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The Boondock Saints: Theological Morality is Medieval

Organized religions’ moral commandments are narrow-minded and incendiary.

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Organized religions have provided moral frameworks for countless adherents for thousands of years, and those people have strove to behave according to their respective faiths’ teachings. But when it comes to the issue of confronting Evil, even the…

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