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Old 01-24-2016, 11:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not a Chemda apologist but Chemda killed it in the religion argument. 100% agree with her, hit it so well.

I feel like a lot of times Myq comes from a place of "good things are good, so do good things" but this becomes very subjective to different people entrenched with different religious ideas.

Chemda wasn't saying there weren't good things in different religions she was saying its niave to ignore the veil that each religion surrounds their ideas in. The idea of kindness to others as an as a raw idea by itself is great but is tainted by the relative subjectiveness of that religions doctrine. Chemda was defending the right to critize otherwise good ideas that are tainted by religious perspective without them just being universally good ideas.
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