Who? Certainly not hundreds of generations of people harmed by religious blood rituals, that's for sure.Least productive-i tend to disagree-follow the history of Abraham and who benefited due to his faith...
O RLY? Did you invent that all on your own?Isaac- nations spread from him.-christianity-the industrial revulotion.
Any fable written about them with ten commands in it ,and i think the seventh commandment the one that prohibit you from using their names in vain?Yeah because everytime I say unicorn I am recognizing its existence. The same with santa, the easter bunny, the tooth fairy and your common sense.
heh - i am sure most of israel will object.oh my goodness, i went on holiday and came back and now see that dodo is still around.
there are no 10 comandments....its an imaginary story created by former governments/people in power....which happened to be the church
Peter: " Lord who shall we thank for the bounty upon this table?"
Now TOADY, if you catch on to my reply to DEBBY2, you will realise saying grace, thanking god is giving credit to every single hand involved in making that food available...*You on the other hand ARE judging people and their choices in a belief system.*
Chill douwdouw..... i actually found LG's version of the 10 commandments very diverting and chose to voice my amusement.... nothing more nothing less....
and being the way I am I actually think thanking the farmers and truck drivers etc isnt a bad idea at all ....
And you? You of course lost the plot completely, thanking god includes those toiling in the fields...Peter: " Lord who shall we thank for the bounty upon this table?"
J3sus: "Why the Lord your God of course."
Peter: "And what of the farmer who toils in the fields to provide for us?"
J3sus: " Hey we paid for this food! F@ck those guys. "