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Posted 06 April 2012 - 07:39 AM

Consider your own religious path. What stories are told that serve to enlighten and educate? In other words, what stories are mythical? Are any of these myths thought to be actual historical events? Is that important? Would it matter if it was proven that they didnít really happen?

The stories in the bible are hard to believe, whether they are true or not is for each person to decide themselves! It doesn't matter to me personally, because I believe that if you look at them close enough there is a message in them that we can learn from.

Can you think of a non-religious myth? Perhaps political, or economic, or ethnic. What is the telling of this myth trying to convey?

Political, Economic, and Ethnic myths depend on which seat your sitting in, if they are actually myth or not.
Democrats are socialists
The rich care about the poor
All Muslims are terrorists

What do you believe is the ethical message that this religious myth is conveying?

From which perspective?

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