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Old 07-25-2010, 10:23 AM   #42
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Of course, feeling that something is morally wrong might not stop someone doing it anyway.

An old quote here: "In a world without religion, good people will do good things and bad people will do bad things. It takes religion to make good people do bad things."

Sometimes, of course, religion might be responsible for bad people doing good things, too.

All in all, I think religion has little, if anything, to do with common decency.

Neil
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