The religious argument can be used to defend anything and everything when it comes to morality.

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Parent debateThis argument is used in the debate Does God exist?.
Argument forThis argument is a justification of Morals may differ among followers of the same religion.
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It's not uncommon for the same religion to serve both a given morality and its opposite. Thus, while pacifists use the commandment "thou shalt not kill" to justify non-violence, others do not hesitate to kill in the name of God. Similarly, when it comes to accepting homosexuals, some will justify their rejection by citing a verse in Leviticus which equates their intimate practices with an abomination, while others will accept them in the name of a God who is nothing but love.



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