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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards

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Vexen Crabtree 2015

Legislation and Faith: Religious Rights and Religious Wrongs

"Legislation and Faith: Religious Rights and Religious Wrongs" by Vexen Crabtree (2004)

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The fact that you even suggested a "one-world religion" is prophetic (Biblically, that is). You see, that's part of the end-times tribulation portion of the Bible. My, the Bible is ALL TRUTH, isn't it??? :>:> You just continually prove the Bible is true! Thanks for doing such a great job of proving the Bible as God's Eternal True Word. Keep up the good work! :>

If it is indeed a sign of the end times, I believe that a 'one-world' religion is a bad thing? Why?
Surely it's less discriminatory towards Christians than the early Jewish/Roman persecution of said faith? It hasn't exactly gotten progressively worse, as you'd expect.

Kudos to the article.
However, a thought:
Who decides what the morals for society should be? If the people enforcing or debating the law have beliefs (mainstream or no) then this will inevitably affect the final decision. In the end, it all boils down to what beliefs are fashionable at the time, and minorities will be discriminated against.
Nice conclusion. Is it practically possible?


Contradictory and ill argued points. There is a general lack of understanding on the basis of religious and moral beliefs. Society developed from the moral and religious codes passed down through generations. Just because we added a few more of our own does not make us perfect law makers. The mess so called democratic society is in demonstrates how ineffective it really is!

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