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Religious tolerance

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Religious Pressure...I have always..ALWAYS..respected other peoples rights to their religious beliefs. And my friends, family have respected that but every now and then someone will try and push or encourage me towards their religion (not friends and family I must add!) and that makes me very cross. If I want to follow I will but not because someone pushes me.

To engage in philosophy of religion you must do so from both the emotional and the rational to grasp the truth of it. In the end religion is an experience that a person has within a faith or from a one- to-one relation with what they consider to be divine.

Jesus said:  “Do to others whatever you would have them do to you. This is the law and the prophets."

Tuesday of the Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time. The reading is from Gospel of Matthew 7:12. The Golden Rule – Matthew 7:12 [Jesus said:] “Do to others whatever you would have them do to y…

Tolerance is not a Christian virtue Charity, justice, mercy, prudence, honesty…

“Tolerance is not a Christian virtue. Charity, justice, mercy, prudence, honesty; these are Christian virtues.” — Archbishop Charles Chaput

Shirdi Sai Baba holding a Satka (meditation stick used to rest the arm while reciting mantras on a rosary) in his left hand and a Bhiksha Patra (a bowl for collecting alms) in his right hand.

Sai Baba of Shirdi is believed to have been born between 1838 and 1842. This Indian saint is known to have practised both Hinduism and Islam, but he made h...

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A new study finds that societies generally come to accept religious diversity — but not overnight.

A new study finds that societies generally come to accept religious diversity—but it takes time.