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← Are all religions equally crazy?

Didaktylos's Avatar Jump to comment 7 by Didaktylos

It's not just how well a given religion succeeds in concealing its craziness, it's also about what that religion demands of its devotees in terms of relations with those who have not bought into said craziness to the same precise extent. One of the most abiding distasteful characteristics of Abrahamic Montheism is lack its of capacity to "agree to disagree" beyond the degree to which secular governments are able and willing to actively coerce.

Fri, 20 May 2011 21:20:07 UTC | #628983