But religious beliefs conflict and there is no way to prove which, if any, are true.
But your choices are affected by your environment and how you were raised, unless you have a strong willpower and are able to make your own decisions early in life.
Some philosophers of old condemn humans, some, praise them.
As we all know, some babies can be VERY mischievous, some also can be perfect little angels.
If that is true, how can they be born good or evil. Your place is not to judge, nor is it to be judged. If you do not, then you are just following a set of guidelines uselessly, and aimlessly. Without examining your faith, how do you know what you believe in is right? The universe is a void of small rocks we call planets and empty, blank, black, space. This is a question for which there will be no definite answer, in the living part of your existence.
Judges have even used genetic tests to make sentencing decisions. Genes, for example, are said to account for the difference between people who are perpetual cheaters and those in a lifelong committed relationship.
Genes are said to be the reason why some people vote conservative while others vote liberal and why some don’t vote at all.And how did we come to want to know ourselves through our DNA?These questions first came to me as I was wrapping up a book on the Human Genome Project and ideas about race.Confucius, a philosopher of great renown from ancient China, said: "People are generally born good" Others will say "People are generally born towards mischief." The argument between the two could be as follows: How could a baby be born evil, how could a sweet innocent child be born evil?How can an innocent child, a new born baby be born perfectly good, and not mischievous.Something is created or fades out of existence when it feels like it.I'm not saying that certain things don't have limits to how long they can exist in this universe. But, being conscious of things, your life limit may be under the average, or go beyond the average. Webster's Dictionary defines "Religion" as: A belief is separate from a religion.Looking at the state of genetic science, I noticed a push toward investigating the genetics of social phenomena arising in my own field of sociology.I decided to talk to scientists, experts, and everyday people to get a sense of why so many things previously understood in terms of social relations and environmental conditions were coming to be explained in terms of our genomes.But a religious belief is different: You may believe that there is a God, or that reincarnation is the true afterlife. But I believe if you believe in something very strongly, then it is true, for you. Do not persecute others for their religion or beliefs. And remember, it is not your place to judge the beliefs of others.