Leaning and holysee: Christianity and Catholicism are not technically philosophy. . . Nor is religion. That is believing in a book of parables and stories with no real distinction about how to be introspective and questioning universal ideologies.
Huh, I wonder if I saw your reply three months ago and had nothing to say, Or only noticed it now as I search kyleniel profile history for an advantage against him in our debate. Anyway, Have something to say now, I don't think you're wrong. 'But parables and stories have enough distinction for me to consider them way to inspect life and oneself.
Besides, Religions often have different tendencies and messages. . . Or even different tendencies and messages in the same religion depending on whos talking about it, But such is life. Heck, Look at Nihilism, Existentialism, And Absurdism, All the same drink in a fashion, Just measured different by different people.
Mostly I 'like Christianity because my family, Lightly raised me Christian and were good people. Went about the Christian message in a positive and intelligent way. . . . Myself though, Eh, More a depressed nihilist, Materialist, And hedonist. Though labels are often misapplied in life. To boxes and people.
Hmm, And it seems you haven't been on for 3 months.
For more 'traditional philosophy, Maybe I like Stoicism, For what little I know about it. I liked that one book Meditations by Marcus Aurelius.