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Which Religion Are You Referring To?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 29, 2002 14:57:20 UTC

When you said the following:

** no other religion deals with the fact that bad things happen to good people and that there is a need for either side of a question to have a possible claim righteousness and a chance to have their claim considered fairly on in a controversy... **


My view is that almost every religion deals with this issue. It is a major theme in judiasm because they have suffered so much since Constantine. It is a major theme in Hinduism. The Bhagvat Gita deals explicitly about the need for human beings to sometimes do bad things. Both sides have righteousness in that scripture.

So I am wondering which religion you are refering to and why you think that religion alone deals with the subject.

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