I certainly make no apologies for RELIGIONS nor secular society's (ours) who allow religion to be used to indoctrinate primary school children into moral guidance in this country.OhReally claims not to be religious but seems part of what I call the 'of course I'm not religious myself, but..' Brigade. These are apologists for religion and superstition while simultaneously denying being any part of it.
<quoted text>As a matter of historical fact, nobody knows much about who Jesus was and nothing for sure of what he said. The Character protrayed in various Christian teachings has evolved in the minds of those who wrote the Bible and regard it as a holy book.
Religion = superstition
I don't care for Skeptic's manner much either, but his comment that there is no evidence of an interventionist god, much less an Abrahamic one or any of these...
are basically sound. I think he's also probably correct about the motivation of those who believe in god(s) to avoid the subject. Honest religionists accept that religious beliefs aren't based on reason, nor supported in any way by science.
If they want to teach morals they could well do it without the need for religion IMHO.
I supplied links which show (if you even bothered to read any of it)
How religion has been adapted and used as a vehicle for primarily secular society's throughout history, Its about time that the charade ended altogether and people moved on..
I find history fascinating and insightful, You cannot know me from the few times Ive written on here and i'd thank you for your less obvious attack on my character to be even less obvious.:)