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Janism and Sikhism

1: What arguments can be made for the use of animals to improve human life? What arguments can be made against the use of animals to improve human life?

2: Why is religious tolerance necessary? What are the limits of religious tolerance?

3: What is the difference, if any, between a religion that is worth living for and one that is worth dying for?

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Janism and Sikhism
Why do religions exist? Who invented the dozens of seemingly disparate religious groups? For starters, note that most religions are said to be an invention by those whom control the world. Reference source: www.DavidIcke.com | www.InfoWars.com | www.JordanMaxwell.com

>> Jainism
- "founded in the 6th century BC as a revolt against current Hinduism and emphasizing the perfectibility of human nature and liberation of the soul, especially through asceticism and nonviolence toward all living creatures."
- an ancient Hindu religion, which has its own scriptures and believes that the material world is eternal, progressing endlessly in a series of vast cycles"
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/jainism

>> Sikhism
- a member of an Indian religion that separated from Hinduism and was founded in the 16th century, that teaches monotheism and that has the Granth as its chief religious document, rejecting the authority of the Vedas

- of or relating to the Sikhs or their religious beliefs and customs"
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Sikhism?s=t

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1: What arguments can be made for the use of animals to improve human life? What arguments can be made against the use of animals to improve human life?

>> In direct relation to Jainism, which practices, "nonviolence toward all living creatures," according to the above ...

Solution Summary

The arguments which can be made for the use of animals to improve human life. The arguments which can be made against the use of animal to improve human life is determined. Religious tolerance necessary are determined.

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