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Charity and Religion

Charity and Religion

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What a sad man

(Anonymous)
How terribly sad that Mr Crabtree has wasted so much of his life developing a website devoted to the major chip he has on his shoulder. The reason that so few people visit the site is because they are simply not interested in his introspective tirade against religion. It doesn't matter whether you are religious or not, Mr Crabtree's site only serves to exhibit his personal hang-ups, and the strength of his comments only serve to diminish the effect of what he has to say. Unfortunately the effect is that religious people laugh it off as ridiculous and he therefore fails to upset those he hates, and non-religious people just think he's obsessed with stuff they don't give a damn about. I'd really like to see Mr Crabtree develop a site that is reasoned, in perspective and more fact based with a neutral tone. Someone might take him seriously then.

Re: What a sad man

(Anonymous)
Couldn't agree more. Came across this site by mistake - what a mistake - simply self obsessed drivel.

Re: What a sad man

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My personal hang-ups do provide the energy behind lots of what I write, just like my personal tastes and likes do. Isn't it the same with most writing?

CharityWithoutReligion.org

(Anonymous)
I've been developing a website to help people with this. People can explore find charities that match their interests that are not affiliated with religion.

CharityWithoutReligion.org

hello

(Anonymous)
hello vexen great site

Re: hello

(Anonymous)
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fcuk off gay boy

a little one-side, don't you think?

(Anonymous)
hmmmmmm..the church doesn't SOLELY rely on offerings..that would be silly. they have business ventures too..

Who taught you to write?

This essay would have likely received a failing grade in any respectable 12th grade class. You have the bare minimum of sources (all secondary sources mind you) and base your argument on two data sets which lack immediately pertinent information, expanded upon by nothing more then unsupported conjecture. You show the overhead cost to the religious institution without any comparative data of a typical secular charitable organization.

If I'd turned in a paper like this in highschool my parents would have gotten me a tutor. As a writer I'd feel humiliated to have something of such dismal quality published under my name even if it was on some third rate blog. Why you felt this was suitable to distribute the the general public shows a complete lack of journalistic and literary self awareness and a complete inability to apply constructive criticism to your own work.

Re: Who taught you to write?

I agree (I'm the author) that this is a particularly low quality page. It'll eventually get deleted and unlinked.

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