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  • No, the Bible should not be used to justify personal prejudices.

    The Bible should not be used to justify personal prejudices. Governments must ensure equality for all citizens in their nations. Discrimination is not justified under any circumstances. Furthermore, religion should not be used as a reason to deny someone his rights. In short, personal prejudices must not be supported by religious texts.

  • No, the bible should not be used to justify personal prejudices.

    No, the bible should not be used to justify personal prejudices. The bible can be used any way that someone chooses to use it. There is a passage in the Bible that can be used to justify anything. People should not be allowed to use the Bible to justify their personal prejudices.

  • You're reading it wrong

    If you feel the need to belittle or be prejudiced against others then you're reading the bible wrong. The Bible is a template for you to use to navigate this complex, difficult world. Jesus is there as a beacon of righteousness for you to use if unsure how to treat others. He did not judge, but instead embraced those around him and filled them with love and joy.

  • The Bible isn't a tool for bigotry

    Several politicians, particularly conservative ones, often use a selective interpretation of the Holy Bible as a justification for their narrow-minded choices. This is unfortunate because a large part of the Bible is devoted to promoting the values of loving one another, no matter their background - something that the opinions of conservative politicians run directly counter to.


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