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23 January, 10:13

Members of a religious cult who practice human sacrifice qualify as a moral community as much as any organization that refers to itself as a religion, including Roman Catholics, fundamentalist Christians, Muslims, and Orthodox Jews. (True/False)

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  1. 23 January, 10:35
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    This statement is true. Members of religious cult who sacrifice human are entitled to be called as a religion as any other organization which call themselves as one.

    Explanation:

    For decades the enigma of what to call as a religion has impaled the world. People are sensitive about their religion, every religion has set of rules and regulations defined.

    And these set of rules and regulations are imperative for the members to follow. Cults who use a belief system as their base are known as a religion. Those cults who sacrifice humans also share a belief system.

    In ancient times, many religions surfaced believed that they needed to make human sacrifice to a higher being.
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