An introspective look at moral theology
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04-07-2014, 11:29 AM
RE: An introspective look at moral theology
(03-07-2014 01:16 PM)childeye Wrote:  The problem in this analysis is that God has been conflated with religion, which makes the entire conclusion invalid.

OH, look -- another idiot who buys into this puerile bullshit:





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04-07-2014, 12:14 PM
RE: An introspective look at moral theology
(03-07-2014 01:16 PM)childeye Wrote:  
(01-07-2014 09:26 AM)goodwithoutgod Wrote:  So it seems that a plethora of evidence exists to show that not only do we not need religion in our lives to be good humans, but that having it in our lives can be counter-productive and unhealthy.


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So what is your perspective? I know this has been beaten to death many times, but we do get new people daily, and perhaps they would like to provide some fresh insight into this morals question.

Comments? Opinions? Counters?
The problem in this analysis is that God has been conflated with religion, which makes the entire conclusion invalid.

So you would advocate an informal worship without rules or dogma?

Sounds fine with me. That would make you a deist though, and not a christian.
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04-07-2014, 12:41 PM
RE: An introspective look at moral theology
(04-07-2014 12:14 PM)Michael_Tadlock Wrote:  
(03-07-2014 01:16 PM)childeye Wrote:  The problem in this analysis is that God has been conflated with religion, which makes the entire conclusion invalid.

So you would advocate an informal worship without rules or dogma?

Sounds fine with me. That would make you a deist though, and not a christian.

Now now Michael, don't confuse the deist with reason and logic.

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