posted on May, 11 2004 @ 05:02 PM
Religion tends to waver off all scientific paradigms without providing any evidental grounds to prove its own bias or disprove those of science.
Religion is a traditional doctrine, if not habitual, it serves no other purpose outside of its social construct and ability to manipulate and decieve
This is the problem with religion, or should I say, a superimposed Conceptual Habituation, we tend not to question our ideals of past, for they define
who as a people ( the reader ) are. Most find thier religious upbringing to be a genetic trait past on through the generations, it is a intergral part
of our family, a 3rd arm or so to say. Most ( general assumption ) brought up by these means, tend never to question tradition, family values, ideals,
and those who do, seek to be deemed black sheep within a family construct.
Traditions never tend to be questioned nor assimilated, it takes decades, and generations of confrontation to do so.
I could be wrong with the above stated, correct me if needed. I am also high