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Abraham tries to sacrifice his son. Is exploiting a human a moral behaviour?
The story of Abraham is talking about a man, who is punished by God to victimize his son, to prove his faith (Gen 22:1–19). Abraham decides to follow his God by killing his own son. But at the last ...
Aug 31 '11 at 11:30
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