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12-28-2007 9:52 PM
In another thread, IamJoseph made this statement:
|The OT remains the only document containing all accepted moral.ethical laws. None come from the enlightenment: feel free to name one, or any law accepted by the world, and not contained in the OT: just ONE will do. |
Since a real reply to this bold statement would be off-topic in that thread, I'd like to propose a thread where the numerous examples of widely accepted moral laws not supported by or even opposed by the Old Testament can be brought to IAJ's attention.
I think this would be a useful exercise for those who believe the Bible, particularly the Old testament, is an actual moral guide.
My own examples will follow, should the topic be promoted.
Faith and Belief, perhaps?