I Would Like to See Religion Wiped Off the Face of the Earth

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    This group doesn't kid around, does it? Nope, no beating around the bush here. Say it loud, say it proud.
    VendettA12 VendettA12
    31-35, M
    43 Responses Apr 18, 2009

    I think religion is one of the main problems

    nowadays. It's fine, you believe in something else. But using your religion to justify your wrong doings really just ****** me off. And it's wrong. If religion was no more, there would be more peace and tranquility. I don't believe in religion....I'm more spiritual. spirituality...
    k3ll1n k3ll1n
    18-21, F
    Nov 30, 2014

    Spirituality Is Fine.

    But justifying your ignorance with "God did it?" no. I had an argument with a girl about natural selection (which, luckily, as a theory, makes complete sense logically whether you are or are not ignorant.) She told me that God had made animals at diffeent times (which is how she...
    iamabirdnow iamabirdnow
    1 Response May 29, 2010

    Is It Honest To Blame The World's Problems On Religion?

    After all, weren't Joseph Stalin, Mao Tse Tung, Pol Pot, Kim-Il-Sung, Fidel Castro and Vladimir Lenin sadistic, mass murdering atheists?
    maxximiliann maxximiliann
    36-40, M
    7 Responses Apr 16, 2012

    The Scoop On Psychics.

    My wife is a casting director of TV, movies and commercials. Once she had to cast a psychic in a TV episode and she thought it would be a good idea to audition some real psychics from the city who had had experience in front of cameras. She called in three well known psychics...
    bxer999 bxer999
    1 Response Feb 26, 2011


    Religion is evil, that's the nicest way my mind will allow me to describe it. It corrupts and soils the minds of everyone. I'm absolutely sick and tired of hearing about god's "master plan" for all of us because there just plain isn't one. Random sh*t happens for no...
    godsmack666 godsmack666
    18-21, M
    12 Responses Apr 18, 2009

    The First Thing We Do, Let's Kill All the Gods!

    When dealing with religious beliefs, I often think about a quote I read by the devil himself (Charles Darwin).  I'm sure I'm going to butcher it - but I'm too lazy to look it up - so here goes; Darwin said that he couldn't figure out why anyone would want christianity to be...
    FarmerGiles FarmerGiles
    31-35, M
    6 Responses Apr 19, 2009

    Dont Mind "earth Religions" If They Are Even "religions" Per Say...

    its the catholics and christains, i have a major problm with....yea ide like to see THESE religions wiped out moslty...because thay are the only people who think they can convert others by "qouting" the bible...any religion that pretty much has a book that ...
    ElectroMagneticForce ElectroMagneticForce
    22-25, F
    1 Response Mar 19, 2010

    Organized Religion Vs. Organized Crime

            In the bible guidelines were written to live by. They are known as the Ten Commandments. I have looked and I don’t see anywhere that is says….Thou shalt not cut your hair or thou shalt not drink. However there is one Commandment, with a promise. It states...
    AbigailHemingford AbigailHemingford
    41-45, F
    2 Responses Sep 10, 2011

    Using People Believes

    Religion is nothing but politics weapon to use people. If there is only one God and all the prophets are from the same God, why there are so many religions? Even all those believing in one prophet don't agree with each other and we have a lot of sub-religions!!!
    LordVoldemort LordVoldemort
    36-40, F
    15 Responses Apr 18, 2009

    It is one of those things

    that seem to only be here to cause conflict.
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Aug 28, 2014

    I want to see all the individual religions give

    way to a new type of religion. One that's based more on the science of human nature. Something that can unite humanity
    brodieB78 brodieB78
    36-40, M
    4 Responses Sep 21, 2014

    Thou Shalt Not Travel Faster Than Light!

    I was reading, "The Varieties of Scientific Experience," a transcript of Carl Sagan's Gifford lectures, edited by his wife Ann Druyan.  In the book, Sagan made a sort of tongue and cheek reference to how god might have written a more meaningful ten commandments...
    FarmerGiles FarmerGiles
    31-35, M
    9 Responses Jun 18, 2009

    Walking Away From Reality Is The Beginning Of Psychosis

    Religion with it's fantastic beliefs is tantamount to a shopping cart lady’s fantasy about aliens coming to pick her up and take her to be queen of some far off galaxy. The difference is everyone seems to know the cart lady is nuts. However, when otherwise sane people...
    PixieCutLover PixieCutLover
    41-45, M
    1 Response May 27, 2010

    Religious Conflict

    How can educated and even uneducated men and women give their lives for a myth. Religions promise a life after death, in your dreams, when you die you disintegrate and you are no more. Religions are an instrument, used by unscrupulous men using fear to get their fellow man to...
    ispreadthetruth ispreadthetruth
    70+, M
    2 Responses Jun 5, 2011

    I am presently watching a tribe in Peru,

    the Waorani, which believes man and woman come from the anaconda. Let me ask this question... No-one here is saved by Jesus. Mohammed was not their prophet. Joseph Smith didn't discover golden plates for them. The don't have Thetans. Is it not obvious that all religion is...
    TrevorThomson TrevorThomson
    26-30, M
    3 Responses Mar 21

    The Way to World Peace...

    I'd like to see the disppearance of religion simply because with it gone, the world would be a much peaceful place. People wouldn't rage wars over beliefs,  people would be much more accepting (no "OMG UR GAY GAWD H8s U"), and people could focus...
    Charsivy Charsivy
    13-15, F
    Apr 20, 2009

    Think About This...

    sorry-- that was extremely narrow-minded. Now that I think i would like to see this, but it will not be possible. What we believe in is our religion, or more like our faith. So no, it will not be able to happen
    SomeCallMeSuperman SomeCallMeSuperman
    16-17, M
    10 Responses Apr 18, 2009

    Sadly, We May Need Them

    Im going to try and not sound like an elitist here. So I  have been thinking and have come to the conclusion that we may actually need a few (so we can widdle their population down a bit) ignorant religious.  Think of it as an insurance policy for our offspring. When...
    NoGodsNoMasters NoGodsNoMasters
    31-35, F
    9 Responses Apr 20, 2009
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