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Christianity Thomas on 20 Jun 2009 12:06 pm

Why does religion so often lead to crime?

Why does religion so often lead to crime? Here is another example:

World’s Worst Artist, Jesus Team Up For Scam

In its February 2006 decision, the arbitration panel said Kinkade and other company officials used terms like “partner,” “trust,” “Christian” and “God” to create “a certain religious environment designed to instill a special relationship of trust” with the couple.

What the company didn’t tell them, said their attorney, was that they would have to sell Kinkade’s works at minimum retail prices while the artist undercut them with discount sales, some of which he made himself on cable television.

The good news: “An appeals court has awarded $2.1 million to two gallery owners.”

3 Responses to “Why does religion so often lead to crime?”

  1. on 20 Jun 2009 at 7:35 pm 1.Chip E said …

    Religion didn’t lead to crime, greed did. Kincaid is not and has never been a Christian. He is a scam artist pure and simple. It is much like how this blogger exaggerates the tile of this thread to appeal to his audience. When you read the post, you realize you have been duped. K did the same but on a larger scale.

  2. on 20 Jun 2009 at 10:51 pm 2.Yellow said …

    It’s the fact that being religious allowed them to be duped.

  3. on 20 Jun 2009 at 11:02 pm 3."I AM" said …

    What good is it for a man to gain the whole world? or in this case 2.1 million dollars.

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