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The Religions and We
by Emile M Tubiana   
Rated "G" by the Author.
Last edited: Sunday, March 02, 2008
Posted: Sunday, March 02, 2008

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The author's view about religions and their impact.

The Religions and We

From the beginning of recorded time, religions have been in the news. They have placed nations in opposition, provoked wars and imposed conversions. Crimes have been committed in their names to eliminate influential people. We are supposedly living in an age of great civilization. However, the 20th century has not saved us from crime. It is difficult to admit that crime can be committed in the name of religion, when actually such a word inspires deep respect, and especially the respect for others. There are many religions in the world, and some of them, those with large numbers of followers have a well known origin. For the others this is not always the case. The plurality of religions can be explained by the fact that in ancient times, man did not have much contact with the outside world; communication hardly existed. Since man needed some kind of moral support, he created certain rules which allowed him to protect the survival of spiritual values within his own tribe. These rules, with their transmittal from father to son, from one generation to the next, formed religions. Some of them probably disappeared. Originally the principles of religion were simple; they became more sophisticated with the passing of generations. Ceremonies were incorporated and are now performed with an array of paraphernalia unknown to the first generations, which had simple ways of honoring God.

What do preachers of truth know about God, about faith, about justice, about man? In order to be qualified to discuss men, nations, races and religions, it is essential to possess admittedly divine values. It is only along those lines that a representative of God is able to see in all men, without any discrimination, what is pure and untouchable.


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Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
Too many preachers in the past years have become salesmen, who promote themselves more than they do the truths of God. I would rather mankind show me their Godly ways than try to convice me, from their pulpits, who they are with their words.

A wisely written article, Emile.

Micke Jinks
Reviewed by Malcolm Watts (Reader)
Civlization is now threatened by religious dogma and conflict. If God existed, he/she would have reached out and saved the children and other innocents being herded into the gas chambers in WWII. Would a truly supreme being allow such a thing to occur - I think not. Therefore I can only conclude that God does not exist. Mankind must outgrow his childish, but understandable, desire, for God and life after death. Respectfully Malcolm Watts
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
I don't wish to be a wet blanket over pious thoughts, but did you realized that all the religion talk about peace and practiced it, talk about God and abide by His words...but today's muslim high hechelons, making that religion the most destructive and ungoddly one?
When Koran schools start to preach toddles to kill and how to do it...that is not more religion, and that can't be God behind it.

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