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Posted by Jack McGee on June 21, 2001 03:59:37 UTC

...Best chance of being CONSISTANT... ( perfect )

Haha. Right, well as long as religion remains a
belief and not a logical science, it'll always be
subjective. Save the Ten Commandements. Of course,
" Thou Shalt not Kill " also means " Thou shalt not kill thy neighbor in a moral fashion wear one
would ostrasize the other's integrity. So religion, at least Christianity for the most part,
is one big ball of subjective clatter derived from thousands of years of wisdom. Every religion
has it's AMBIGUITIES, which makes them subject to
change. Like Science, religion isn't written in
STONE. Ex. * Infallablilty of the pope my Language Removed ;-)
* Check out the mid-16oo's
* Check out " Children's Crusade "
Remember those? Yea..sometimes I depise my
religion's past. Things improve and get worse
in vicious little cycles. I'm waiting for the
next one. Unless......we're already in IT!

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