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Any students of Comparative Religion?

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Submitted by James Solbakken (United States), Mar 26, 2003 at 23:57

>>>A Muslim does not record another Muslim?<<<

I'd be surprised if the many of the other "Great Religions" have a principle similar to this.

Are there any students of Comparative Religion that can provide some insight on this?

Loyalty is one thing, but don't most religions have something that serves as an objective moral code, independent of loyalty to one's own religion?

I'd like to know what the facts are, if possible.


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