cortjezter wrote:just a quick note.... hot-button topics like politics or religion are very easy for people to get upset about and get people in trouble. mind your manners, and remember that in the debate forum, rules are strictly enforced (unlike some leniency in other places).
hellfire888 wrote:im not religious at all.. im a believer of science.
TheGreekDollmaker wrote:hellfire888 wrote:im not religious at all.. im a believer of science.
How can one ''believe'' in science.
Science isnt a religion, its mankinds growth of knowlage towards the natural laws and phenomenas in the know universe (String Theory doesnt count).
To ''believe'' would implly a lack of imperial evidence, which is clearly untrue since Science relies upon the scientific method.
Zidane wrote:I'm a laid back Catholic. Which means I follows the teaching of Jesus and whatnot, but I'm not a dick about my religion. Also I never go to church unless I HAVE TO.
Canon 1246 wrote:Sunday, on which by apostolic tradition the paschal mystery is celebrated, must be observed in the universal Church as the primordial holy day of obligation. The following days must also be observed: the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Epiphany, the Ascension, the Body and Blood of Christ, Holy Mary the Mother of God, her Immaculate Conception, her Assumption, Saint Joseph, Saint Peter and Saint Paul the Apostles, and All Saints.
Canon 1247 wrote:On Sundays and other holy days of obligation, the faithful are obliged to participate in the Mass.
Popple wrote:Vatican Catholic Canon 1246 and 1247:
cortjezter wrote:i seriously doubt that everyone up until 50-60 years ago was a heathen for not going to church every sunday; the exact opposite is probably true. previous generations were much more religious and probably better off because of it. today, fewer people (percentage-wise) go to any kind of church or recognise religion, and look what a s*** hole of a society we have.
as someone who isn't religious, i'm not saying it's the answer to our problems, but it certainly seemed to help in a lot of ways that modern life currently lacks.
Garfitor wrote:cortjezter wrote:as someone who isn't religious, i'm not saying it's the answer to our problems, but it certainly seemed to help in a lot of ways that modern life currently lacks.
I'd be very interested to hear what you have in the way of evidence for that statement. I find it much easier to spot ways in which a religious lifestyle is detrimental to society.
Traviswiifan wrote:It may be hard to believe but despite being christian i believe for the most part in evolution(i believe in the idea not the "it takes millions of years for something to evolve" if you think about that rationally common sense will tell you many if not all species of life would've died of way more then already has) I don't believe in the big bang though as explosion just don't happen randomly something must cause them. as far as which domination i belong to i'm not sure.
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