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Debate: Faith as a tool

Updated Sunday, 1st February 2009

A forum guest suggested that there might be a positive way to view faith as a tool

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Not from an anti point of view but a sympethisers "well, if it works for them" point of view.

Simplistically, could a person or group of persons, or even an evolved theology based on human nature, which afterall is the same whichever century you happen to exist in, work to guide the fragile minded among us or keep the masses on the straight & narrow?

This appears to be the result of whichever faith you follow. Is the "struggle" not the best part of life itself, trying to ammend your mistakes as they happen etc (i could go on and on), without the need for a guide-book?




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