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As I watch a video of a well-looking Orthodox man with an icon in his hands kicking an elderly woman, I don't understand what the commentators are indignant about - how can you, Christian, God is love, love your neighbor as yourself...
When are you going to realize that religion is not about morality or moral progress. Read the manual. Religion can teach proper sacrifices, work as a guide to the world of the dead, or explain how to perform rituals.
Religion can teach how to bury the dead or how to mark a childas belonging to the elect. Religion can teach how to save one's eternal soul, how to go to heaven and not go to hell, how to merge with the Almighty, how to get the 72 virgins or how to achieve nirvana.
But religion is not about making the world a better and kinder place.
Bertrand Russell, in his essay "Why I Am Not a Christian," wrote that "the Christian religion as organized in the churches has been and is the chief enemy of moral progress in the world.
Don't worry about the Orthodox with the icon. He will wash his own away. There is an option in his religion: "If you do not sin, you will not repent. This is not a bug, this is a feature. Gundyaev won't lie.
And if you believe in moral progress and want to change the world for the better, you need to go into volunteer work, hospice care, or humanistic pedagogy. And you can also send money to the Ukrainian army. Today it holds back the spread of stupid, evil, and talentless evil.