ANSWERS: 17
  • Atheists do. Go figure.
  • PLENTY of people do, whether they follow it or not, or admit it or not.
  • Religious people do, but if someone isn't religious, why should they care if it gets demolished lol.
  • Are you kiddin'? Half of AB's social science catagory is an ongoing apocalyptic battle of the Ages between the 'religiously sure' atheists vs. the never-say-'die' (& never change yer mind) zealots! ;-)
  • Whoever cares about a conceptual organizing principle for existence, has a religion. That would be almost every one.
  • Nope. but I do care about God.
  • I don't care about religion, but I do care about the personal relationship I have with Jesus Christ. It is not about religion. It is all about relationship. It is all about a living God who sacrificed His only Son to pay our sin debt so we could be restored or reconciled to Him. It is on that basis whereby our trusting in His Son and what He did to "set us right" that we can have a personal relationship with Him.
  • Though i'm not overly or loudly religious I have my core beliefs of course. I do not push my opinions on others or look down on them if they have their own beliefs. Its not for me to judge anyone. I have my own problems that keep me busy enough.
  • Everybody should, even if you do not believe in it there are lessons to be learned from the teachings.
  • Now you have done it. Religion is one of the hottest category in AB. A lot of wars have been started because of religion. You have just started one. But I am on your side.
  • not me
  • Faith is the commonality. Everyone has faith, be it in themselves, in something or in someone else or in quite a few someone elses. Once you learn to place yours in God, the One who cannot ever fail you, you will realize the wisdom in Biblical religion. Faith is the sugar. Religion is the salt.
  • Evidently they do because I can't ever come here without at least one question about it on the home page.:-)
  • According to the Oxford American Dictionary, religion can mean: • the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods • details of belief as taught or discussed • a particular system of faith and worship • a pursuit or interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance So depending on which definition you use, I’d say either a lot of people do, or everybody does. Either way, the correct answer is obviously “yes.” HTH! :-)
  • I don't care about religion, I care about Jesus. "I hate all this silly religion, but you, God, I trust. I'm leaping and singing in the circle of your love" (Psalm 31:6). It's not a religion, it's a relationship.

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