Amen to that!!
For me it would.
I dont think so, it would just be replaced with some thing else that is just as bad or even worse.
there is nothing wrong with religion, It takes people to screw it up.
of course more people have been killed in the world because of religious differences than for any other reason. But religious organizations have also helped a lot of people in need.
It has more to do with the people in the religion than the organization itself in my belief.
It truly could be the heaven they promise.
The world whould be full of unanswered ? Like what happens after death. But I thing that it might be better
Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people living life in peace...
Thank you, Johny, you were loud and clear about it, that's for sure! (wasn't that why they took your life, btw?) It was not enough, though...and still wouldn't be; global consciousness is not the kind of plant which grows and florishes over night...
But some day...never mind if decades or centuries from now...it will be here...
Not an slightest shadow of doubt about that one, that's for sure...
People would use other ways to justify their actions like patriotism or ethnic heritage. Religion can be used for great evil or for good it matters the individual and their own motivations. Now that being said I am a atheist myself but do not look down on others for having their own beliefs
um no because god made the universe and you would learn more
I think it is fine as long as people don't get extreme. When people become get that way it becomes and illness.
Nope. People would just found something else to believe in.
Something else that's divisive. Doesn't take much imagination. Seriously.
Liberal, republican, communist, conservative, vegan... Do I need to keep going?
Really. You think religion is the only divisive thing?
They're still divisive. And the point is that some actually treat those ideals like religion. I've been blasted by vegans because I'm not one. Not divisive? How is that different than 'religion'?