 

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There are those who say that suicide bombers and murderous religious fanatics are not that religious if they are negligent about public worship and the sexual mores of their religion. This is an attempt to prevent anybody wondering if the religion is a contributing factor. (It is evil and disingenuous and irresponsible. It shows no concern for how there could be worse done tomorrow in the name of the religion. People need warning. The religion would not exist if it itself did not tell that lie.) Its prophet or God man would not have started it without telling that lie. The idea is the terrorist is too much of a hypocrite to warrant believing if they say they do it for God or faith. If anybody wants to argue that then they have to also argue that a person who is fully or strongly or partly motivated by religious concerns to kill others and maybe kill herself or himself in the process will show reasonable devotion or strong devotion. This shows how absurd they are being and that religion can cause violence. The religion should not be supported at all which is why those who are peaceful need to realise that they make the force that turns some of their number violent and genocidal. You cannot tar all people with the same brush in normal situations but this is different. All religionists are connected to the terrorist because of that and that is the honest truth.  read more

 

 

 

 

Patrick H Gormley