"Stof, Pih" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > Cheap may have been made in India real cheap. Remember
> > this is a stranger would in which we live in. And religion is the root
> > of evil. Be it Jew,Christian, or any other.
> Substitute 'strange world' for 'stranger would' and I think I may be able
> see your point forming.
> My bike is my religion. Is that evil?
Nope! On various excursions, I've been known to sleep with mine right next
to me in the tent!
(Pete Cresswell) wrote:
>>And religion is the root
>>of evil. Be it
> My impression is that most mainstream religions are pretty benign: honor your
> spouse, treat your neighbor like you'd like tb treated, take care of the
> less-fortunate, don't steal...and so-forth.
> What I see as the root of a *lot* of evil is the use of religion by politicians
> masquerading as religious leaders.
Religion persuaded a few too many Americans to vote for W.
Lynn Wallace http://www.xmission.com/~lawall
"We should not march into Baghdad. ... Assigning young soldiers to
a fruitless hunt for a securely entrenched dictator and condemning
them to fight in what would be an unwinnable urban guerilla war, it
could only plunge that part of the world into ever greater
instability." George Bush Sr. in his 1998 book "A World Transformed"