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Posted by Mario Dovalina on April 28, 2001 00:50:06 UTC

"You did it again! Who said anything about truth? You are reading things I never wrote. All I'm saying is, most people don't care if religion is subjective or objective, it's beside the point."

It's NOT beside the point. Religion should be about truth (by which I mean objectivity), not happiness (by which I mean subjectivity), and that's exactly what religion ISN'T. Don't you think people's deepest rooted beliefs should be based more in objectivity, and therefor more reliable, or subjectivity, and therefor more prone to error?

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