does anybody recognize that religion is a slave system

Religion is probably the biggest divider in world history, but for those that believe in God it is central to our existence. Share your views.
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does anybody recognize that religion is a slave system

Unread post by noname20 » January 28th, 2009, 7:26 pm

everybody is so into waking up and doing the samething over and over that is how religion takes over you keeping you into this cycle of nothingness things that are alive and not dead grow they dont stay the same like a new born baby it does not stay a new born baby it grows i think people need to wake up and stop being sleep walkers ritual is not living its the samething over and over its time to start thinking outside the box and realize when our life is in denile we are so much more than what we choose to live

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Unread post by IronManCash10 » April 7th, 2009, 10:06 pm

i dont think religion is a slave system its a belief its what you choose to believe and its a guide to how to live your life. all that shit your talking about if those people are not enslaved to their religion theyll just be enslaved to something else.

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Unread post by CheGuevara » April 14th, 2009, 2:51 pm

okay, noname20, so without religion what will you have? total chaos. people thinking they can do whateevr they want. religion might be a slave system but it's needed. without it, everything would crumble. if 95% of the world population weren't 9 to 5'ers then what would we have?

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Unread post by razbojnik » April 14th, 2009, 4:10 pm

CheGuevara wrote:okay, noname20, so without religion what will you have? total chaos. people thinking they can do whateevr they want. religion might be a slave system but it's needed. without it, everything would crumble. if 95% of the world population weren't 9 to 5'ers then what would we have?
Paradise.

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Unread post by CheGuevara » April 14th, 2009, 5:27 pm

razbojnik wrote:Paradise.

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Unread post by razbojnik » April 14th, 2009, 8:16 pm

CheGuevara wrote:
razbojnik wrote:Paradise.

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Unread post by noname20 » April 22nd, 2009, 5:55 pm

if you think we need religion then your just brain washed for the simple reason morals, values and priorites go along way you see this is what family brings to the table well real family you see when your stuck in religion your stuck in rules and regulations when you step outside of religion you are walking in mercy with mercy comes understanding with religion comes ritual BS you must see god is not some religion as we were all brain washed into thinking he is freedom of what ever you want bad or good because in the end of what ever we chose we will learn from it no need for religion we have a need to all come together in unity no religion we have a need to fellowship with one another no religion we have a need to get close with are love ones so you see religion was not in the beginning only our creator who has passed down life to us so what will you do with your life seek religious BS or live your life in love that is what mother and father is suppose to instill in their kids now what happens no one is on their duty well i want say no one but most children our not getting the unconditional love they deserve and religion does not provide that only keeps our mind focused on nothingness if you say religion gets us closer to god than your uninformed we are apart of god we are never seperated from him so no religion can get you closer to him we are him he is us we are connected and until this very point is realised than people will always be slaves their whole lives

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Unread post by CLUSTER » March 31st, 2010, 10:13 pm

I HAVE TO AGREE RELIGION IS A SLAVE SYSTEM . MANY GANG MEMBERS SHOOT AND KILL PEOLPLE AND THEN WALK INTO CHURCH AND ALL THEIR SINS ARE WASHED AWAY? DONT GET IT ALL RELIGION DOES IS TEACH HATE CONTROLS THE MINDS OF PEOPLE ... TAKE ANY RELIGION AND U WILL SEE ITS FLAWS I SEE CONGREGATIONS AS SHEEP CORALS... SOMEONE PASSES BY A CHURCH WHAT DO THEY DO GIVE THE SIGN OF THE CROSS WHY ITS A SLAVE SYSTEM GO TO CHURCH GIVE MONEY HAVE PRIEST MOLEST LITTLE BOYS.... AND PEOPLE WANTING TO FIGHT AND ARGUE OVER SOMEONE SAYING THEY DONT BELIEVE IN GOD..............

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Unread post by MCD » May 4th, 2010, 10:20 pm

noname20 wrote:if you think we need religion then your just brain washed for the simple reason morals, values and priorites go along way you see this is what family brings to the table well real family you see when your stuck in religion your stuck in rules and regulations when you step outside of religion you are walking in mercy with mercy comes understanding with religion comes ritual BS you must see god is not some religion as we were all brain washed into thinking he is freedom of what ever you want bad or good because in the end of what ever we chose we will learn from it no need for religion we have a need to all come together in unity no religion we have a need to fellowship with one another no religion we have a need to get close with are love ones so you see religion was not in the beginning only our creator who has passed down life to us so what will you do with your life seek religious BS or live your life in love that is what mother and father is suppose to instill in their kids now what happens no one is on their duty well i want say no one but most children our not getting the unconditional love they deserve and religion does not provide that only keeps our mind focused on nothingness if you say religion gets us closer to god than your uninformed we are apart of god we are never seperated from him so no religion can get you closer to him we are him he is us we are connected and until this very point is realised than people will always be slaves their whole lives
You can believe what you want, but your last point contradicts the bible a little, since you seem to claim that we are always accepted by God, then what is the point of penance/seeking salvation? we have to show some belief and devotion to God in order to be accepted by him. Religion requires discipline and it's not a slave system if you believe in it because you are receiving benefit. I dont believe murderers, satanists, and other sinful people can be equally close to God as someone who worships him.

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