Top one and all,
Perhaps some posters neglect to check that their sarcasm radar is switched on before logging onto the board.
Yes, people can believe in what ever may soothe their being, and may engage in whatever practices that form part of their religious experience. If they elect to be duped, hoodwinked, conned, deceived, bluffed, then that is their choice. Many others elect not to have their lives determined by superstition and fantasy. What a wonderful world we live in.
I consider myself an unbiased and unprejudiced individual - I have the same contempt and disrespect for all religious beliefs and practises, and, no, being a witness did not instill that attitude in me, I had it long before I became a dub. Being a dub merely reinforced my opinions. Key phrase? "my opinions".
cheeses. without the hymns, chants, incantations, prayer beads, and the like. Live in the real world people.