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in response to reader comment: Does anyone else think it's possible?

Submitted by Gary Williams (Canada), Aug 1, 2007 at 03:37

Does anyone think it possible that it might be a little on the "primitive" side to seriously advocate that supernatural deities speak to men? That they also have this mysterious yet entirely coincidental (of course!) need to act like landlords, granting land deeds here and there whenever the mood strikes a "prophet"? From Moses through Joshua and Mohammed, maintaining his property is means killing others is quite alright?

Grow up. Please.

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