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#16 - tmanboy (08/01/2014) [-]
No it doesn't and you're an ignorant little shit for thinking that way. Religion is how we learn ethics and morals, even though the methodology is not always sound. Pretty much every single rule you follow became socially necessary through the establishment of religion. Besides if you really hate religion that much, I suggest you look more into specific religions, not all of them are "bash-worthy"
#42 - bluemagebrilly (08/01/2014) [-]
But it isn't the /only/ reason we have those morals, and it isn't the only way to learn them or ethics. It's foolish to think that only religion is to thank for the morality of man.
And about what you said above, it's more than likely in that day and age that they were under the influence of mind altering drugs but weren't aware of it, which gave them the 'Holy Spirit' that they wrote books with. If anyone appeared today with that attitude, you can bet he'd come up with a huge amount of drugs in his system.
But I could also be wrong about that. I highly doubt it, to be honest, but religion isn't all that bad of a thing as long as you aren't completely crazy about it.
Like the Westboro guys. They're jerks.
#45 - tmanboy (08/01/2014) [-]
I do understand what you're saying and for the most part I agree, especially coming from a similar family background, I just mean to say that it's impossible to deny the role that religion has played in instilling morals in the masses and at some point at least one moral you've been taught more than likely can be traced to some religious background. Also referring to the mind altering drug thing, whether or not this is true I cannot say, however it doesn't really matter because the writers didn't actually believe the Holy Spirit was in them, or rather (if we're speaking about it as truth as if being a member of the religion) they were unaware of the Holy Spirit at the time and/or never knew that they were influenced by the Holy Spirit and never claimed to be. So really, whether or not they were on drugs is irrelevant because none of the authors claimed to be being "controlled/influenced" by the Holy Spirit. This only became doctrine in the Catholic faith later, more than likely in the middle ages as the Holy Ghost was never really referenced much before that time period.
#46 - bluemagebrilly (08/01/2014) [-]
And bad things still happen all the time.
I do not think my morals could be traced by to any religion factors, because I wasn't influenced by those religions to create those morals. Sure, other religions probably /do/ have the same morals I have, but that doesn't mean I made them from it.
The whole holy spirit thing, if it really wasn't mentioned before, then... I don't see it even being relevant.
That is very similar to how some writers are claimed to be 'drug users' for their inspiration, and they're usually laughed at or treated with disdain. If the writer themselves does not speak of it, then I do not believe it existed, or was a factor.
#47 - tmanboy (08/02/2014) [-]
I'm not saying that you specifically were, but if youre saying that the masses are influenced by these concepts, and you as a human are influenced by the masses (im a psychologist, if you think you're arent I can tell you a million reasons why you are, I'm sorry thats just how it is) then you are influenced by those religions because they are where the influence stems from. I'm not saying the Holy Spirit thing is relevant, it's simply a matter of opinion or belief based on faith in religion. And yet again, you don't have to believe I'm just telling you the facts I know in order to help you understand what the Holy Spirit is, not to influence you to believe in it... because I don't believe in it either
#48 - bluemagebrilly (08/02/2014) [-]
To me, it sounds like you believe in your own word far more than you really should, as if what others say / what you've heard are completely true.
I don't mean that in a bad way, really, but the whole 'I'm a psychologist, so if you think you aren't...' just sounds really... arrogant. I'm sure you could run off a few 'facts', or what you assume are facts, about my mental state or the 'holy spirit' (which isn't really 'fact' if it's something you have to believe in to make real), but that doesn't necessarily make them true. Just assumptions.
I don't really talk to people, don't really read that many things either. My morals about life didn't come from others, they just kind of... happened.
But I am done conversing about this, it's a silly point anyways since neither of us believe in something like that.
#49 - tmanboy (08/02/2014) [-]
I mean I'm not trying to be arrogant, sorry if I sound that way, but everything I say regarding psychology specifically is based on statistical data, not my own belief or opinion. I mean, that's just part of what I learned; because psychology is a theoretical science (as much as I hate to admit that at times) I'm honestly just telling you what the majority believes to be true statistically, not necessarily what is fact (because psychologically speaking, yes I sound like a douche saying that i know, facts don't really exist)
#21 - tmanboy (08/01/2014) [-]
Well no, I took my morals and ethics from a multitude of religions, psychological, and philosophical teachings and combined them into the moral code I follow today. And if you really don't think you learned your morals from religion, then you're not very bright. I'm guessing that either your parents or their parents were religious and learned their morals through religion and passed them down to you from there. If not, I'm gonna assume that you learned them from social conventions (meaning what people generally seem to follow in everyday life, such as at school or otherwise). In which case, I want you to look at the laws of Confucius and tell me that they don't seem to be eerily similar. Additionally let's assume that you took them from some sort of internal spirituality. If that's the case I want you to go ahead and look at Buddhism, the philosophy not religion (which however was derived from religion). If you really wanna get technical and say that you learned them from philosophical examples such as Aristotle or Plato, then they learned their original morals and ethics through story-telling derived from poly-theism. I'm not saying I even like it, but pretty much all the morals we have are derived from some religions. From an evolutionary psychology perspective, essentially we were too stupid to know right from wrong, people were probably being beat up but we didn't really process a conscience. Then people at some point were like, this shit's getting old "hey you.... uhhh... yeah stop that or ummm..... sun-god is gonna like melt you! YEAH!" and suddenly people were like "oh shit, that's stupid, but what if he's right fuck." The idea of divine punishment and fear allowed people to create and establish true morals, even though it probably doesn't seem like it was the best way to do so, I'd say it got the job done
#31 - tmanboy (08/01/2014) [-]
Well yeah, you called me pathetic AND came here specifically to bash on the institution of religions as a whole. I even left a disclaimer in my first comment that said "for people who don't wanna just bash on religion." I mean you clearly just left your comments for some stupid thrill. I can either say I'm not mad and play into it or just tell the truth and say yeah it kinda ticks me off but that's life/ whatevs
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#227 - privatepumpanickel (07/27/2014) [-]
How? If somebody was a drug user, had plenty of money to buy their drugs and didn't rob, lie or hurt others what's the problem? Yeah, they're hurting their loved ones by harming themselves I suppose...there is many, many, ways of being self-destructive and worrying your family for your safety, not just drugs.
#234 - CIS White Male (07/27/2014) [-]
They're feeding illegal organizations.
#241 - CIS White Male (07/27/2014) [-]
OH IT'S THIS STUPID SHIT! LET'S LEGALIZE ALL THE DRUGS RIGHT?! People are going to do them anyways.
Why not make rape legal too? Or theft? Why not murder? People will do all this shit anyways.
#250 - privatepumpanickel (07/27/2014) [-]
Yeah, because every time you pop a pill or put a needle in your arm, you might as well be violently shoving your cock into a vulnerable woman's pussy hurr durr!
You are so fucking backward it's amusing me. And I think you know it, because you can't even log in to back up your delusional views.
I'm done talking to lonely, reclusive little Nietzsche fans on the internet. Thinking you're such a special snowflake with your "controversial" views. You're boring me, and hopefully, probably, life will teach you lessons on it's own eventually.
#256 - CIS White Male (07/27/2014) [-]
You're still giving money to criminals.
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