Discussion in 'Gravel Trap' started by gethinceri, Jan 18, 2012.
There isn't one.
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The whole concept is alien to me.
I remember fighting with my secondary school when I was 11/12? years old as I absolutely refused to take religious education classes.
After being threatened with expulsion and various other punishments, they finally capitulated and allowed me to study other subjects in the school library during those classes.
It was deliberately done, why would it deserve capitalisation?
A courtesy to those who do believe perhaps?
Depends on your perspective.
My perspective is that there is neither a god nor any evidence of one.
I don't think it's evidence, it's respect....
Is there evidence of a god, any god?
To turn the question around, those who believe in the usual god, how do you feel about those who worship the flying spaghetti monster?
Hope that makes sense
I honestly don't believe any more, was brought up to, but wasn't up to it. I think the people who believe deserve the respect of their convictions and Organised Religion deserves a good kicking, so I try to make sure I focus my commentary in these areas.
If only he would
You will never know, only hope
A good rule of thumb on any forum is don't get involved in threads about religion or politics
I'll remember that when you wade in on Scottish Independence and the Eurozone debacle
It has nothing to do with respect. I don't believe in any deity, be it allah, buddha or whatever. If i insist on writing Science rather than science all it does is waste space and a key stroke.
If anyone believes in a deity or deities then they are entitled to. I am more bothered by apostrophe misuse than people's religious sensitivities.
Separate names with a comma.