Religious Delusions? Video
(Top Posts - Distance From Belief
in christianity - 032209, updated 072109)

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The following discusses the religions of Mormonism,
Islam, and Christianity critically. A valid point, the
irreconcilable nature of those beliefs, and the fact
that each member of those groups lives within a
delusional bubble (or, if you prefer, within a bubble
that conveys magic as reality for the selected beliefs,
but conveys magic as delusion for other beliefs).

Clearly, per the video, the magical nature of religions
are a common theme throughout all religions, and if
you buy into one, you do so, in all likelihood, due
to the culture you were raised in, not due to objec-
tive, rational, inquiring study of all religious faiths.

Such a study can lead some to choose a favorite,
and has led some to dismiss all religions. Most, how-
ever, find it difficult to escape the bubble they were
raised in, and simply sit smugly within their bubble,
regardless of anything happening outside their bubble.

Bubbles bursting, naturalism is your escape, and as
I've iterated, in the posts I've made to-date and at
my website, it offers the potential to make this life
much better for everyone, to the extent that humans
make pro-human choices and remove themselves
from the anti-human bubbles most have been im-
paired by from a very early age.


How do we know that Christians are delusional?




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Originally posted on 031809:


Proving that prayer is superstition




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Why Won't God Heal Amputees?
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God is imaginary
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Updated (added) on 072109:


The Top 10 Reasons Why the Bible is Repulsive



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Originally posted on 031809:

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High Court refuses to hear high school
coach's prayer case

Published March 5, 2009
  http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/268559
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Excerpt:

The United States Supreme Court refused to
hear the appeal of a New Jersey football coach
who wants to pray with his students. Since
1983, Marcus Borden has allegedly engaged
in prayer activity during school events, but that
officially must stop.

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Art : Praying Hands
  http://www.digitaljournal.com/img/9/0/1/2/2/1/i/4/7/1/o/Praying_hands.jpg
Praying as shown by these praying hands may
or may not have positive effect; the issue is
faith, it looks like, as science hasn't supported
it recently
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Earlier this week, the US Supreme Court refused
to accept Marcus Borden's appeal to engage in
prayer with his students. Bordon allegedly had
a history of over twenty years of "leading prayers"
but due to it being a violation of school district
policy, he was told to stop.

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Attorney Richard Katskee of the Americans United
for Separation of Church and State commented on
the final ruling in a prepared statement: "children have
a clear right to attend public schools without religious
pressures being brought to bear by school personnel.
I hope that other coaches and school personnel learn
a lesson from this."

The district school board president also agreed with
final decision that backs up their policy, calling it a
reaffirmation of their policy that school employees
cannot "engage" students in religion.

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Reference:

All Pro-Humanist FREELOVER posts which include
the word "delusion":
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