posted on May, 30 2010 @ 07:58 PM
So what? Last I checked the US isn't a theocracy...even if some people apparently would want that
It doesn't really matter whether the US was founded by Christians, at least it shouldn't. There's a reason State and church are separated, so no, I
don't think we should accept Christian "rules" just because they're Christian. If they are LOGICAL and RATIONAL then sure, why not? If they
aren't, then they're rubbish and no, we shouldn't follow them.
I'd like to think people in the 21st century act rationally and logically, and everything that is in the way of that, including religion, should be
abolished and ignored. If religion makes people happy, by all means, keep it...people have the freedom to do what makes them happy...as long as it
doesn't negatively affect others. Having religious doctrines that aren't logical IS negatively affecting people, so they should be abolished.
For example: Outlawing microchips that could potentially help certain patients just because some retard things they're the "mark of the devil"
isn't logical...it's stupid, ignorant, and only supported by brainwashed uneducated believers.
[edit on 30-5-2010 by MrXYZ]