Religious zealots like to remind us that The Bible provides us with morality. Without this morality, we would be lost in a sea of sin and decadence.

Many Jews and Christians will also state:

We stand firm upon the bare proposition that God has spoken authoritatively and inerrantly in the pages of the Holy Scripture.

Now, who shall we smite, kill, stone or whip today?

Sweet Jesus (who brought us the concept of eternal punishment of Hell, also brought about the concept that all sins can be forgiven except one (not recognizing the existence of the Holy Spirit of God. This, you can kill, rape, torture and even eat small children all day long. When you pass on, ask Jesus for forgiveness, and Poof, you're on the fast track to Heaven

Killing homosexuals
   - Leviticus 20-13
   - Romans 1:26-32

While the bible tells us that being gay is not natural, then why is a talkng serpent or a talking ass natural?

Killing adulterers
   - Leviticus 20-10
   - Deuteronomy 22:22

Killing disobedient children
   - Deuteronomy 21:20-21

Killing women who are not virgins on their wedding night
   - Deuteronomy 22:13-21

Killing all non-Christians (told by Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God:-)
   - Luke 19:27

Killing anyone who is accused of wickedness by at least two people
   - Deuteronomy 17:2-7

Killing anyone who commits beastiality
   - Exodus 22:19

Killing anyone who works on the Sabbath
   - Exodus 35:2-3
   - Numbers 15:32-36

Killing those who commit blasphemy
   - Leviticus 24:10-16

You can sell your daughters as slaves
   - Exodus 21-7-8

You can beat your children with a rod
   - Proverbs 23:13-14

You can own slaves (from pagan countries)
   - Leviticus 25:44

Incest is very popular in the Bible. Adam and Eve's children did it, Noah's children did it.

Jonah lived inside a whale for three days.
   - Jonah 1:17

There is the talking snake and the Tree of Life.
Whatever happened to the snake after it's cameo appearance?
   - Genesis

True morality is doing what is right without the threat of divine retribution nor the possibility of divine reward.

The best minds will tell you that when a man has begotten a child he is morally bound to tenderly care for it, protect it from hurt, shield it from disease, clothe it, feed it, bear with its waywardness, lay no hand upon it save in kindness and for its own good, and never in any case inflict upon it a wanton cruelty. God's treatment of his earthly children, every day and every night, is the exact opposite of all that, yet those best minds warmly justify these crimes, condone them, excuse them, and indignantly refuse to regard them as crimes at all, when he commits them.

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