2nd November 2008

“Religions can spread deadly ideas faster and more efficiently than a virus can spread AIDS. By forbidding the condom to Catholics followers for so many years the Catholic Church has shown that it too can destroy life and whole societies, and do it with love…”

Unknown author

3 Responses to “2nd November 2008”

  1. mocular Says:

    This is a great quote – how appropriate: killing with religious love.

  2. forsankendamed Says:

    I found the whole thing by googling, I don’t know what it is but there is something to this quote…I feel that i will read this quote over and over and still not be able to express it in words.

    Randall Innes, Québec, Québec:

    “As we have seen in real life, religions can spread deadly ideas faster and more efficiently than a virus can spread AIDS. By forbidding the condom to Catholics followers for so many years the Catholic Church has shown that it too can destroy life and whole societies, and do it with love…

    I no longer go to church because it offends my intelligence. It offends my intelligence to know that Jesus would surely mix and fuse all manners of decision-making tools, such as philosophy, logic, morality, science and theology to decide on, for example, the choice between a human’s well-being and a stupid fetus. Theology is but one pillar that holds the many dimensions of mankind’s spirit. Let us hope that one day we will not need it to understand and know and love God.

    P.S. Oh, I got if from God, he loves us all!”

  3. Tony Pro Says:

    It is amazing what some people will believe. Anyone following some writings that happened to survive in a 1,900 year old book needs to wake up. That’s why they think they can dictate our sexual behaviors, to say nothing of, our politics, womens rights, animal rights, marriage rights, etc. I probably have 20 books on each of those subjects, EVERY one of which kicks the Bibles ass with better ethical standards.
    Of course they’ve had the advantage of using the last 2 millenium to grow.
    Hooray for progress.
    Read nonfiction books.