Religion will never go completely away
Mar 27, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com
Arch anti- religion proponent Richard Dawkins got soundly beaten recently in an Oxford Union debate over the future of religion.
“you must not give faith”
Since: Jul 12
#1 Mar 27, 2013
Yes it will, religion has become vaguer than it once was and will become vaguer still. I.E. the word spiritual is used in many cases today not to describe a supernatural event or belief, but as a part of appreciating life. Thatís why we atheists are called cold hearted and un-appreciating.
Most religious people in the UK are not opposed to abortion, the percentage of people in the UK as a whole who want to keep or raise the deadline of legal abortion is 46%, with 28% wanting it lowered and 7% wanting a complete ban. But 43% of religious people want to keep or raise the deadline of legal abortion, 30% want it lowered and 9% want a ban. Even Catholics favour legal abortion only 14% of Catholics wishing they could ban abortion.
The best part of all this is 44% believe that human life begins at conceptionÖ religious people donít understand their own religion.
Since: Jun 07
#2 Mar 27, 2013
Author is a religious tool. Blogs like the examiner have no editorial standards at all..letting a religious life coach write about atheists...bollocks...
#3 Mar 28, 2013
No sources quoted again.
Looks like this Bill Robinson is as full of sh!t as a priest's foreskin.
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