RE: Do animals ever "sin" (was something else)

From: Steve Krogh (
Date: Tue Feb 05 2002 - 15:15:31 EST

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    > Behalf Of Moorad Alexanian
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    > Subject: Re: Do animals ever "sin" (was something else)
    > The very act of intercourse between humans and between animals is a purely
    > physical act. However, the human act is heavily laden with moral issues,
    > whereas I am sure moral issues are totally lacking amongst animals. In the
    > former case one has human awareness of a superior being, whereas in the
    > latter the act is purely physically driven. I am sure animals know, as
    > humans do, of punishment if caught in some forbidden act. However, the
    > source of punishment is totally different in humans and animals.
    > I am sure a
    > chimp is not even aware of a superior being but merely fears the leader of
    > his clan. Moorad

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