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The good done in the name of religion outweighs the harm done for the same reason.
By which measure does one objectively weigh how much "good" or "bad" an outcome is?
It is impossible to prove this argument objectively. One religion's measure of "good" and "bad" can be entirely independent of another's.
What good was done in the name of religion to outweigh the killing of a person?
would you apply the same logic to the Police. The Police do good, but they have also killed human beings. - So does their overall good not out-weigh the killing of some humans?
they only kill to prevent themself or others and try to only injure if possible
if they kill someone. if they kill for other reasons they'd get punished.
Many people have been killed in the name of secular research or "woman's choice" in abortion. Some religions also focus more on help others- whether they share the same beliefs or not. Many crimes done in the name of a religion completely disregarded the religion's principles- it was done by man
Helping someone is not as good as killing is bad
What does "secular research" have to do with this, other than constructing a red herring?
By the way, most research is secular. I don't think you know the definition properly.
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