Does anyone ever feel like some people in this world need religion more than other people?
That perhaps some people need to have the belief and practice to be “good” persons. For them to behave in a courteous, giving, loving, and caring, humble, etc. manner they need to have the guidelines and teachings of their faiths to guide them.
And at times it seems that some people are simply able to have good virtues without following a religion. What do you think?
I have known people that need to be in the habit of going to church and really getting involved with their religion because when they are not they aren’t able to make decent decisions. Are these types of people weaker? Or, would you argue that they are stronger because they need “God” more and are willing to seek him (if only sporadically for some) for strength?
If this question makes sense to anyone please feel free to add your thoughts
Asked by Anonymous at 11:56 AM on Oct. 14, 2008 in Religion & Beliefs
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