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Here's a brainteaser for you. (Religitards and Ameritards welcome)

 
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I'm not religious or anything, but I'm guessing it is a day to honor those that have died. I'm sure forgiveness is part of the Christian religion. While killing is bad, no matter the reason, I'm sure according to Christianity, they would ask that you forgive those who have sinned.
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The problem that you run into here is manifold, but let's begin with the simplest part:

Thou shalt not murder. Many christians claim that the bible doesn't say, 'thou shalt not kill' but rather 'thou shalt not murder'.

So perhaps your answer is that simple. If the soldier enters into the war with the INTENT to protect and serve, then it is not murder, but rather defense of others.

That being said, you should be aware of some things. The bible makes it very clear that its god actually appreciates killers.

Do a little research into king david, for example. According to the bible, he was revered, why? Because "Saul has killed his thousands, but DAVID HIS TENS OF THOUSANDS" and this was a CELEBRATORY statement of PRAISE, that made Saul jealous.

Then the bible goes on to say that because of his wholesale slaughter, David was a man after god's heart.

The entire old testament reads almost exclusively of killing, and even more than that, almost exclusively of god's commands to kill, murder, and butcher. The bible god even hates trees and cattle and frequently demanded they be killed/destroyed along with the people.

You may have been taught that the bible god hates death, but reading the thing disproves this teaching almost immediately.

Extensive study of it, including the death of jesus, shows very clearly that death is THE central tenet of christianity.

Indeed, the very point of the bible is that SOMEONE HAD TO DIE BECAUSE GOD WANTS TO KILL EVERYONE.

It's jesus or you... and most christians happily throw jesus under the bus.
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The killing in the Old Testament was of people who had either interbred with Satan and the fallen angels or else worshipped them by sacrificing the lives of their own children.

Physical death doesn't have the same meaning to the immortal, btw.

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The killing in the Old Testament was of people who had either interbred with Satan and the fallen angels or else worshipped them by sacrificing the lives of their own children.

Physical death doesn't have the same meaning to the immortal, btw.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


That's not true at all. It's a standard christian fallback position, but it's not true.

There are multitudes of murders in the OT that have absolutely nothing to do with inbreeding.

Fast, simple examples without me going into reams upon reams upon reams upon reams of verses that show very clearly that they had nothing to do with inbreeding at all...


- kill anyone who works on the sabbath
- kill disobedient children
- kill homosexuals
- kill any girl not a virgin on her wedding day
- kill anyone who prophecies and it doesn't come true
- kill anyone who practices a different religion from yours
- kill witches
- kill anyone who doesn't listen to [and/or obey] priests
- kill fortune tellers
- kill the whole town if ONE member of it worships another god
- kill infidels
- kill anyone who approaches the tabernacle


That's a teensie, weensie, tiny list of those who were murdered routinely, upon instruction from the 'god' of the bible, who had nothing to do with inbreeding.

So please do try again, because that one's all used up and is clear and obvious bunkum.
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I'm afraid it's you who are mistaken.

None of the examples you cite are murder. You fail to understand the concept of law and capital punishment.

Warfare against others in the OT was indeed against the wicked.

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I'm afraid it's you who are mistaken.

None of the examples you cite are murder. You fail to understand the concept of law and capital punishment.

Warfare against others in the OT was indeed against the wicked.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


And here you have it, OP.

Killing is great so long as you can excuse to yourself that a person who works on sabbath is evil and deserves capital punishment.

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I'm afraid it's you who are mistaken.

None of the examples you cite are murder. You fail to understand the concept of law and capital punishment.

Warfare against others in the OT was indeed against the wicked.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


And here you have it, OP.

Killing is great so long as you can excuse to yourself that a person who works on sabbath is evil and deserves capital punishment.

pick
 Quoting: Sandi_T


A person willfully breaking a law in a strict legal system would not necessarily be evil. But, they would be guilty, stupid, and suicidal. People could leave to live somewhere else. Many did.

What you have is Sandi T not liking strict legal codes. However, that only redefines what is capital punishment and what is murder for the ancient Hebrews in her own mind. As if she were God.

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Alright, as we all know yesterday was Memorial day. The day we honor our fallen "heroes" for serving and dying in the military. Now I was thinking about something interesting all day yesterday. The Bible makes it VERY clear that killing goes against the will of God. Killing is a SIN and not to be done. So WHY do we have a day that give praise men and women who go out and kill? Where is the logic? And please don't give me any of the "They fight and die for our freedoms" shit. That doesn't excuse the fact that killing is a sin. Can someone please explain how them killing people somehow doesn't go against the word of GOD?
 Quoting: Tex Dingo


Because you apparently care little about the facts, you do not know that the word in The Bible you are attempting to quote as "kill" actually is not there. The word used which signifies the willful death of another person is actually the word for "murder." Understand?

Murder is wrong. But, killing within a war is okay if the war is being undertaken for correct reasons. Do you understand, now? ... Little Guy Tard ... ?
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Murder is the sin, lying in wait or planning on killing someone for reasons other than self defense.
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Alright, as we all know yesterday was Memorial day. The day we honor our fallen "heroes" for serving and dying in the military. Now I was thinking about something interesting all day yesterday. The Bible makes it VERY clear that killing goes against the will of God. Killing is a SIN and not to be done. So WHY do we have a day that give praise men and women who go out and kill? Where is the logic? And please don't give me any of the "They fight and die for our freedoms" shit. That doesn't excuse the fact that killing is a sin. Can someone please explain how them killing people somehow doesn't go against the word of GOD?
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It doesnt go against the word of God, when God is the one telling them to kill the enemy. No I dont condem the Soldiers. If what any soldier has done is or was against the will of God, then he will deal with each person individualy. I support our troops 100% I dont and have never supported our government 100% all of the time, even though I am a vet. We support our government on the issues that help people.
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What enemy? The only enemies are our politicians who send our troops to fight battles that have nothing to do with us.
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Alright, as we all know yesterday was Memorial day. The day we honor our fallen "heroes" for serving and dying in the military. Now I was thinking about something interesting all day yesterday. The Bible makes it VERY clear that killing goes against the will of God. Killing is a SIN and not to be done. So WHY do we have a day that give praise men and women who go out and kill? Where is the logic? And please don't give me any of the "They fight and die for our freedoms" shit. That doesn't excuse the fact that killing is a sin. Can someone please explain how them killing people somehow doesn't go against the word of GOD?
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Why does "God" kill and command killings?
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Alright, as we all know yesterday was Memorial day. The day we honor our fallen "heroes" for serving and dying in the military. Now I was thinking about something interesting all day yesterday. The Bible makes it VERY clear that killing goes against the will of God. Killing is a SIN and not to be done. So WHY do we have a day that give praise men and women who go out and kill? Where is the logic? And please don't give me any of the "They fight and die for our freedoms" shit. That doesn't excuse the fact that killing is a sin. Can someone please explain how them killing people somehow doesn't go against the word of GOD?
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"Thou shalt not Kill" actually translates to "Thou shalt not commit murder".

Murder is slaying another person in cold blood.

This is just a comprehension failure on your part.

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I'm afraid it's you who are mistaken.

None of the examples you cite are murder. You fail to understand the concept of law and capital punishment.

Warfare against others in the OT was indeed against the wicked.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


And here you have it, OP.

Killing is great so long as you can excuse to yourself that a person who works on sabbath is evil and deserves capital punishment.

pick
 Quoting: Sandi_T


A person willfully breaking a law in a strict legal system would not necessarily be evil. But, they would be guilty, stupid, and suicidal. People could leave to live somewhere else. Many did.

What you have is Sandi T not liking strict legal codes. However, that only redefines what is capital punishment and what is murder for the ancient Hebrews in her own mind. As if she were God.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


Again, you are simply making excuses. It was okay for them to kill, because it was just their legal code. Pretty simple for you. Justifiable homicide means any killing done within a socially accepted code of 'law'.

Therefore, our friend here can justify any sort of evil deed, be it murder or torture, provided that is done within the limits of 'the law'.

The constant killing, not limited to their evil 'code of law', was supported (according to this book) by god.

When they went into someone else's land and wanted it, they simply stole it. The bible clearly states that it was a peaceful people, but that help was too far away. The israelites wanted the land, and 'god' said, "go ahead and kill them and take it." So they did.

They knowingly killed peaceful people who meant no one any harm, simply out of avarice, and the bible 'god' condoned it.

However, their 'code of law' said that any killing they could claim was sanctioned by their god was legal and was not murder.

So, as this poster, and the bible displays... there is nothing wrong with murder or even torture, provided it is within the 'code of law', or you can claim that they are 'satan spawn', or you can claim that 'god gave me this land'.

Therefor, what our soldiers are doing is not murder, and is legal, and is justified. For the law of the land in which they live states that it is legal. This poster makes it very clear that, for christians, THAT IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED... for the law of your land to declare the killing 'code of law' and it becomes justifiable.

Now, if you find that not morally objectionable, then continue on.

If, however, you see the clear immorality of such a claim, then perhaps it's time for you to re-examine much more than whether or not supporting warring troops is moral...
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The killing in the Old Testament was of people who had either interbred with Satan and the fallen angels or else worshipped them by sacrificing the lives of their own children.

Physical death doesn't have the same meaning to the immortal, btw.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


That's not true at all. It's a standard christian fallback position, but it's not true.

There are multitudes of murders in the OT that have absolutely nothing to do with inbreeding.

Fast, simple examples without me going into reams upon reams upon reams upon reams of verses that show very clearly that they had nothing to do with inbreeding at all...


- kill anyone who works on the sabbath
- kill disobedient children
- kill homosexuals
- kill any girl not a virgin on her wedding day
- kill anyone who prophecies and it doesn't come true
- kill anyone who practices a different religion from yours
- kill witches
- kill anyone who doesn't listen to [and/or obey] priests
- kill fortune tellers
- kill the whole town if ONE member of it worships another god
- kill infidels
- kill anyone who approaches the tabernacle


That's a teensie, weensie, tiny list of those who were murdered routinely, upon instruction from the 'god' of the bible, who had nothing to do with inbreeding.

So please do try again, because that one's all used up and is clear and obvious bunkum.
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You are not a Christian and cannot preach about the Bible due to you have no interest in the truth of the matter.

The Bible says no such thing. Those laws were given for a short time to Israel. God did not kill Adam and Eve for sin, neither Cain for MURDER. Sin does not draw a death punishment.

Today Christians neither jewish people kill for sin.

So you are wrong.
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The killing in the Old Testament was of people who had either interbred with Satan and the fallen angels or else worshipped them by sacrificing the lives of their own children.

Physical death doesn't have the same meaning to the immortal, btw.
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This interbred teaching is false, too.
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OP was answered on pg 1 the dif between killing and murder.
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I'm afraid it's you who are mistaken.

None of the examples you cite are murder. You fail to understand the concept of law and capital punishment.

Warfare against others in the OT was indeed against the wicked.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


And here you have it, OP.

Killing is great so long as you can excuse to yourself that a person who works on sabbath is evil and deserves capital punishment.

pick
 Quoting: Sandi_T


A person willfully breaking a law in a strict legal system would not necessarily be evil. But, they would be guilty, stupid, and suicidal. People could leave to live somewhere else. Many did.

What you have is Sandi T not liking strict legal codes. However, that only redefines what is capital punishment and what is murder for the ancient Hebrews in her own mind. As if she were God.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


Again, you are simply making excuses. It was okay for them to kill, because it was just their legal code. Pretty simple for you. Justifiable homicide means any killing done within a socially accepted code of 'law'.

Therefore, our friend here can justify any sort of evil deed, be it murder or torture, provided that is done within the limits of 'the law'.

The constant killing, not limited to their evil 'code of law', was supported (according to this book) by god.

When they went into someone else's land and wanted it, they simply stole it. The bible clearly states that it was a peaceful people, but that help was too far away. The israelites wanted the land, and 'god' said, "go ahead and kill them and take it." So they did.

They knowingly killed peaceful people who meant no one any harm, simply out of avarice, and the bible 'god' condoned it.

However, their 'code of law' said that any killing they could claim was sanctioned by their god was legal and was not murder.

So, as this poster, and the bible displays... there is nothing wrong with murder or even torture, provided it is within the 'code of law', or you can claim that they are 'satan spawn', or you can claim that 'god gave me this land'.

Therefor, what our soldiers are doing is not murder, and is legal, and is justified. For the law of the land in which they live states that it is legal. This poster makes it very clear that, for christians, THAT IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED... for the law of your land to declare the killing 'code of law' and it becomes justifiable.

Now, if you find that not morally objectionable, then continue on.

If, however, you see the clear immorality of such a claim, then perhaps it's time for you to re-examine much more than whether or not supporting warring troops is moral...
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Some day, so beautiful a flower,
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Remembering smoke and flowerless slum,
And ask-glimpsing the agony
Of the slaves who wrestle to be free-
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also of note God orders the killing of people on numerous occasions in the bible so he can't be that much against it right?

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I'm not a practicing christian, So I may not have been the best to answer this for you but hope that helps.
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I am also not a practicing christian, I just like to figure out the logic in these things.
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I think the logic is that God is against premeditated murder something done with malice in your heart, not a killing because you have to do it.
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I like how thats worded. "Not a killing because you have to do it". A soldier doesn't have to be a soldier. He chooses too.
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If at some point the draft was utilized again, then you would pretty much have to.
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The killing in the Old Testament was of people who had either interbred with Satan and the fallen angels or else worshipped them by sacrificing the lives of their own children.

Physical death doesn't have the same meaning to the immortal, btw.
 Quoting: dei sapientiam in mysterio


That's not true at all. It's a standard christian fallback position, but it's not true.

There are multitudes of murders in the OT that have absolutely nothing to do with inbreeding.

Fast, simple examples without me going into reams upon reams upon reams upon reams of verses that show very clearly that they had nothing to do with inbreeding at all...


- kill anyone who works on the sabbath
- kill disobedient children
- kill homosexuals
- kill any girl not a virgin on her wedding day
- kill anyone who prophecies and it doesn't come true
- kill anyone who practices a different religion from yours
- kill witches
- kill anyone who doesn't listen to [and/or obey] priests
- kill fortune tellers
- kill the whole town if ONE member of it worships another god
- kill infidels
- kill anyone who approaches the tabernacle


That's a teensie, weensie, tiny list of those who were murdered routinely, upon instruction from the 'god' of the bible, who had nothing to do with inbreeding.

So please do try again, because that one's all used up and is clear and obvious bunkum.
 Quoting: Sandi_T


You are not a Christian and cannot preach about the Bible due to you have no interest in the truth of the matter.

The Bible says no such thing. Those laws were given for a short time to Israel. God did not kill Adam and Eve for sin, neither Cain for MURDER. Sin does not draw a death punishment.

Today Christians neither jewish people kill for sin.

So you are wrong.
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I was christian for long enough to know the justifications and excuses you make, like the ones that you just did. You lie and don't even realize it.

According to the bible, the wages of sin is death.

But of course, we should take your word over that of the bible....

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Alright, as we all know yesterday was Memorial day. The day we honor our fallen "heroes" for serving and dying in the military. Now I was thinking about something interesting all day yesterday. The Bible makes it VERY clear that killing goes against the will of God. Killing is a SIN and not to be done. So WHY do we have a day that give praise men and women who go out and kill? Where is the logic? And please don't give me any of the "They fight and die for our freedoms" shit. That doesn't excuse the fact that killing is a sin. Can someone please explain how them killing people somehow doesn't go against the word of GOD?
 Quoting: Tex Dingo


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15 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.
(Rev 13)


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God made the tower of babel and separated the people. Countries were to never invade. The defenders are in the right. The invaders, not so. Based on Gods plan of dividing us into different sections.

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According to the bible, the wages of sin is death.

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That is the second death in the fire. Christians live forever while the lost experience the second death.

Earth and all sin are destroyed in the end before God creates a new earth for his people to life forever.

20:14 And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. 15 And whoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire. 1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea.
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It doesnt go against the word of God, when God is the one telling them to kill the enemy. No I dont condem the Soldiers. If what any soldier has done is or was against the will of God, then he will deal with each person individualy. I support our troops 100% I dont and have never supported our government 100% all of the time, even though I am a vet. We support our government on the issues that help people.
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1.) god NEVER told anybody anything.

2.) no government EVER helped anybody without hurting somebody else.

3.) ALL governments are evil and should NEVER be supported by anybody; see #2.

4.) the best government is no government.
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According to the bible, the wages of sin is death.

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That is the second death in the fire. Christians live forever while the lost experience the second death.

Earth and all sin are destroyed in the end before God creates a new earth for his people to life forever.

20:14 And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. 15 And whoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire. 1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea.
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Ah, okay. So when 'god' said that if they ate of the fruit, they would die that very day, he didn't actually like, mean... DIE. He just meant they'd... uh... fall over. Yeah.

Funny how it doesn't SAY that the wages of sin is the SECOND death, only DEATH, but you magically know that it doesn't MEAN death... it actually means the extra special mythical second death.

And god was lying with the whole, 'you will die this very day' business (which hey, the bible bears out because they didn't die that day).

So god's a liar, but we should believe christians because they know TRUTH because they believe the word of the lying god...

Hmmm. Very difficult to follow this logic.
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2 Peter 3:8
But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.


Genesis 5:5
And all the days that Adam lived were nine hundred and thirty years: and he died.



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2 Peter 3:8
But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.


Genesis 5:5
And all the days that Adam lived were nine hundred and thirty years: and he died.



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Doesn't matter, they didn't die, according to the person that I quoted. Only the second death counts, and it has been... uh, 6 days...

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Only the second death counts, and it has been... uh, 6 days...


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Thank goodness... (not much longer)

Genesis 2:2
And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day




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Only the second death counts, and it has been... uh, 6 days...


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Thank goodness... (not much longer)

Genesis 2:2
And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day




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Except that god lied. He said they'd die on the day they ate it, but they didn't die, they just went to the grave.

So god's a liar.

Because the wages of sin isn't death, it's the second death, and they didn't die because they haven't died the second death, only gone to their grave.
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Only the second death counts, and it has been... uh, 6 days...


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Thank goodness... (not much longer)

Genesis 2:2
And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day




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... they didn't die, they just went to the grave.


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Either way, it doesn't sound like much fun...





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Just want to say there's less of a reason of living for a "non-religitard" then a "religitard."

By matter of fact it's true...you take out the possibility of religion and that's one less reason for said person to live and they become that much more worthless.

Let's think of a few more...
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