Religion and Ethics

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    It's good to see there ARE some decent people out there.
     
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    I'm impressed with the kindness the customers showed to the lone worker, but I don't see what it has to do with religion or ethics. Neither of those things are required for doing something to help another.
     
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    They are not required, but in 99% of the cases of charitable giving to help those in need, Christianity is involved.
     
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    And 99% of Christians I know are good, charitable people. So there's THAT.
     
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    What makes you believe either of the two people that helped the worker were Christian?
     
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    Odds are good they PROBABLY were. Now go away, HEATHEN.
     
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    What makes you think that? Is religion required to help someone who is in a bind?
     
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    It sure can HELP. Now go away, I'm getting tired of your usual idiocy.
     
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    It can also hinder. Do you think they would have helped out, and would you have been so proud of them if the lone worker had been Muslim?
     

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