New conclusion: How to make religion not the root of all evil
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21-09-2014, 01:01 PM
New conclusion: How to make religion not the root of all evil
But it can be used for it. I saw the movie "Braveheart". In that case it was about fighting oppression from the british. But both were religious.

But in the case of Islam and religion being enforced, yeah absolutely. It is a threat to education.
But religion can be undone to not be the root of all evil aslong as we can build something for the better.

I recommend teaching "Israel's history" in classrooms. That way the truth of the abrahamic faith will collapse because archaeologists and documents prove that they did not follow Moses and conqured the land of Israel, but were in fact canaanites always living in the land of Israel and not an outsider group as these faith teaches, they built monotheism as time went on, but they weren't fully monotheistic because God had a wife called Asherah. Judaism, aka Torah started after the babylonian exile.

If the ancient history of Israel is taught as fact, then that will lead people to know that the thing they believe in are myths. And will understand what is right and wrong through their feelings. Whether they believe in god or not. People in the past were ignorant about lots of things.

So in this way. Religion can work if they accept the truth of that. Then our minds will be clear and see the truth for what it is and not for what we wish it to be. So in that sense it will be embraced by itself.
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21-09-2014, 01:34 PM
RE: New conclusion: How to make religion not the root of all evil
The Scottish are British... William Wallace was fighting English rule.

Britain is England, Wales and Scotland. The UK is all of that, plus Northern Ireland.

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