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Is there a god that one should be willing to die and kill for?


It would seem that the history of Judaism, Christianity and Islam is steeped in the savagery of brutal force in the conversion and subjugated obedience of minds. That such behavior continues today, at what point in human evolution do we put away the fight to appease the gods, as something less than what we are capable of? Is the future of Man doomed to the appeasement of gods or do we begin to learn to live and not die for humanity?

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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    Krillco

    OK then. I think that you are on to something here. Friedrich Nietzsche thought that, that might be the case.

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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    Ben--Glad to hear that you would not kill, but so many have believing that they were doing the will of their god. From 400 CE to the 1980's in Ireland Christians have been killing non-believers and other Christians. Why?.


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    cjhunsinger 2 years ago

    The RST--Do you have a solution to the problem you stated?


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    Link10103 2 years ago

    So instead of answering the question, you briefly ignore the savage history of your own religion to then pretty much condemn Muslims for their current savagery.

    Can't say this surprises me very much.


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