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Published on Sep 13, 2012
Religion is dying out. The Nones and the Dones are increasing, Can our society rely on law alone to replace the morality that religion gave to people? Religion has a history of inciting people to kill for God, Jehovah, or Allah, but law is not always just. Whether the void of religion can be truly filled by law remains to be seen. It is clear that law itself is flawed because it does not have true morality, but rather a fictitious semblance of morality made up and controlled by imperfect people and corrupt judges and juries. Even the Ten Commandments like Charlton Heston's parting of Jello as Moses are just a theatrical version of morality having on it the rubber stamp of God. And how is it that a child molester has more rights than a rock band practicing for a gig loudly? Music Genre: dylanesque