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You know how there are websites where you can
different features between products. Or different
between programming languages.
Maybe we should have a site dedicated to
who are looking for certain faiths that best suits them.
Maybe they want their god
to have a male and female
version? Or maybe genderless.
Or they want a faith that is supercompact in terms of
to follow (e.g. just 10 commandments to follow only!).
maybe they want one that is fast to learn and follow.
It can cover both artificial and naturally evolved
Do you want one where the founding leader is still living
Or maybe you want a god that is badass like Thor? Too
Well there is always the random button. Works just as
as the lottery of birth!
Human Language Comparison Website
Structure lifted off this. [mofosyne, Jan 04 2015]
Nice website for software cults [mofosyne, Jan 04 2015]
"Pop The Bottle(Fill Me Up)" - Jessica Mauboy [Warning: VEVO ]
Whatever will "Pop The Bottle" to your love for that religion. [mofosyne, Jan 04 2015]
all religions are beautiful
[calum, Jan 04 2015]
Baked - google "religion comparison chart"
[MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 04 2015]
Having looked up comparing anything against anything else (which I thought was a good idea) I found this website. [zen_tom, Jan 05 2015]
||Believes horses can fly vs Believes people can walk on water. And so forth?
||Whatever will "Pop The Bottle" to your love for that religion.
||Looks like it somewhat. Something seems rather missing
from this thought, can't quite pin it down.
||Maybe a mode where you can compare a shortlist of
religions in bigger details?
||Much like how one would conduct a hiring process.
||Well Thank you Jesus for coming in !
||You'll have our decision in by Letter in A couple of Weeks.
||If you examine non-cult religions closely enough, in
essence comparing a faith to itself, you
might end up rejecting all of them as being self-
inconsistent (to say nothing of one being "better" than
another). For example in Christianity, God is supposed
to be "just". There are claims, however, that various
infractions committed during a FINITE lifespan are
punished eternally/infinitely. Kind of like, "rob a bank,
be tortured for a trillion years, just for starters" --how
does that qualify as "just" (a punishment that fits the
crime)? Perhaps the claims of infinite torment are
simply lies? Then why should you believe anything else
that is claimed about Christianity, eh?
||This Idea basically opens up a major can of worms....
||//can of worms//...a particular vermiculous tin from
which a torrent of oligochaetae, entozoon and nematoda
have been steadily emerging since it first sprang open
in ancient times.
It has however given me an idea for a more general
comparison website, the text of which I shall type out
||Tying down exactly what adherents to different religions believe is controversial. For example at different ends of the spectrum you'll get Christians that hold a rational, science-based worldview while others believe in a literal six-day creation. Regardless of this they'll probably have very similar views on morality and ethics. Therefore, I think the more important thing to capture in any comparison of religions is how good they are at producing fair and tolerant societies. This would also be controversial, but there's a lot of data out there so it should be amenable to analysis.
||Perhaps it should have Amazon-style suggestions?
||"People who believe this also believe..."