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    Where does this sort of "Chistianity" come from???????

    While there seems some practical and common sense and secular reasons to believe in what some human beings wrote about the existence of someone who taught good lessons for humans to live side by side in peace and harmony by (observant people, religious or not, recognize universal values, based on observation of cause and effect and study of the history of humankind), there seems another, almost masochistic and sadistic segment of the human population that seems to think their religions are about forcing other human beings, in cruel ways and lacking any ethic of reciprocity.


    "Oklahoma lawmaker defends pregnancy from rape and incest as ‘beauty from ashes’"

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.82107e7bf75e

    It makes you wonder if people that appear to twist things in these sorts of ways, are trying to defend or justify their own behavior.

    "America Has an Incest Problem"
    https://www.theatlantic.com/national...roblem/272459/

    Women made pregnant by their Uncle Drool Bob aren't going to report their reason for wanting an abortion as "raped by father (brother or uncle)" and why should they suffer carrying the product of a crime within them for 9 months?

    There is another reason some do not like women being able to choose to be pregnant or not.

    "The problem is that adoption is a business, a big business. There is lots of money to be had by those who make their living from the transferring of parental rights from one party to another. If adoption was truly a societal need, then there wouldn’t be such profits to be had."
    http://www.adoptionbirthmothers.com/...tion-industry/
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnotaFrayed View Post
    While there seems some practical and common sense and secular reasons to believe in what some human beings wrote about the existence of someone who taught good lessons for humans to live side by side in peace and harmony by (observant people, religious or not, recognize universal values, based on observation of cause and effect and study of the history of humankind), there seems another, almost masochistic and sadistic segment of the human population that seems to think their religions are about forcing other human beings, in cruel ways and lacking any ethic of reciprocity.


    "Oklahoma lawmaker defends pregnancy from rape and incest as ‘beauty from ashes’"

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.82107e7bf75e

    It makes you wonder if people that appear to twist things in these sorts of ways, are trying to defend or justify their own behavior.

    "America Has an Incest Problem"
    https://www.theatlantic.com/national...roblem/272459/

    Women made pregnant by their Uncle Drool Bob aren't going to report their reason for wanting an abortion as "raped by father (brother or uncle)" and why should they suffer carrying the product of a crime within them for 9 months?

    There is another reason some do not like women being able to choose to be pregnant or not.

    "The problem is that adoption is a business, a big business. There is lots of money to be had by those who make their living from the transferring of parental rights from one party to another. If adoption was truly a societal need, then there wouldn’t be such profits to be had."
    The Truth About the Adoption Industry | Adoption & Birth Mothers*
    It's only about dough for a few. Granted, they are particularly depraved, but still.

    For the rest, it's about hating women. Especially sexually active women. (Notice how men are NEVER described as such?)

    Especially the APEX of evil, sexually active POOR women, who they suspect, ORGASM.

    That's the She-devil they really want to vanquish. Dead from a backroom abortion, hopefully, but if not, at least spat upon by all society.

    That's "Christianity".

    Appealing, ain't it?
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    Quite clearly, religion, especially Xianity, is a mental disorder. Those people are nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knight View Post
    Quite clearly, religion, especially Xianity, is a mental disorder. Those people are nuts.
    Not every single spiritual person is anti-human.

    Not even every religion.

    But it's quite popular. The dude in the Op would be right at home with ISIS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnotaFrayed View Post
    While there seems some practical and common sense and secular reasons to believe in what some human beings wrote about the existence of someone who taught good lessons for humans to live side by side in peace and harmony by (observant people, religious or not, recognize universal values, based on observation of cause and effect and study of the history of humankind), there seems another, almost masochistic and sadistic segment of the human population that seems to think their religions are about forcing other human beings, in cruel ways and lacking any ethic of reciprocity.


    "Oklahoma lawmaker defends pregnancy from rape and incest as ‘beauty from ashes’"

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.82107e7bf75e

    It makes you wonder if people that appear to twist things in these sorts of ways, are trying to defend or justify their own behavior.

    "America Has an Incest Problem"
    https://www.theatlantic.com/national...roblem/272459/

    Women made pregnant by their Uncle Drool Bob aren't going to report their reason for wanting an abortion as "raped by father (brother or uncle)" and why should they suffer carrying the product of a crime within them for 9 months?

    There is another reason some do not like women being able to choose to be pregnant or not.

    "The problem is that adoption is a business, a big business. There is lots of money to be had by those who make their living from the transferring of parental rights from one party to another. If adoption was truly a societal need, then there wouldn’t be such profits to be had."
    The Truth About the Adoption Industry | Adoption & Birth Mothers*
    He supports not punishing Childern for the crimes of one of their parents. Sounds pretty Christian to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    He supports not punishing Childern for the crimes of one of their parents.
    He supports punishing one parent for the crimes of the other parent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    He supports not punishing Childern for the crimes of one of their parents. Sounds pretty Christian to me.
    Incest may not be a big deal where you're from, but where I'm from it's pretty awful. No child should be forced to have a his grandfather and father be the same person. I suppose if the mother wants to raise such a child, that's up to her, but certainly a rapist father/grandfather should have zero input into whether such a child is carried to term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight View Post
    Quite clearly, religion, especially Xianity, is a mental disorder. Those people are nuts.
    Given that I think way more people have religious beliefs than not, it could be the people who are rational adn don't throw out their logic and reasoning that are the ones with a disorder.

    Although that appears to be changing. I'm pretty sure it is a disposition, ingrained in genetics, that allows people to throw away all logic and reasoning to have "faith" that religion is true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeline View Post
    Not every single spiritual person is anti-human.

    Not even every religion.

    But it's quite popular. The dude in the Op would be right at home with ISIS.
    Permit me to applaud you for referencing "spiritual" people as opposed to "religious" people. I consider myself to be a spiritual person, but most assuredly not a religious person. Its my perception, that religious implies some sort of affiliation or attachment to some religion, an entity that is typically organized. No doubt, organized religion has been, and most likely will continue to be one of the most destructive factors in world history. I am not a member of and have no intention to join any organized religion or church. My beliefs are personal and I do not require the instruction of others regarding them, nor do I have the right to force my perceptions and beliefs on others, especially using the government as a vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    He supports not punishing Childern for the crimes of one of their parents. Sounds pretty Christian to me.
    I can take 5 minutes to check, but I bet you have said "I only approve of abortion to save the life of the mother, or for pregnancies caused by rape or incest" for the last 40 years.

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