Gods R Delusions<quoted text>
I love how you defend the immoral concept of collective guilt and punishment.
No Court of Law in the Western World holds the children guilty for the sins of a father.
But you defend it. Your religion is immoral at its core, by today's standards at least.
And no doubt you would view it as unfair if you were put in jail, because it was discovered that your father had committed a crime before you were even born.
You would rightly say that would be unjust and immoral.
Yes! Except when it comes to judging others by your religious "principles."
I never said the sins of the father go to the sons.....
So if your father who is now deceased in a gun fight yesterday from a bank robbery, had given you the money, you believe by rights you inherited the money, and you are not obliged to give that money back....Hmmmm.
And if you lived in Germany as a Nazi, you should not pay for any war crimes from WWII, because you only followed orders....Hmmmm.
We live in a time, not unlike other times, when money and power corrupt justice as lawlessness breeds its own....
(By the way, courts in the Western world are as corrupt(ed) as any in any other part of the world.)