created by: The Pollster | Sep 17, 2013

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Religion is Satan's greatest success.

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lazy atheist

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Sep 17, 2013
 

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lazy atheist

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Sep 23, 2013
 
All those "False" votes makes me wonder what those voters consider the greatest success.
Sybian Princess

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Sep 23, 2013
 
Well, I would agree that in general "religion" has done more harm then many other things. The trouble is, people confuse religion with God! The best way I ever heard it put was "God is God, religion is man" that means religion all religions are man-made institutions, which started out as a way for him to try and understand God. And when people get so wrapped up in the trappings and memorized prayers of their religion [Catholicism?] Where they are chanting and reciting things when they don't even know what they mean, and their more concerned with the religion than with the God it was intended to worship, that's where Satan can come in and have a heyday.
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Sep 24, 2013
 
Sybian Princess wrote:
Well, I would agree that in general "religion" has done more harm then many other things. The trouble is, people confuse religion with God! The best way I ever heard it put was "God is God, religion is man" that means religion all religions are man-made institutions, which started out as a way for him to try and understand God. And when people get so wrapped up in the trappings and memorized prayers of their religion [Catholicism?] Where they are chanting and reciting things when they don't even know what they mean, and their more concerned with the religion than with the God it was intended to worship, that's where Satan can come in and have a heyday.
You do know the catholic mass has been said in the celebrants native tongue since roughly 1967, don't you? Your "observation" is outdated.

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