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The Racist Judgment Of Africa By Moses

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« Reply #15 on: May 26, 2009, 10:26:19 am »

I agree that we're hard wired with right and wrong.  I'm sure parents have been teaching their chilren since time immemorial and just because it wasn't written down before, doesn't mean it didn't exist.  It's like what we call "nature" in animals isn't it?  Instinct.  Well it's instinct in us too - however and whenever it got there.  I think the same as you Wind, that a lot of those laws are repetitive and can be broken down into the 10 quite satisfactorily.  I also think other civilizations have come and gone and we don't know about them because they're "under" the ground now, what with all the cataclysmic happenings and the tectonic plates subducting underneath each other.  Like if we could turn the world inside-out - they'd be back on top again and WE would be underneath!!  Lost forever.

I wonder how history would have been written if Moses had become king?  I think he already had a problem in that he thought his God would not want the people to find food when they were starving - even if it WAS in Egypt.  There is nothing wrong with honest labor and getting paid for labor with food was a good thing back then.  They weren't slaves, if they were getting paid so I don't know why he would think God would be angry if they worked for their food.  
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