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Posted by Aurino Souza on April 27, 2001 19:28:33 UTC

>> That's the way I took your statements, that you think that truth is either subjective or objectivity doesn't matter. If you meant them another way then I apologize. > I think we disagree on the very definition of religion. Philosophical thought, meditation, morality, inner peace, and other such things don't really qualify as religion under my definition, and if they do in yours, that may be the cause of much of our disagreements. > I do accept much of the MORAL beliefs of religion (love thy neighbor, not steal, etc.) but the basis of that morality is not religious. > I don't NEED religion for my morality, that's my point. > I disagree with you on one point: if religion is in fact a lie than it IS still useful.

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