I understand you but I disagree. For one thing, you are applying legal reasoning to a matter of belief. Faith is not dependant on logic or law so if you are explaining your sincere belief to another in the hopes of getting that person to see things your way there cannot be fraud. There simply is no room for "ought to know better" in faith, specifically religious belief. There are people who have faith and your lack of it means nothing to them. They might try to make you "see the light" but if you don't see it they will not stop believing.Quote by: Starboy
That is my only point. I don't include the frauds and phonies with ulterior motives. Just the honest and genuine believers. They don't know from "ought to know better" and you will never make them know. It's not going to happen.