Death to unbelievers!

United States
September 30, 2011 10:46pm CST
In this day and age of religious tolerance/acceptance, do you believe it is the right of any religion to execute someone for their religious belief?
3 responses
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
2 Oct 11
While I'm sure that some people would like to do so, that's really not going to be right. I mean, when its all about it, religion is just an opinion. Granted it can be a rather strong opinion, and if you feel like you should perceive the world a certain way, even if I don't agree with you, I'm going to obviously have to respect that. I doubt that any higher power would frown on it. I do find it rather alarming given that many use religious beliefs as a way to color their own prejudice. Just come out and say it, you're prejudice. Granted, that's not really any better but despite that fact, at least you are honest to say the very least. Just because you don't understand the beliefs of another person, it does noat mean that they are incorrect. Just learn to live with it. Granted its the ten percent of people in various religions that think like this are really making the other people who follow said religion look rather awful by extension.
• Philippines
1 Oct 11
I so agree with Varier. Plus the fact the killing IS a sin. For any religion to do that, I think it's very blasphemous of them.
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
1 Oct 11
Isn't the answer obvious? We can't kill people just because they have different belief with us! And anyway, in my own religion, when it was being "introduced" at the first time, our prophet had never killed anyone just because they have different belief! So I totally can't see the reason to execute the unbelievers..