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Christians of Voat: Why? Considering we seem to be very enlightened (in general) about what is happening in the world, why christianity? submitted by tempDispName1 to religion

tempDispName1 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

I always suspected that a lot of catholics think about a "University" that way. And to be quite frank: I hate it. It suggests that the university knows everything which it certainly doesn't. Also it's a considerable hindrance to science when the church or "Theology" always forces scientist to reinterpret and restate everything so it is conform with the church's teachings. The live of Galileo Galilei is an example of that.

Christians of Voat: Why? Considering we seem to be very enlightened (in general) about what is happening in the world, why christianity? submitted by tempDispName1 to religion

tempDispName1 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

I'm going to go even further with blasphemy now and say: I don't believe that "Bipolar Depression" is a scientific objective thing. Or to be more blunt: It doesn't exist. It's nonsense made up by psychiatrists. When a person feels down for example after a break-up they call him/her depressed. But that's just normal. When the person they called "depressed" (as an illness) is happy again, they call him/her "bipolar depressed". It's just so that nobody can say they have been wrong. So I think you're just a normal average person. But if I were you, I'd want to be more free and leave the Mormons.
But it's your choice. I guess it's valid to choose company over freedom. Although I don't think the two things have to exclude each other...

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