Thursday, 12 January 2012




Tony said...


MH said...

This was good - tho' I'm not so sure about the "religion causes war" bit. I think that's a general stereotype many have, while I think the truth is that our desires cause wars, and religion, unfortunately, rarely stops it. But, just looking at the US's wars I find only one war possibly caused by religion - the Iraq war. The others? Revolutionary, 1812, Spanish-American, Civil, Indian wars, Mexican, WW's 1 & 2, Korean, Vietnam, Gulf - none were caused by religion. Granted, that's only a portion of the world's wars, but worth considering. Otherwise, I thought it was nicely done.

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