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ATHEISM vs RELIGIONISM

Tough
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9/9/2015 7:05:39 PM
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World of no religions vs World of total acceptance of all (even cults) which is better?
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Who is more terrifying; the one who is correct and successfully proves the liar wrong or the liar who successfully proves the correct one wrong?
RuvDraba
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9/9/2015 7:42:26 PM
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At 9/9/2015 7:05:39 PM, Tough wrote:
World of no religions vs World of total acceptance of all (even cults) which is better?
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I no longer post to the opinion section of the site, Tough.

But how do you accept all faiths if most of them say they're the only true faith and that all other faiths should offer them submission?

A world of no religion is theoretically viable. But how is a world viable that simultaneously upholds the competing theological claims of multiple conceited faiths?
dhardage
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9/9/2015 9:17:58 PM
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At 9/9/2015 7:05:39 PM, Tough wrote:
World of no religions vs World of total acceptance of all (even cults) which is better?
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World of total acceptance of all (even cults).
This is an incoherent statement since it would make it necessary to accept mutually exclusive points of view simultaneously.
Jael
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9/19/2015 6:11:36 PM
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At 9/9/2015 7:05:39 PM, Tough wrote:
World of no religions vs World of total acceptance of all (even cults) which is better?
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Religion is man's way to God, not God's way. Christianity is God reaching man. Not rules we can't follow but He changes us inside out in His nature of true goodness with His ability in us through what Jesus did. It's having a relationship with our Father, not doing what you feel compelled to do.