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Religion An Arbitrary Experience The image of God appears in many texts but more importantly appears inside everyone Ever person on the planet has a certain outlook on God and although many people have similar views everyone still disagrees because of minuscule details This combined with every organized religion preaching that they are right has forged this planet into a bomb thats ready to detonate I myself am not sure if people ever really have stopped and thought about God logically and what it means to them Think about it 96 of people on Earth believe in some sort of an all-powerful God It knows what we all are doing every second of the day It knows that I typed this essay and it knows that you are reading it right now It even knows what the other six billion people on the planet are doing this very secondpretty amazing huh Organized religion has contaminated who and what we are for far to long It closes far to many doors in the mind which restrains our growth as a species We are told what to believe and expected to say nothing when our faith is changed without our permission This is not a recent occurrence its been going on for thousands of years Religion whether it was a pagan tribe 10000 years ago or you today has negatively affected every person on this planet today You may now be thinking that I am an atheist however much to your surprise I am not I was baptized into the Lutheran Church as a newborn but I do not affiliate with them any longer Now if you were to ask me my faith I would say I am Agnostic or a person with out a religion who still has faith in a higher power My Fathers family was and still are a religious people Luckily for me my Dad moved out of state
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