Why are believers so disingenuous about faith?
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24-02-2014, 08:41 PM
Why are believers so disingenuous about faith?
"There one more possible nod to faith: Like Frodo in “The Lord of the Rings,” Emmet’s heroic quest would fail except for an act of grace. In this case extended by, ahem, the Man Upstairs."

Are we supposed to understand any of it as real? As Vitruvius tells Emmet: “The prophesy is made up, but it’s also true.”

Why is it so important for the faithful to hide their message in propaganda designed for children if their faith is reasonable and adult, and more than the generational passing of a fairy tale to impressionable youngsters?


http://www.religionnews.com/2014/02/12/r...-religion/

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24-02-2014, 08:47 PM
RE: Why are believers so disingenuous about faith?
Cortana, even I watched that the lego and I didn't see any religion.
Slack off, son, ain't nobody going to recognize the analogy.
I thought the moral was to be creative, and disorder was oka-
Wait! I think I just got it.

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