;"As Christians we teach our kids not to act like barbarians and loot and burn other people's properties like animals."
There must be something very wrong somewhere if someone needs to teach their kids "not to act like barbarians and loot and burn other people's properties like animals."
This raises an interesting thought about morals. I have heard it from Christians before that "if it wasn't for the Bible, we would have no morals"
or, "I look to the Bible for my morals."
If someone has to consult a book to get one's morals, I don't think it says very much about the moral compass of that person.
Surely, don't we get our (good) morals from a well-balanced upbringing and appropriate social interaction?
Perhaps Christians should think again if they think for one minute that they own the copyright to moral behaviour.
The Bible is responsible for promoting some of the vilest and corrupt moral behaviour ever written, especially in regards to sexism and vilifying minority groups.