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Question #46

Most religions have some type of creation myth in which the deity creates people and the world they live on, and is pleased with the outcome. (Christians and Jews believe people are made in god's image, etc.) Most people also believe that they themselves are fairly nice, or are at least they try to be. So if our gods are nice, and we are nice, and our gods created us, then:


Why are people so likely to believe that other people are literally evil?

Just askin'

Comments

  1. Because there is no god?
    ...maybe?

    GOD IF YOU ARE REAL I AM KIDDING!

    if not, then the joke's on me

    ReplyDelete
  2. What if it is a funny joke, though that you can join in on?

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