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New Yorkers Against Religion-Based Bigotry Message Board › Featured old threads

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Diane
DianeVera
Group Organizer
New York, NY
Post #: 190
steve
user 9427258
Austin, TX
Post #: 1
I am glad to of found a place such as this. I recently wrote a book placing "all" religions on trial before the court of humanity as to their ethics and motives.
A central question is the trial "is religion about a God belief or about itself." another question is this trial "Has religion used words of a discriminating nature to divid and grow membership."
Laws of civil conduct are laws learned from the experience of actions such laws are in constant evolution a learning process.
The book is titled Trial of beliefs can be found in barnes and nobles from eloquent books.com
Would love a review from your group, you may find it fits in well in relationship to religious based bigotry.
if you would like to read the press release heres a link
http://www.eloquentbo...­

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