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Re: Isn't That An Oxymoron?

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Posted by Alfred J. Margrave on June 13, 1999 22:59:59 UTC

Man created religions,and all the facts therein, man has always done these things,to keep the peoples in line,old scriptures were,wrote at the behest of kings to give the masses substanance to their meagre exixtence,its so obvious i amazed in this day and age ,people cant see it for what it is ,the media of the day, expand ,and fabricate stories, just as it was done in genesis, the rastafarians have just created their religion,and bibles will be written and in a 1000 yrs it will be liken to other bibles, 100's of religions sects ,philosophers etc, all think they have found a shortcut to enlightenment, the truth is it is all a crock of sh--, and deep down anyone with half a brain knows this ,but we all like to decieve ourselves that we are a very important species guided by a divine backing,nonsense, we are an accidental organism, living on a planet,and know one is the wiser for our existence, even the creatures that live on other planets, this theory frightens people and naturally man will keep making excuses for our being here by divine insemination forever. The one saving grace that a religion has is,it helps us to get through this hard world, with some hope,living together, in some sort of harmony, and perhaps less fear of death.

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