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lol was this written by high school kids? what is it 8 lines and 5 of them opinion and obnoxious opinoin.

so i get it-the other wiki was dominated by crazo chrsitains.... andthis one equally biased is dominated by atheist christians. pathetic to set it up to right the wrong only to duplicate teh wrong with the atheist christian spin... the only differrence between the irreligious atheist and a chrsitian is the doesnt believe in jesus but talks about hiim more. whoever rwrote this article is a loser-not one reference to the major works on the subject, no real refrerences to anything other than common christian style bigotry and all based on a personal worldview.... at least they try to fake it on the other one-i never imagined yours would stoop lower. you should be ashamed hann baving an article up like this as though worthy of a wiki. i guess you guys skip the research and say 'hey whos our biggest moutyh on X' when deciding who will write X, big mouth and bigotry wiki, nothingfancier boys. — Unsigned, by: / talk / contribs

Namaste, gassho, whatever floats your boat. Your activity on this talk page could lead to a change. It would be more helpful if you calmly pointed out particular flaws in the article. Sprocket J Cogswell (talk) 15:39, 1 March 2014 (UTC)

What about bad deeds done to evil persons?[edit]

Bad deeds, e.g. killings of humans, cause bad karma - so far, so good for me. But what if the person killed was evil himself? Would people killing evil people get bad karma too? That doesn't seem fair. And if they only don't get bad karma if they know the other person killed was evil - would that mean that intention was all that matters? This is very confusing, if you think about it.--Max Sinister (talk) 06:54, 3 December 2022 (UTC)