1. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    Which religion is the least correct?
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    07 Dec '07 01:461 edit
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Which religion is the least correct?
    Sweet Jesu, I don't know where to begin. As Jesus said, "the fields are white for harvest."
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    07 Dec '07 02:10
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Which religion is the least correct?
    Christianity as most of the numerous sects disagree with each other.
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    07 Dec '07 06:39
    Originally posted by nook7
    Christianity as most of the numerous sects disagree with each other.
    and the sunnis and shiites don't?
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    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Which religion is the least correct?
    It's an invalid question, correctness can only be variably ascertained against some true definition of 'correct'. Since all religions are false, it is impossible to say where any of them lay on such a scale of correctness.
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    07 Dec '07 11:35
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Which religion is the least correct?
    Which is the greatest number, 0 x 10 or 0 x 1,000?
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    07 Dec '07 16:24
    Originally posted by Starrman
    It's an invalid question, correctness can only be variably ascertained against some true definition of 'correct'. Since all religions are false, it is impossible to say where any of them lay on such a scale of correctness.
    Various religions assert various unique beliefs.

    Which religion's set of unique beliefs exhibits a ratio of unjustified beliefs to justified beliefs at least as great as that of any other religion?
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    07 Dec '07 16:25
    Originally posted by rwingett
    Which is the greatest number, 0 x 10 or 0 x 1,000?
    Both.
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    07 Dec '07 16:45
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Various religions assert various unique beliefs.

    Which religion's set of unique beliefs exhibits a ratio of unjustified beliefs to justified beliefs at least as great as that of any other religion?
    Shintoism?
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    No religion is wrong as long as they worship "G/d"

    but religions who worship "prophets" are wrong.

    *cough* muhammed *cough*

    and if you are wondering why i typed it like this..."G/d"...jews aren't allowed to write/type his name....

    i duuno why...it just is.
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    Originally posted by chessisvanity
    No religion is wrong as long as they worship "G/d"

    but religions who worship "prophets" are wrong.

    *cough* muhammed *cough*

    and if you are wondering why i typed it like this..."G/d"...jews aren't allowed to write/type his name....

    i duuno why...it just is.
    Why? Is worshipping a god a necessary condition of the correctness of a religion? If so, is it a sufficient one?
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    hey do whatever you want.

    I worship G/d.

    I care not for anyone who doesn't.

    Maybe i'll ask G/d to forgive you.
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    07 Dec '07 17:311 edit
    Originally posted by Starrman
    Why? Is worshipping a god a necessary condition of the correctness of a religion? If so, is it a sufficient one?
    yes and yes.

    and it's not "a" G/d ...it's "the only G/d"
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    07 Dec '07 18:00
    Originally posted by chessisvanity
    yes and yes.

    and it's not "a" G/d ...it's "the only G/d"
    So lets get this straight, the mere act of worshipping a god makes it not only 'the' god, but also the 'true' god?
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    07 Dec '07 18:05
    if he is practicing judaism....then yes.

    Jews are the chosen people. you didn't know that?
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