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Do Yu Think It Wrong Or Right, Outside Religious Textual Ideals

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on May 21, 2001 23:27:12 UTC

Simply put, outside of religious dictation, do you think it wrong or right? The way most theists see it, the law is from some other intelligence, but what if no such thing exists? What is it then, simply mankinds way of trying to dictate wrong and right, so, if no such thing exists, and it is all just a creation of our imagination, how would you yourself consider these things. Overall, how many lives have been lost; and so many in inhumane ways, due to religious convictions, rather than what is truely right or wrong as understood basically by human beings?
I am sorry to say, the record speaks for itself!
Religion can be directly shown to be the cause of the majority of human suffering, torture was developed mainly in an effort to achieve religious conformaty, a concensous actually.
The thing with the cat, is there are purpose for it? Do you think it was somehow meaning to give the poor creature pain? Far from it.
If we do not conform to religious doctrine, the system causes pain, simply put, it is a way to gaining conformity. It is against nature, and our place within it. Unnatural as Social security.

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