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Re: Faith is not an end. Faith, like belief, is a tool Gabbix2

Posted by rayww on November 18, 2004, at 23:16:54

In reply to Re: Faith is not an end. Faith, like belief, is a tool Jai Narayan, posted by Gabbix2 on November 18, 2004, at 15:45:09

> > I was a catholic and this destroyed my faith.
> Aha! Me too, so that's why we share so many of the same beliefs, you've spoken for me many times here. Though I have faith (when not hopelessly depressed) just not of the pre-made organized religious variety, and I suspect you have beliefs in things untangible too. (correct me if I'm wrong)

My question to Gabbix2, Jai, Dinah and other former members of organized religions is why is it that once a Catholic, Mormon (etc) gets fed up and figures out the church is false, they discount all possiblity of there being a true religion somewhere else on the earth? I can see why they are put out by religion in general. But why? Also, it seems like some go out of their way then to try to prove other religions are false. Doesn't make sense to me. Can you please explain?

In your opinion is it:
1. Because in your opinion they are all wrong?
2. Because you don't want to know any different?
3. Because you don't believe there is one true church?
4. Even if there was one true church you wouldn't care?
5. All of the above.
6. None of the above.




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