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Re: Re: Re: On A Large Scale, No.

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Posted by Alexander on February 6, 2001 14:52:25 UTC

Is not it good for Allah to kill a faithless (atheist, agnostic) or a proponent of different faith?

Or how about communism - how many people have been killed by this religion for the "brighter tomorrow"?

But what do we discuss here: God and Science, or moral values of religion?

Nobody argues that because we do not have moral education in schools (by the way, in some contries they do), rather than only "post-graduate" correctional institutions, then the 10 commandments fill the vacuum.

My personal opinion is that because all animals are immoral (evolution selects the immoral one only: eat or be eaten), and we are animals too, we are not exeption either.

But I think because we are not specialists in moral behaviour/biochemistry, we then are not competent to discuss this issue. So let it to the experts, (or to more proper forums at least).

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