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Best Answer Neil Sperling says
Quite interesting answer, I can SEE your point!
Interesting and analytical synopsis of the human condition. Love this answer!
Billie Kelpin says
If women ruled they'd come to sensible agreements probably instead of murdering people. Testosterone drives us men crazy, and it's even worse when it's directed into religious fervor.
I've been wondering lately with dads AND moms working so damn hard all the time, who's taking care of them? I'm on a quest to mother the hell out of the world until we find our sense of well-being again. Chicken soup and video games for all :)
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Lee Tea says
I certainly hope so. Better than the trance in front of a war video game or TV or pornography or alcohol or drugs or addiction to social networking or smoking or being a workaholic or bully.
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Gareth Pritchard says
You could equally say that religious morality is based on the morals we derived in order to live together in groups/tribes. After all, civilization must predate organized religion, and civilization requires some form of morality in order to exist.
Yes I could have, as well as said all law is to protect the haves against the have not's or that ownership is the root cause of laws but that has nothing to do with religion, religion influences your life like it or not as soon as your born.
I think you need to kind of get up to date. The law of this country on how you can prove some thing is found in the US Federal Rules of Evidence. If you can read through that and tell me it is based on religion with a straight face. I'l be impressed
Yes Eric, I will and even the langue that is used was originally formulated by guess who? Henry the 8th for the creation of the Church of England which lead to the British Empire because they all sung from the same hymn sheet..
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Eric Dierker says
If you think that religion has no influence on those who don't believe then you are sadly mistaken, the bases of all law is based in religion. People have to obey the law so how influential is that?
And your counter parts will argue that this is wrong because the separation of church and state??
Then if that is true why do people still swear on the Holy Bible in a court of law if religion has nothing to do with it? Yes they can promise the truth in other ways but the main one is the Bible. The state can't be separated as it's based on it.
I agree with you. But, there are those who will disagree with you until the end my friend.
On the contrary, JT. Christianity, Islam, especially, has a powerful influence on those who don't believe. It is precisely the behavior in recent years by groups in those two religions especially that has driven so many away!
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