(urth) Questions . . .

brunians at brunians.org brunians at brunians.org
Tue Nov 27 13:42:15 PST 2007

> On Nov 27, 2007, at 3:19 PM, brunians at brunians.org wrote:

>> Belief is not all that important in Judaism. You follow the
>> rules, you can simultaneously be a good Jew and believe that God is
>> hostile, or nonexistant.

> Odysseus did not care whether Eumaeus actually believed his king was
> still alive, so long as Eumaeus remained loyal.

There you go.

Christianity and Islam are the only religions, as far as I know, that make
a big fuss over what one actually believes.


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