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The World's Most Dynamic Religion Is ...

Rondoman Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 6:04 PM
Not so. Leftism is the denial of allegiance to the creator God. That makes it a religion. It takes facts, such as the inescapable truth that the universe is stable and not the result an explosion that is scientifically impossible by any known method or formula and seeks to turn truth into a myth. It is scientifically impossible to formulate any scenario that would produce solar systems and galaxies that rotate in order to balance Newtonian mechanics. There is also no possible explanation for dissimilar bodies such as cold planets and nuclear suns if both were the result of a Big Bang. We are behind on mathematics because lazy Americans wants someone else to educate the kids and not be bothered in the process.
dledford Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 10:59 AM
I guess leftism is whatever you decide to define it as.
pastorial Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 3:25 PM
What is a religion?

How does religion make bad people into good people?
For at least the last hundred years, the world's most dynamic religion has been neither Christianity nor Islam.

It is leftism.

Most people do not recognize what is probably the single most important fact of modern life. One reason is that leftism is overwhelmingly secular (more than merely secular: it is inherently opposed to all traditional religions), and therefore people do not regard it as a religion. Another is that leftism so convincingly portrays itself as solely the product of reason, intellect, and science that it has not been seen as the dogma-based ideology that it is. Therefore, the vast majority of the...