Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Yesterday It Wasn't Sin; Today It Is; What Will Be Sin Tomorrow?

One of the amazing things about certain religions is that they can be 'developed' as we go along. For example, it appears that Islamic uprisings and protests in certain countries were not seen as sin. But in Saudi Arabia, where the ruling powers have this unique deal with the religious leaders -- all of a sudden the religious leaders can issue a fatwa that calls protesting sin in essence. What a convenient religion. I am sure that the Creator was consulted before this decision was made after all it is His religion we all claim to follow. And I guess that's a new aspect about Him as well -- He can now change His mind as necessary to ensure certain political outcomes. I like that. But I'm not sure how valid the whole thing is. You check it out for yourself.

Saudi Arabia prints 1.5m copies of religious edict banning protests | World news | The Guardian



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