> I do not speak of individual quests for spirituality as such
> but of organized religious beliefs that become enshrined into
> cultural and tribal instincts that corrode the collective
> responitivity to moral and ethical action and divide people
> into we who are God's people and the enemy who is everyone else
> which seems to have been a predominant thought pattern since
> the very beginning of human endevour.
> May I ask why you think the loss is a "disasterous trend"?
No one I know is really concerned about organised religion. A lot of people are disgruntled with banksters and bored with politicians. In secular society, this view about organised religion is a bit out of touch with what's going on and what's really adversely affecting peoples' lives.
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