A woman, accused of adultury and living in Iran has been sentenced to death by sharia--the sacred law of Islam. She will be stoned to death, a barbaric custom--among many others--of theocratic Islamic countries.
In the Gospel of John, a passage describes a confrontation between Jesus and the scribes and Pharisees over whether a woman, caught in an act of adultery, ought to be stoned. Jesus shames the crowd into dispersing, and averts the execution.
He admonishes the crowd with these words: "He who is without sin, let him cast the first stone.
Now, tell me which religion you think is more ethical in its teachings.
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