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What makes a religion good or bad A religion can not be defined as either good or bad as religion is a faith an unquestionable set of beliefs set down by a God or set of Gods Good and bad never enters the equation A faith in the unknown can not be questioned for the obvious fact it is the unknown not completely comprehendible by the human brain Once again religion is a set of rules and regulations by which to run your life It is the people in the religion whom take it to extremes which make a religion classifiable into the categories of good and bad Good defined means - an adjective indicating that something is approved of or desirable Anything that a person does in life is not approved of by all that is an unachievable act Not all religions are approved of by others outside of the religion as practised by the person in question An example of this is the Jehovahs Witnesss they do not approve of or condone any religion bar their own Therefore the categorising of religions into good is going to be biased depending on the stance religion and view point of the decision maker Bad defined means - indicating wrongdoing A child can hit its mother this is a wrongdoing An adult can kill another human this is a wrongdoing The word bad has unmeasurable bounds to its meaning it depends on the meaning taken as to how you interpret its connotation Therefore bad cannot be used to categorise religion as the meaning of bad is too broad In conclusion the statement what makes a religion good or bad can ultimately never be defined Good is from a persons perspective and bad is doing something wrong Any religion whether it be polytheist or monotheistic can not be categorised as religion is a set of beliefs which a human follows good or bad
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