As I said before, if decisions are looked at logically the more logical conclusion will be chosen. It doesn't matter that people disagree on what is logical, if more people find one idea to be more logical than another than that idea will prevail and will be considered more logical. Because isn't it logical that the majority will realize which choice is better? Now this is in a perfect world. In the real world not everyone is educated enough to be trusted to make the most logical decision. It is for this reason that human arrange themselves into governments. Our form of government is an Aristocracy (though we have a king, he is chosen from the nobles), and it allows for the more educated and logical of society to decide what is best for the country. To the bit about logic causing error, human nature is inherently errored. Mazda gave humans the choice between right and wrong to allow us to make the right choice. Yes, some could use their "own flawed logic" to "justify that which is wrong," but that is not to say everyone will. That is not to say the majority will. Since it's founding there have been those who have rejected its teachings, and this ideology will not change that. The only way to prevent such flawed ideology is in the development of the individual as a child. Logic is the way someone thinks, whether they are blasphemous has more to do with the environment they are raised in, rather than how logical their thinking is. The reason this mandate is relevant to the time is because we are a pious society. Religious revival practically reverberates from the walls of the cities, and society is ready to look at the world with reason, without becoming corrupt in it's thinking. On top of this, my point about the more logical governing the less also applies. We, the nobles, are the ones with the power to really make a difference. The only way society as a whole can be corrupted in their logic, is if we ourselves become corrupted in our logic. As an educated man of Persia, there is no doubt in my mind of the truth of the church. My logic, and the logic of other nobles, will set the example and steer the course of society as a whole. Your family, one of the most powerful in Persia, will surely not misconstrue logic in this way. The House of Noctus, a most prestigious ruling clan of Persia, will surely not misconstrue their logic in this way. The same can be said for the other houses. Finally, of course mankind is not rational! We let our minds become clouded with all these different emotions that distort our individual realities. That is precisely what this Manifesto was meant to combat! It is urging the populace of Persia to use logic and reason in their decision making, and bring mankind to the ultimate goal of paradise under Mazda. Logic is not dependent on reason, logic is akin to reason! With reason comes logic, and with logic comes reason. ooc: That might be fun but i doubt Jehoshua will allow such a thing to happen. That would be the same as Martin Luther posting his list on the door of the Apostolic palace.