Church of Reality adopts UN Declaration of Human Rights

This post was written by marc on January 11, 2006
Posted Under: Religion

The Church of Reality has accepted the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights as part of it’s religious doctrine. The declarations are very compatibles with the Sacred Principles and are a natural extention of the Kernel, which is the Church of Reality doctrine. Here’s the link to the Church of Reality version.

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“An anomaly would be some doctrine that either contradicted reality or contradicted other doctrine indicating that some sort of error exists that needs to be fixed. A religion that calls itself the Church of Reality should be free of anomalies or at least darn close to free and if we see an anomaly we should be uncomfortable with it.”

Then you should reconsider your adoption of the entire UDHR, because all articles starting with 22 contradict other rights, e.g. Freedom of Association. Even article 21, about democracy, sounds good but omits the need for constitution, permitting tyranny by the majority.

If you want to broaden your church’s appeal, I suggest that you rid your kernel of unnecessarily exclusive doctrine. The UDRH’s presence excludes all libertarians, and objectivists would otherwise be one of your key customers. Given the “reality” in your name, it is ironic that you would alienate objectivists by incorporating an unreal definition of human rights, which have a mathematical basis:

Written By Steve Cobb on April 1st, 2006 @ 11:14 pm

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