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what is the cradle of each religion?

Discussion in 'Resources' started by alishan, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. alishan

    alishan Active Member

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    hi

    some people say that babylone mesopotamia is the cradle of each religion after the Noé flood

    is it?

    what is the link between it and the aryen civilisation? thanks
     
  2. Caladan

    Caladan Agnostic Pantheist

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    What just happened? seemed like the OP had a terrible accident and went splash all over the place.
     
  3. angellous_evangellous

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    I have no idea.
     
  4. YmirGF

    YmirGF Bodhisattva
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    what is the cradle of each religion?


    One would assume the cradle of religion is ignorance.
     
  5. Breathe

    Breathe Hostis humani generis

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    There is no evidence Noah's flood happened, so I have no reason to believe it did, so: no, it is not.


    Ancient Near East is the cradle of civlization (beginning of society) according to Western sources. But religion? No, not really. The oldest known religion is one in Africa, about 60,000 to 70,000 years ago. If you mean, cradle of modern religions, I'm not sure, but still doubt it.

    They're both old?
     
  6. alishan

    alishan Active Member

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    yes craddle of modern religion if you want to call them like this

    what is the caracteristic of this babylone mesopotamia? what influence on the world?
     
  7. YmirGF

    YmirGF Bodhisattva
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    Their rantings appealed to peoples ignorance. Any other questions?
     
  8. LuisDantas

    LuisDantas Aura of atheification
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    Religion probably developed almost simultaneously in various places, as some sort of animism or paganism.
     
  9. YmirGF

    YmirGF Bodhisattva
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    I agree. People saw some folks doing weird stuff, decided that it was meaningful (for some reason or other) and so aped the behavior.
     
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