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the fake religion?

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Submitted by LP (United States), Jul 30, 2007 at 20:55

People who have not read the history of these religions must believe in anything. Besides the profound misuse of power by any and all religious inventers, the justification of ones cause is simply been labelled by attaching what they believe to be legitimate belief of God. Perhaps some one wants to marry a 9 yrs old girl or kill some one by calling them kaa-faar or sinner, or simply wants everyone to do whatever he or she desitres to do and it can be justified when large groups of people are subscribing to the same wrongful view or conduct.

If we look at any of these home made religions, it was never designed or invented to help the believer. But rather to justify the actions of the inventer and whomever that wants to be in charge of that religion at that time. Who cares about what Mohhamad, moosa and issa (jesus) did? In the complex world we live in, how does what these people have done ever going to help people today? Would it make sense that people simply expand their time and energy dealing with their issues rathar than stories to what happened to so and so?

I believe that no one has ever gained anything positive for themsleves when they pray to mohammad or anyone else. How does praying to Mohammad help anyone. There is so much fraud these days. Truth is never revealed because it disproves old ideas and that can cause the people to believe in something realistic. That is a very bad thing because these people may figure out the truth and then it will be extremely difficult to control them.

ho blindedly follow and finds a system


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