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Originally posted by Cocasinpry
You might have wanted to add a *spoiler alert* to this topic.
That quest was definitely one of the best side quests in the game. I'm pretty sure you're on the right track with what the writers were thinking when they came up with the idea. Still, much of the fallout series quests are based upon novels, this one seems fairly similar to Shirley Jackson's short story "The Lottery" whose elements have also been seen while entering Nipton earlier in the game. They've got a few short movies of it on youtube, it's worth a watch, it's so creepy.
In any case, if life is such a test then I'm fairly certain that most people are failing it.
Originally posted by Equinox99
reply to post by SaturnFX
Science has helped man kill each other and the environment for as long as religion has, should we abolish it with religion? In example, when religion ruled we didn't have the ability to kill millions of people in an instant.
Yet I don't see any Atheists jumping on this wagon. All I hear is without religion there would be peace without thinking twice.
I think a balance of both is good and if you don't like it fine. God doesn't want me to ignore what is taught in the New Testament. I am on the path that I am on because I have found God in my life and I wouldn't ignore it for the world.
God wants us to live our lives filled with love for him, others, and his creations. In the end, we all want to be loved.