The debate "If I do not follow your faith I should not have to follow the rules of your faith" was started by
September 10, 2017, 1:28 am.
49 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 12 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
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ototoxic posted 3 arguments to the agreers part.
Najam1 posted 3 arguments, SMNR posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
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False god police are are easily able to force worship and obedience to themselves and their undeclared religion. It's called fabricating a traffic offense, and then pointing a gun at the victim. The false gods often refuse to wear body cameras when committing crimes and stealing cars from the poorest people with the least expensive cars.
The laws of physics and the universe are the only laws we can't possibly break, they have nothing to do with religion. I'm talking about laws like "you must abstain from consuming a certain food for a certain period of time in the year".
There are intrisic laws at work, laws of nature and quantum behavior of matter. Literally and technically speaking, a faith that puts it's principle in following laws of nature even if you're not of that faith, you literally must agree to it's rules should they take sovereignty.
Maybe God won't punish him but it doesn't make him less of an ****** :))
I agree that no one should follow anyone else's religious rules, but common human decency requires a minimum of information and appreciation and respect to the people around you especially if you're a law enforcer... The police officer in this case knows It's a place for worship to some people, it means they give it a certain status that he doesn't have to share but needs to respect... It's very common not to allow a dog in a place of worship in Abrahimic religions, and the responsibility to know and respect this as a police officer is not towards God but towards society.
I'll put it this way: There is a man who knows nothing of your god, therefore he does not worship said god. If he happens across the church of your god with his dog and decides to take his dog inside the church, what's going to happen? Are you saying that your god will punish this man for a sin that he doesn't know he's committing? Is your god so cruel as to punish this man while also allowing this man to live in ignorance the god that is punishing him?
All humans have to obey, even false god police are actually humans. There is no cocaine in there for police dogs to sniff.
Why does he have to obey that rule?
There are rules that even godless people have to obey.
If he is a blind atheist with a guide dog, he still has to obey the godly rule of dogs being forbidden inside the house of the Almighty God.
What do you mean?
No tattooing anyone's face including your own, even if you are ungodly.