People in our current age already know what they want to believe and accept as morally right. If a religious system is keeping someone chained to doctrine that they inherently disagree with, it is probably better to err on the side of going with one's inner convictions and be called sinful, than to adhere to the religious law and hate themselves for it, amirite?
It's kind of amazing to think of people's lives. We say things like "I have a good/bad life" or "I have a lot going on in my life right now." We tend to think of peoples lives as their own personal "bubble", but in reality it is all connected with people whom most of us don't know. Nobody's life is that bubble in which we imagine. Really we don't have individual bubbles, but many huge bubbles that over lap with hundreds of other people's bubbles, amirite?
Those "altar calls" with the guilt trips, emotional stories, and hypnotic synth music in the background manipulate kids and teens to have a religious experience they never had on their own. If God is really alive and active, He shouldn't need such gimmicks to produce real experiences and emotional responses in people, amirite?
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