@XogGyux You appear to be anti-religion. I am not. If you take the Bible as a book meant to teach you to be a better person, and ignore the pseudo-historical stuff, and silly rules that obviously don't apply to modern humans, due to obvious changes in diet, science, etc. it's not something bad.
My wife's religion, for example, is Buddhist, but I'd have no problem were she a Christian, as she actually tries to be a good person and abides by the rules that make sense to everyone(regardless of your religious persuasion). i.e Don't kill, cheat, steal, lie, etc. Her religion makes her happy and brings her comfort. In turn, since she's happier, it makes me happier. I'll even wear a Buddha necklace since it makes her feel better, even if I feel it's really just decorative.
I have some friends who are Christian, yet they don't lambaste other religions, or lack thereof, as being "wrong". I try not to do the same. Sometimes I can get a bit too critical, but normally I am pretty reasonable, in this regard.
I am an agnostic atheist. I just don't know if there's a god, or gods. I just try to be a good person, and that's not determined by religion... IMO.
colliric wrote:I hate it when Politicians and political parties do that, because they are much much worse.
Most of the time they don't normally do a terrible job. If they do, you get rid of them at the next election.
“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson