Welcome to the thoughts that wash up on the sandy beaches on my mind. Paddling is encouraged.. but watch out for the sharks.
I've always liked that graphic. It pretty much touches all the bases of the things that Christianity requires to keep a steady pipeline of followers: fear, conversion, superstition/magic.
V V said: Wow.A little over-the-top maybe, but it made me laugh a bit.....dbackdad said: the things that Christianity requires to keep a steady pipeline of followers: fear, conversion, superstition/magic.Oh, I don't think it's just Christianity - or even religion - that relies on this. I think many kinds of mind-control process uses fear, conversion and superstition..... including politics (and economics come to think of it).More Venn diagrams to come.....
Definitely politics and economics. That was the main premise of The Shock Doctrine ... that governments use times of fear to push through policies that could not be enacted otherwise.
dbackdad said: That was the main premise of The Shock Doctrine ...It's on my must-read-soon list.
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