posted on Aug, 28 2013 @ 09:10 PM
Well that is the point that is not spoken about - the fact that religion is taught by the family. How come? How do common beliefs form common ground,
and is this necessary for a society to function? Can a society function entirely made out of individuals, and how would those individuals form
God doesn't matter, but the process of religion does. Is it possible to run a society based on rules that are constantly changing every week, state by
state, fragmenting? How would someone even live in that society, ultimately?
Because the religion element is not going to go away, people will become "religious" about recycling, affirmative action, feminism, whatever - on the
other side, if religion is taken away, conservatives could get religious about money, racism, or anything.
It is entirely dangerous to miscalculate when dealing with this issue.
edit on 28-8-2013 by darkbake because: (no reason given)