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Religion Should Evolve

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 21, 2001 13:26:18 UTC

There is no question that religion should evolve ethically. Since we have organized religion, it's a shame that it is stuck with out-of-date concepts. Moses actually laid down rules for to evolution of new laws. He did not want Judiaism stuck in the past.

But there is still an either /or. Either supernatural things exist or they do not- they are products of our imagination. Either way though, it is clear that civilazation is advancing ethically. My take is that the supernatural exists and it is advancing along with us. It'smore like a partnership than one controlling the other. But it could just as well be all imaginary, just like particles are.

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