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    Default The conspiracy of Christianity

    I've had an interest in how religion relates to different political happenings for a while, and I found some interesting information on the relation of Christianity to governmental tyranny. Christianity is a religion created to instill traits ideal for slaves, such as submission, blind obedience, and "turning the other cheek." Research into Christianity also proves it to be a total fraud, based on the amount of things it has clearly stolen from other religions traditions. If you have an interest in this, researching it on your own can be helpful. I've found the website "Exposing Christianity" to be helpful to me.

    What do people think of organized religions's connection to governmental conspiracies? Has anyone else here looked into this particular theory?

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    Egads, don't you Nazis ever get tired of the same BS? Theories require proof not conspiracy nonsense. Government is too screwed up to engage in conspiracies, I say that with the fondest intentions. LOL Of course there are forms of governments that do all sort of bad things, fascism, plutocracy, dictatorships, etc and check out these bad actors, Russia, North Korea, Iran, Syria, to name just a few. I'll let others check you wacky site. You guys need to grow up and stop following hate.

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    Christianity is a fraud

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micawber View Post
    Christianity is a fraud
    Assuming that to be true for a moment, how does that adversely affect you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Right View Post
    Assuming that to be true for a moment, how does that adversely affect you?
    he wants to be the one and only fraud.....

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