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#255 - beerterror (01/04/2013) [-]
Every religion that merges Absolute with human details, as Judeo-Christianity tends to, causes pain, unease, deals with most intimate matters, or causes strange ethic aberrations. It's been observed from Orphism in ancient Greece to this day's Islam.

And I daresay that yes, this modern, civilized religions are much more sophisticated and philosophically correct, but hey? Didn't them old, pagan beliefs seem more natural? More true in fact?

We should stick to just one side of the Divine, either The Great Warrior, The All-Father, Lamb of God; or Aristotle's Absolute Form, the Three Principalities of Plato. We can have this, or that - merging them brings only confusion.
User avatar #281 to #255 - techketzer (01/04/2013) [-]
Or we could just throw the idiotic superstitions aside and concentrate on what is real.
User avatar #287 to #281 - beerterror (01/04/2013) [-]
What we can touch is real and so on. This is not really how science works you know. And if we now don't have instruments to observe what happens on quantum level, does that mean that we will never have?
User avatar #294 to #287 - techketzer (01/04/2013) [-]
What is your point?
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