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Interview Part 3

[200] Question: Why not create a new religion?

[201] Answer: The foundation of a religion requires deliberate steps. Which texts are to stand at the beginning? Who is how to be included? Can one create a religion alone? I think that one can create a religion alone. But, later, others must be included.

[202] Question: Which kind of texts is to stand at the beginning?

[203] Answer: So many good thoughts and texts emerge in the world. It is difficult to create here something against it. However, the reference theory creates a wide sustainable basis. For the beginning, prayer and scientific texts are enough. The narrative form does not have the profoundness that meets a modern religion.

[204] Question: Who decides bindingly in the new religion?

[205] Answer: Keepers of the religion are the priests, who can change the rules of the religion bindingly with two-thirds majority. As long as no rules are set up, the texts of this homepage apply. Disciplinarily priests, bishops and the highest representative decide over the subordinates. As long as the adherents of the religion of love do not become registered (i.e. initiated), they have also no say. [206] They can make, however, suggestions to the priests and/or the board of the religion of love. The priests can refer certain questions after registration of the adherents to these as referendum, which is likewise accepted with two-thirds majority (if simple majority was not announced).

[207] Question: Which role plays the reference theory in the new religion (of love)?

[208] Answer: The reference theory formulates a new conception of the world, on basis of the decomposability axiom: Everything consists only of substances and references. The world is finite; the infinite is only engineered and postulated from the finite. The infinite is number theoretically newly determined. The reference theory can be, however, only basis of a religion, this must formulate their contents.

[209] Question: Which contents come to the fore?

[210] Answer: Preferentially it depends on the relationship of humans to L and among themselves. Everything is to take place on a high as possible level. Virtues are emphasised. Thus, it will give widespread virtue doctrine. The relationship to objects is far less important, although the computer moves more and more close to humans in its abilities. However, all objects deserve our attention.

[342] Question: Why should one be virtuous?

[343] Answer: In order to find luck and self-fulfilment. Only if man is virtuous, ze achieves zis entire greatness. This is connected with the characteristics that humans can possess. One does not have to be virtuous with a certain reason. What counts is the result.

[359] Question: Can one be excluded from the religion of love?

[360] Answer: Yes, if a remaining cannot be tolerated by the other adherents. Who commits a crime is not excluded automatically. Who seriously harms, however, the religious community, it be by (verbal) force or by (financial) fraud, can be excluded very well. In these questions an appropriate committee decides with two-thirds majority.

[405] Question: Why devote oneself at all to religion?

[406] Answer: Religion renders a unique contribution for personality development, also concerning other humans. It covers ethics, spirituality, cognisance and practice. In the religion, it is possible to experience real and valuable community. The highest levels are addressed that are available to humans. Only the pooling of the different fields makes religion indispensable beyond the single field. One can unfold fully ones whole personhood. There are points of contact, e.g. to science, arts and non-religious practice. Religion facilitates the meaning of life. Without the idealistic dedication of the religion adherents, the society would be poorer in many. Religion is the guarantor for moral in our society.

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