Believing your religion is true while others are most certainly not is the pinnacle of arrogance

May 15, 2014, 8:57 am

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tkershaw3, KamelotFan10, mariejans520, Mr_Anonymous, stormshy and 3 visitors agree.
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No, it's the pinnacle of logic. If something is true, then anything contradictory to that truth would be necessity be false.

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