You could call it that, kuvasz. But I know alot of sentient beings who do something entirely different. They have one thing in common, and that is that they are a miserable lot, always feeling bad about something.
Dys, your reply wasn't nearly as clever or witty as I have come to expect from you. I am disappointed
The trinity, father, son and the holy ghost... That's a poetic rendering of the immortality of man. And it is indeed holy after a fashion. The idea is this: For you to exist now, the line of father and son has to be unbroken all the way down to the origin of life. If your line was at any point interrupted you wouldn't exist. This is the immortality of the human spirit, aka the holy ghost.
Christianity has, of course, perverted this idea in order to abuse it.
What I am proposing in this thread is that our definition of "religion" comes from a misunderstood version of the concept. One tainted by abuse and worse things. Christianity isn't religion; the thing inside a human being that makes it seek out christianity is.