Will there be a time?

United States
January 25, 2008 8:32pm CST
Do you think that the human race will converge at some point in the future and finally agree (even if it is simply to disagree) on a spirituality and means of respecting that sense of spirit? I think Scientologists are a bit nutty, but I love that L. Ron and Asimov decided to give the whole sci-fi religion thing a try.
2 responses
• Italy
28 Jan 08
I think the human race will eventually abandon any form of religion and supernatural belief. Probably they (our grand-grand-...-children) will just agree to respeting their sense of "spirituality" in the meaning of "humanity", with no supernatural elements. In other words, they will give a value to human thinking under a REAL, concrete and naturalistic point of view. Supernatural beliefs will only be known as a form of literature, as our present myths.
@danzer (2727)
• Philippines
26 Jan 08
As prophesied in the book of Revelation, a time will come when people will be under a one-world government: one religion, one money, one government. On it's first few years, there will be peace, but later the Devil will reveal himself and his true anger and hardship shall be experienced by all people! Of course, the believers will be happy having their crowns in the heavenly places!