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Right, someone will put you in a cage but you agree that is not evidence of anything but mans willingness to put you in a cage for not believing in fictitious government.
If, for example, I was imprisoned for not paying my taxes - it would not be for my beliefs (or lack thereof), it would be for failure to pay my taxes, aka, tax evasion.
The gov't wants its money. Our laws are much more concerned with how we act than how we think or believe.
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But if Christians put you in a cage for not believing in or living by the teachings of the bible, that doesn't make in any more legitimate to you? or does it?
But I'm not sure what your point is.
If you can remember, feel free to reiterate.