"Does Religion Create Morality" by Mairead Bree O'Ceiehardyhaa


The practice of religion is neutral right now, however, religion is positive when religion is defined correctly. The chase of Godly wisdom creates goodness and truth, but religion can either encourage this chase or become destructive, but religion ends up destructive typically after religious philosophies get so democratized that people begin to accept more insane principals that ideologies which lead people towards understanding God, better. 


Religion works as an emotional comfort to our conscious rather than a developed formula to enhance moral character in the sense that the more zealous one becomes, the more hostility they comprise towards others who believe differently, however, that practice is technically, not religion doing harm, but, rather, the democratization of religion moving religion away from religion itself and into a democratized politicized social agenda that uses religion as it’s driving force. Did you get all that in one breath? Because I’m not breaking it into two separate sentences or working on my over use of commas, today ,,,,,,, or ever, because artistic skill sets play a role in effective communication, but that's another ckt 4 another day.  


Supporting Documents:

Cahn, Steven M. "Religion Reconsidered" from Reason a Work: Introductory Readings in Philosophy,2 / e by Calhn. 1989. Reprinted with permission of Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning www.thomsonrights.com. by G. Lee Bowie, Meredith W Michaels, and Robert C Solomon. 20 Question, an Introduction to Philosphy (pg 16-17). Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Sigapore, Spain, United Kingdom, United States: Thomson Wadsworth Corporation, 2007 


Ramakrishna. "Many Paths to the Same Summit" from The Religions of Man by Huston Smith, New Tork: Harper Bothers: 1958.  Repretinted in 20 Questions, an Introduction to Philosophy (pg 16-17). Ed. G. Lee Bowie, Meredith W Michaels, and Robert C Solomon. Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Sigapore, Spain, United Kingdom, United States: Thomson Wadsworth Corporation, 2007

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