It looks to me like Mcfarlane Salsa is saying that if people don't have a code of behavior spelled out for them, in detail, they behave 'badly'.
Sorry, Jerm, I have no interest or ability to participate in your discussion, as it is. I don't care how many angels can dance on a pin.
Pretty much, yeah. Oh, and it's 16.
Anh Minh wrote:
I must disagree with your predictions, by the way. Anarchy will result in some mob boss emerging and starting rules, not total obliteration.
I don't see what's wrong with idolatry. Various idols have been worshipped for centuries. What of it?
As for your fourth... Just too weird. no idea what you're talking about.
A mob boss starting rules would be the same as a priest starting rules, as they would most probably benefit him, not the people.
Idolatry inevitably ends up with the people losing faith in a God they can see is false and has no power, so they go over to either Judeo-Christianism, or end up being controlled by the priesthood.
The fourth I didn't go into much, so I'll explain myself. Religion is strongest when it passed down through the adults to the children, and more specifically the parents. If the parents are respected, chances are they won't listen and leave.