A REVISED VERSION OF WHAT I SAID:
Originally Posted By: Revlgking
WHAT DOES THE WORD 'RELIGION' MEAN, TO ME? WHEN I SAY, "I AM RELIGIOUS" WHAT AM I TELLING YOU?
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The concept of 'religion' has a lot in common with the concepts of faith, hope, love, grace, the way we feel about self, family, neighbours, friends, others, including those we perceive as enemies ...
But does this mean that religion, and the concepts we associate with it, is no importance and have no consequences--for better or for worse?

So my answer to the questions posed here: Of course religion is very important to billions of people. And it certainly does have consequences. Just read and listen to the media, anytime.

Our religion is what we believe about things, seen and unseen, and what we do about them on a day to day basis.

IMO, every truly human person has a religion. Some kinds of religions do, and have done, a lot of good; some do a lot of harm and some are just plain boring.

Now it is your turn.
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