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I find is fitting that Michael Moore declares that his religious beliefs affect how he votes and how he lives, but then goes on to suggest that a person’s religious beliefs are private and thus above reproach.
Sure, he can believe what he wants and then act on those beliefs and if you criticize those beliefs then you are despicable.
He doesn’t say what happens when those religious beliefs lead you to vote for war or do other harmful actions.
This being the reasoning behind religious criticism.
I agree. Religion creates a natural division between people. Religion may sway some toward war. That same religion may sway others away from war.
Regarding privacy — while a person’s religious beliefs are private, Michael Moore is also an entertainer. It’s part of his job to give up some of his privacy. So in being asked the question directly, he answered.
But here again – we see people making up their minds about important issues based on religion. And even moreso, a false tie between religion and morality.
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Michael Moore is obese. Obesity is a sign of gluttony, a mortal sin according to the Catholic Church.
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