cheery_j. wrote:simmonds91 wrote: on another note id like to say I think being a nazi is fine, as long as they don't kill other people or lash out, everyones entitled to an opinion
That was a joke, wasn't it?
simmonds91 wrote:haha, yeah, god forbid people have true freedom, to have their own opinions, likes/hates due to whatever circumstance. Anyone who thinks certain things whether they do something or not are evil right? (the pope did something like pray to the dead jews? I don't think any christian can bad mouth the guy when the very religion is based on repentance) But hey, nazi thinking doesn't have a good rep so I understand, personally (PERSONALLY) I don't think it matters either way what the guy is.
simmonds91 wrote:Religion does not cause war, ignorant people that want power cause war and use religion as an excuse, the crusades for example were mainly a quest for more land and political stuff. And i agree that the pope and co. don't need those grand temples, especially when god is omnipresent and those ceremonies needn't be held in such a place.
The Bible wrote:If you hear it said about one of the towns that the Lord your God is giving you to live in, that scoundrels from among you have gone out and led the inhabitants of the town astray, saying, "Let us go and worship other gods," whom you have not known, then you shall inquire and make a thorough investigation. If the charge is established that such an abhorrent thing has been done among you, you shall put the inhabitants of that town to the sword, utterly destroying it and everything in it—even putting its livestock to the sword. All of its spoil you shall gather into its public square; then burn the town and all its spoil with fire, as a whole burnt offering to the Lord your God. It shall remain a perpetual ruin, never to be rebuilt. (Deuteronomy 13)
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