But he wouldn't without a sound reason, like defending someone innocent for example.
Killing someone because an authority tells you so or else is not a good reason.
I didn't say anything about it being a good or bad reason. But it's a reason nonetheless.
You were the one who brought the absolutes good and bad into this.
Do you even read what we write here?
I was talking about good and bad people/actions, and that religion is just one of many justifications used by people who do bad things.
Timelord was then talking about the quality
of the justifications (sound/good or unsound/bad reason), which I wasn't talking about.