Originally Posted by New England
i'm fully expecting people to insult my education by telling me i'm full of BS, rofl.
it's an easy leap to make when you've got a modest understanding of the way ancient peoples developed into civilizations.
people used to live in family groups and wander from place to place
etc. they hunted and gathered from the wild
people eventually settled into permanent residences. they started to farm, and they began to write, and they developed culture. nearly universal to ancient civilizations was religiousness or spirituality.
what was stone henge?
the mayan temples?
If someone wants to make the argument that religion is no longer necessary, fine (though I disagree with disallowing people the right to practice theirs.) But to claim that it hasn't been crucial in bringing small groups of (initially hunter/gatherers, later more agrarian) together to form larger communities of people with common (religious) beliefs, exposes a lack of understanding of essential ancient history.
Originally Posted by THE LARRY
No id say Racism is mankinds worst creation
Do you believe in Affirmative Action?