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  1. spnadmin

    Humanism Religion, Secular Morality And Slavery

    Did Secular Morality Shame Religion Into Condemning Slavery? by MATT J. ROSSANO Slavery's depravity is so obvious to us today that it obscures the collective mental conversion required to achieve this bit of moral clarity. This conversion entailed a titanic shift from seeing slavery as...
  2. spnadmin

    USA Who Is Worse? Americans Distinguish Between Politicians' Financial, Sexual Morality

    By Lauren Markoe Religion News Service WASHINGTON (RNS) Americans are tougher on politicians for their financial misdeeds than their sexual ones, but men are more willing than women to tolerate sexual misbehavior in their elected officials. The findings, released Wednesday (June 22) in a...
  3. spnadmin

    Atheism Atheism's Odd Relationship With Morality

    Rabbi Adam Jacobs Managing Director, Aish Center in Manhattan Posted: March 24, 2011 08:24 AM Though expecting to be rather irked by it, I was surprised to find myself almost enjoying (and agreeing) with a lot of what Sam Harris had to say in his TED Talk entitled "Science can...
  4. spnadmin

    Religion As Morality: Is This The Way Forward In The Science-Religion Debate?

    Forwarded by SPN member Tejwant Singh ji Malik Michael Ruse Professor of Philosophy, Florida State University Posted: October 16, 2010 07:51 AM "Accommodationism" is the word used today to speak of the position that believes science and religion can exist together harmoniously, or...
  5. jasbirkaleka

    Hinduism Morality, Culture And Media In Traditional And Modern India

    Pls.,could someone enlighten what was Krishna"s relation with Radha?:unsure:
  6. Sinister

    Objective Morality: Ayn Rand, The Discussion On Altruism

    Hello Members and guests; Let’s start the New Year by absorbing something from this discussion. Ayn Rand, author of many great works and definitely one of the most recognized contemporary philosophers, discusses objective morality and the dangers of altruism. To a large part it seems...
  7. Astroboy

    Why No Meat Served In Gurdwara

    After reading the thread, "Fools who wrangle over flesh" - my question is:- http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/essays-on-sikhism/8828-fools-who-wrangle-over-flesh.html Why no meat is served in Gurdwaras ? Could it be because of this :- Health Benefits of A Vegetarian Diet | DoItYourself.com
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    Dynamic Morality

    Dynamic Morality Kamal Kaur Bagga (USA) "Raj karega Khalsa, aki rahai na koi khvar hoi sabch milainge, bachahi saran jo hoi." The Khalsa shall rule, the rebellious shall perish All who endure suffering and privation shall be brought to the safety of the Guru’s protection.[1] This verse ends...