Wright’s podcast related to the logical approach to religion, which included three separate religions. These religions were Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. He believed that these three religions served for a much larger purpose, something called revelatory. When developing his title for this podcast Wright thought about certain illusions. He said states that God’s are illusion and that history is an evolution of an illusion. He compared this to the hunters and gathers, that were mentioned earlier, because were there where only hunters and gathers t...
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...rsonally believe that God is a lot more than just a figure in the sky; he is someone who guides us in times of needs.
In conclusion, Wrights podcast was revolved around the direction of the social organization. It was a relationship between the religion vs. science and the atheist vs. faith. Throughout this podcast my religion was both confirmed and challenged. It was confirmed by the fact that some people get so caught up in their selves that they forget about others and forget about who is the greater power, God. I challenged my religion when he said he was not a Southern Baptist or a Christian anymore. This led me to become very confused of why he would stop becoming a Christian and was something I could not understand. Although Wright did make some good points throughout his podcast I was dissatisfied with the ending because of his current religion.
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