One of the largest and consistently base-splitting arguments Facepunch - and a large amount of the world - has ever had the misfortune of being deeply entrenched in. Religion.
A lot of threads devolve into random flaming of Creationism (more often than not Christianity and Islam specifically), and people generally agree with this. I ask if this flaming is entirely justified, as I feel people should be able to believe what they want to in something so philosophical as the creation of the universe.
I have a general stance on issues such as this: believe what you want to. If you feel science is the way to go, good on you. Same applies for whatever other theory you may subscribe to. If you think you have all the answers, be content in the idea you have it all figured out - because there's a chance you may be wrong, and nothing hurts more than to have something so important proven wrong.
Basically, live and let live. Nobody gets hurt when we can admit we disagree with someone else's view, but can refuse to say that they are wrong nonetheless.
So I ask, for all the militants and people making horrible and overdone jokes in SH, are we too hard on religion?