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Jan 31 '16 at 4:47 comment added ThaddeusB @NeilMeyer Under the current site rules, we don't answer truth questions such as "is X a sin?" However, they once were on topic, so we don't delete the old ones either. A link to a closed duplicate is more useful than closing and deleting.
Jan 31 '16 at 4:44 history edited ThaddeusB
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Jan 28 '16 at 15:28 comment added Neil Meyer What exactly is the point of marking this a dupe and then forwarding people to a closed question?
Sep 30 '13 at 16:20 comment added Logical Fallacy @DavidStratton, this is not a duplicate question. The answers might happen to be the same, but only if the answer to the linked question is "always, yes." In the linked question, the answer that Caleb accepted as the best answer says that if the law contradicts God's law, then we do not have an obligation to obey it. This question should be reopened.
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Feb 9 '13 at 0:14 comment added David Stratton I think it would have gotten closed as "not constructive" had it not been voted to close as a duplicate. At any rate, it looks like a dupe to me because you asked about illegal downloading - meaning that it's against the law, and the other question asks basically "is breaking the law a sin?".
Feb 8 '13 at 23:14 comment added totymedli I don't know why this question had to be marked as duplicate. I read the other question before I asked this and I thought that it isn't an answer to my question. My question is not about law or copyright. It's about the act when people download other peoples software-related creation for free while they should pay for it. It have nothing to do with law, it is a specific topic. I think they are clearly two different question.
Feb 8 '13 at 21:41 history closed Andrew
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Feb 8 '13 at 21:27 comment added TheXed Nothing in your article to me, justifies not paying for someone else's creative work. And aside from that, not only are you stealing their works but by extension because they don't get paid if you steal, you are stilling their time and skills... If you don't mind working for free then there you go...
Feb 8 '13 at 21:09 answer AJ Henderson timeline score: 1
Feb 8 '13 at 17:58 answer Joel Coehoorn timeline score: 9
Feb 8 '13 at 6:40 answer svidgen timeline score: 6
Feb 8 '13 at 5:51 comment added svidgen Just a quick note: This is neither a philosophy forum, nor a legal forum, nor an online polling system. When selecting the correct answer, please take the time to ensure you select one that explains, with credible references, the beliefs or doctrines of an actual Christian denomination (or widely known Christian belief) as opposed to the answerer's opinion, philosophizing, legal knowledge, or some other conglomeration of factoids and opinions from other non-Christian schools of thought.
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Feb 8 '13 at 1:11 answer Mason Wheeler timeline score: 2
Feb 8 '13 at 0:32 comment added Andrew That last paragraph seems like an attempt at justification.
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Feb 8 '13 at 0:07 history edited totymedli CC BY-SA 3.0
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Feb 7 '13 at 23:54 history edited totymedli CC BY-SA 3.0
More explanation.
Feb 7 '13 at 23:53 answer Andrew timeline score: 2
Feb 7 '13 at 23:45 history asked totymedli CC BY-SA 3.0