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Let's try an example that isn't "sadistic".
Thu Nov 2, 2017 8:46am
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A father's son is very ill.

The father has two options -- take his son to see a Doctor, or depend on the power of prayer.

The father decides that taking his son to a Doctor might be an indication to his god that he lacks faith, so he decides to go with prayer.

His son dies of an affliction that a Doctor would have easily treated.

Good people will do the right thing

Bad people will do the wrong thing.

But for good people to do the wrong thing -- that takes religion.

Did that father gravitate toward Christianity because he wanted to be able to justify killing his son?

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