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Quote from: Zer0 on 30/03/2023 00:46:51If I've Sinned, it should be between Me & My GOD...nobody else's business!If that sin was murder, the victim's family, who actually exist, take precedence over your imaginary friend in terms of whose business it is.
If I've Sinned, it should be between Me & My GOD...nobody else's business!
The examples cited in this video are derived from a TEDx talk by Sheldon Solomon, one of the original developers of terror management theory.
Rational people use evil is an adjective, not a noun.
Can you even define it when used as as a noun?
Religions have to become more accepting of gay people. Because sometimes, you just have to work with what you're given.
Religions have become more humane.
Except where they haven't. I don't think the Islamic Caliphate is any less disgusting that the Inquisition or the Crusaders, and religious persecution in India and Myanmar is if anything more evident than under colonial rule.
When an African American finds religion, it can make them more open-minded, too.
Quote from: Jimbee on 27/04/2023 05:30:54When an African American finds religion, it can make them more open-minded, too.That's pushing the boundaries of our policy on racial slur.The implication is that that ethnic group is somehow not open minded until they find religion.Was that what you meant, or did you just not think?It's also implausible anyway.A person would need to be open minded enough to consider religion in order to "find" it.So it's not possible that religion makes them open minded.On the other hand, religion frequently makes people closed minded.Have a look on any flat earther page to find plenty of evidence.
Good deeds do not require justification.
Inquisitors thought that they were doing good deeds.
There must be some reason to call them good in the first place, and distinguish them from the bad ones.
Even AI models can improve their performance through self reflection.
Begin portraying God as African-American or Black British.