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Why is it that so many wars through-out history have been started over a religio

  1. IamMaster profile image59
    IamMasterposted 7 years ago

    Why is it that so many wars through-out history have been started over a religious contention?

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    AMBASSADOR BUTLERposted 7 years ago

    Human beings are not being love peace free with one another which is the common denominator of all human beings living on the earth. You are love you are peace you are free now be love now be peace now be free. Just be it and wars will automatically cease to be once and for all.

  3. ptosis profile image80
    ptosisposted 7 years ago

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    War profiteers use religion as a expediant political tool.

    From
    http://www.the-orb.net/textbooks/crusade/albig.html

    "The Albigensian Crusade in southern France had the characteristics of a civil war, persecution, and invasion. Even though the Albigensian Crusade had little to do with the crusades to the Holy Land, it had an important impact on the theory of crusading and the role of the Church in calling and directing crusades."

    From
    http://genealogy.about.com/.../geneticg … urture.htm

    "We do not yet know how much of what we are is determined by our DNA and how much by our life experience. ... This is known as the "nature" theory of human behavior. ... The search for "behavioral" genes is the source of constant debate."

    From  December 23rd issue of Nature:

    'Impulsivity, or action without foresight, is a factor in many pathological behaviours including suicide, aggression, and addiction,' says David Goldman chief of the Laboratory of Neurogenetics at the NIH's National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).

    'But it is also a trait that can be of value if a quick decision must be made or in situations where risk-taking is favoured.'

    The hallmark of the violent crimes committed by individuals in the study sample was that they were spontaneous and purposeless.

    From:
    http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199 … ature.html

    "One way in which human beings differ markedly from their closest evolutionary relatives, the chimp and the bonobo, is in habitually forming long-term pair bonds. These are so intrinsic to human nature that they form even in libertarian communes that expressly try to outlaw them."

  4. PMS9 profile image74
    PMS9posted 7 years ago

    some religions tried to explore their religions forcefully all over the world, which is not accepted by other religions.

 
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