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    • Mike
    • 13.07.10 | 16:51 (IDT)

    I advise you to try to read more carefully. I am not an atheist, nor do I advocate that particular "faith". Sprituality does not require an elaborate paid command & control hierarchy. On the chess board, the bishops are positioned next to the King and Queen, as "enforcers". Kings and Queens, (other than symbolic figureheads) have largely been retired to the "toy chest" of history. I feel its time to reconcile their "enforcers" with them. Me? I personally believe in G-d but put faith in no man to know more about my theological "hunch" than I do. The world's graveyards are filled with victims of the clergy's theological certainties and prejudices. Most clergy "root" for Romeo and Juliet's parents instead of the couple. Its time to retire these antiquated "enforcers" of separatism and the status quo. Try using your critical thinking abilities, instead of being a mynah bird. Mynahs are vastly more adept at mimicry,without comprehension, than even parrots.

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