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  • Religion will survive the internet

    Religion offers hope and knowledge of the unknown that we do not know. The internet cannot give us hope or be shared with our generations or be passes down. There is nothing quite like religion. I am not at all religious myself but I believe in bad times we need hope and strength and mostly that comes out of religion.

  • It Will Survive

    Unless all 7 Billion People (a lot more as time goes by) have some sort of access to the Internet, then it will always stand. Maybe it will shrink significantly in 1st world countries but what about places where there is no western influence? And what if a major disastrous event like WWIII (which is is a STRONG possibility) were to strike and a large portion of civilizations is left in scatters? People will turn to religion. There are too many things going on at once to say, with 100% certainty: "Yes, religion will NOT survive". Too many factors weighing in make it a complicated question, and the Internet is only ONE factor out of many many other factors.

  • It's survived everything else!

    Religion has come through a great deal of oppression, and has never before seemed weaker for any of it. People have been ridiculed, tortured, and even murdered in horrible ways on the basis of their religious beliefs. I do not see how the internet can bring an end to something that has already endured so much.

  • Sure it will

    I presume the argument here is that with information more readily available people will be less inclined to believe in religious followings. That may have some truth to it, but people have been exposed to scientific data for a long time and I don't think the internet is going to be some religion crushing force that other resources aren't already deterring those who are going to be deterred.

  • It Can and Will

    Religion will most definitely be able to survive the internet. People having access to online will have little to do with religion and what people believe in the long run. Those that have true faith are not easily swayed by others so I do not think this will be a threat.

  • Religion can survive the internet.

    Religion can survive the internet, but things need to change. In the past there has been this empirical feel that one leader tells the masses what and how to do it. With the internet the masses are able to talk and voice concerns of the decision that religious leaders make. Instead, religious leaders need to work with social media and the comments they read to focus their message towards the right audience. To keep things fresh and to make sure that they are still relevant in today's society.

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  • Information is needed.

    Maybe, maybe not. One thing is for sure... Education, knowledge, and the need to better one's self will someday not only hinder religion, but reveal the one thing that can be cured in religion--ignorance. This is not to say that the religious are stupid because they are not. They are just misled in what it means to be a decent, respectable person. The religious of the world go about stating that they know something to be true without ever explaining and/or showing it to be true. It is the black cat analogy, and to rebut their belief in something unseen, unheard, and untested is a crime to them.

    There will come a time when reason, logic, and commonsense will prevail. Hopefully before religion destroys the world.

  • Religion surrenders the moral high ground and reason and cannot hide this in the open of the net.

    It is temping to leave theists in peace but they do insist on spreading the "good news", however as love would have it, Anyone projecting such a message is to be held to account for the things they say to protect our brother's from those who would lead them astray.
    It is what we "ought" to do.
    The open uncompromising nature of the net means nonsense will not be tolerated and is soon quashed, this time it is the theists who trespass in the skeptics church and they are the ones in peril... Not a moment to soon either.

  • Knowledge is Power

    I think that science will continue to grow and develop further ideas to explain the universe. Religion is based on thousands of years old information that can not be true. Change can be seen throughout the world that shows more and more people want to find answers to all the questions people have. Religion hinders answers to universal questions by offering the delusional inexplicable answer of "God did it" instead of moving forward in research.

  • How can people still believe in a book written by man 13 years after the second hundred century?

    I wont even bother trying to explain the numerous reasons why people should start thinking for themselves instead of looking into old dusty books (really?). People should be smart enough by this day to not make things up to satisfy their own desires.

    At least I hope humanity has enough common sense to realize this, but who knows. We still have America after all (amongst other religious numbnut countries).


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