Religion has spawned humans' definition of right/wrong; good/evil. Is religion merely an evolutionary strategy?
Think about it. The various religions have one thing in common; some behaviors are good and some are evil. Are these actions really right and wrong, or does our belief that they are such help human kind to work as a society and aid us in forming order and kinship? All of our laws are based on things deemed right or wrong in the bible, Koran, Torah, etc.. Without these base beliefs, we would be more animal than human.
It is ok for animals to kill one another and steal form each other. Survival of the fittest is accepted among our wild counterparts. The thing that differentiates us is our large cerebrum and our invention of religion to account for questions we cannot answer.
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