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Anonymous wrote:Thank you for your comments.
I am extremely weary of confining myself to any religion. With so many contradictions, discrepancies, and conflicting views between them, i remain on the outside (of religion) whilst maintaining my own beliefs and moral codes.
I would say that what is believable (for starters, we'll elaborate later) are things that can be verified by the five senses or their extensions.
I think that with out doubt anything and everything is believable. Look at out history for example. Some believe they need tombs for a good after life, others think that flying planes into buildings will grant them eternity in a great paradise. If you catch them at a young enough age and tell them what they want to hear, you can make them do anything.
Your sins killed Christ, feel guilty? Then give and stop enjoying your life.
Bertrand Russell once wrote a piece expounding the virtues of doubt. It has long been a mainstay of secularists, humanists, and freethinkers. Question authority (and everything else too).
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