posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 08:27 PM
reply to post by Golantrevize
There is more than one factor for this incident. Where did this happen ( remote village, city etc.)?
Does that matter? You don’t get medical at a church and it clearly states their motivation.
What was the financialstatus of the parents?
Seriously. That’s kind of sick. I would trade anything for my child’s life even my own.
What was their education?
That is a valid question.
That is another valid question.
Background experience with hospitals? Their age?
Not really valid. Why does that matter?
Was the baby going to die regardless of the next choices? Did the parents have a medical background making them able to make that statement?
Let me refer you to the OP I wrote because I did cover this scenario.
Nothing is black or white. With over a billion christians do you really think that incident is worthy of an argument against religion?
Is it really an argument against Christianity? Is that how you perceive it? How about looking at this a different way. Would you still feel the same
if they believed in Voodoo and went to a witch doctor for a sacrifice?
An exemple of poor human judgment at best.
Err no at best it’s an example of extremely poor reasoning and belief in the intangible that removed any chance of life the child had.