4799Re: A Vatican Spring?
- Mar 6, 2013--- In CanadianAtheist@yahoogroups.com, david danel <david_danel@...> wrote:
>The opposite is in fact true:
> and BY THE WAY, the history showed already that homo sapiens somehow
> needs religion (of any kind) anyway. Once people tried to cut off
> links to organized religion (French Revolution, communist societies,
> nazi communities) they easily, and with even more disastrous
> results, adopt other destructive types of cults and then even
> atheism becomes a monstrous cult, sect, brain-washing system
> deforming science, culture and history. Sad, sad, sad.
Where is religion "most important" to people? In some of the most awful places to live on earth, war-torn countries where human rights are not even a blip on the radar.
Meanwhile, in Sweden where 83% say religion is not important to them, human rights are respected as well as anywhere on earth. Same with Denmark, Norway - there are plenty of examples of largely atheist societies that have not devolved into "other destructive types of cults".
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