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GUEST,grose BS: Monsey's (non) Kosher Chicken Crisis (319* d) RE: BS: Monsey's (non) Kosher Chicken Crisis 20 Sep 06


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its just as confusing as we make it. science can be just as confusing. why would you think it was written by human beings? that is again a mistaken view. (or shall we go back to the 50-50 chances). there are proofs that no human being could have written it. as for wars starting because of religion, that is one of the most widely quoted lies. c'mon attila the hun was into religion? hitler? chinese domination of other lands is based on religion? japan was religious when they bombed pearl harbor? power is usually the motivating forces, thought there have been too, too many wars started because of religion too. however, to blame world strife on religion alone is to ignore the fact that folks, unhappy with their own small backyard, are apt to find ANY reason to go blasting someone else's home apart. 'tis not religion. and many times, what seems to be religion is really other reasons, such as the Crusades, where those recruited to fight were promised financial incentives to go to war - most of that war was economic in nature, giving the peasants and serfs a way out of their class system


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