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Re: Respecting People's Religion

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Re: Respecting People's Religion

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flamingduckee wrote:
Chelsea wrote:
flamingduckee wrote:What is the purpose of this post? You're just ranting about religion your not even asking a question...




..what the hell are you thinking when you do that (for those who do)?


I see a question, don't you?

And like legendz said here the bashing comes :roll:

But your not bashing him by telling off about the purpose of the post? Hypocrisy...(myself included :p)
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Re: Respecting People's Religion

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It's enevitable that this topic is going to turn out an opportunity for people to bash others, it's happened on numerous occasions so why should it stop now?

As for those people on the bus, I'm sure they will receive justice at some point or another so if you're scared of getting beaten up about it then either lie or ignore the question.
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JxOxCampbell wrote:It's enevitable that this topic is going to turn out an opportunity for people to bash others, it's happened on numerous occasions so why should it stop now?

As for those people on the bus, I'm sure they will receive justice at some point or another so if you're scared of getting beaten up about it then either lie or ignore the question.

Its sad when people have to bash others because they think their views are much superior.

Science and religion can live in harmony, just look at the Catholic Church.
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Let's not divert away from the issue or respecting other religions and not discussing religion in general.

I think we are all a diverse bunch of people: both here and around the world. We all have our beliefs and the foundations that built those beliefs. Respecting other people's beliefs and viewpoints, including religion, is the proper thing to do. Let's not forget, though, that respect is different from questioning. You can question someone's beliefs with respect, but not in a demoralising way that doesn't respect the other person's viewpoint. :)
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Re: Respecting People's Religion

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Voldemort wrote:Let's not divert away from the issue or respecting other religions and not discussing religion in general.

I think we are all a diverse bunch of people: both here and around the world. We all have our beliefs and the foundations that built those beliefs. Respecting other people's beliefs and viewpoints, including religion, is the proper thing to do. Let's not forget, though, that respect is different from questioning. You can question someone's beliefs with respect, but not in a demoralising way that doesn't respect the other person's viewpoint. :)

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This is a topic I'm pretty passionate about, I was thinking of making one myself.

Sometimes people can be REALLY ignorant though.

As a PSA, Hindus don't wear turbans, they are sikhs, second sikhs aren't muslim.. don't mix up their turbans, you know the guy who was a model for gap? He's sikh. THIRDLY, muslims shouldn't be discriminated against in the first place, it is dishonorable and unpatriotic (to the red white and blue btw) to do so and assume no muslims were victims of terrorist attacks. But now people assume all brown people are muslims, and by extended and racist logic, terrorists WTF is up with that? (btw why does w t f change to what? It makes my signature look silly)

I kinda realize I'm getting off topic, sorry. It still relates to religion but I broadened up the way it relates, and specified it to a specific religion.
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Re: Respecting People's Religion

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Rogue216 wrote:
Voldemort wrote:Let's not divert away from the issue or respecting other religions and not discussing religion in general.

I think we are all a diverse bunch of people: both here and around the world. We all have our beliefs and the foundations that built those beliefs. Respecting other people's beliefs and viewpoints, including religion, is the proper thing to do. Let's not forget, though, that respect is different from questioning. You can question someone's beliefs with respect, but not in a demoralising way that doesn't respect the other person's viewpoint. :)

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This is a topic I'm pretty passionate about, I was thinking of making one myself.

Sometimes people can be REALLY ignorant though.

As a PSA, Hindus don't wear turbans, they are sikhs, second sikhs aren't muslim.. don't mix up their turbans, you know the guy who was a model for gap? He's sikh. THIRDLY, muslims shouldn't be discriminated against in the first place, it is dishonorable and unpatriotic (to the red white and blue btw) to do so and assume no muslims were victims of terrorist attacks. But now people assume all brown people are muslims, and by extended and racist logic, terrorists what is up with that? (btw why does w t f change to what? It makes my signature look silly)

I kinda realize I'm getting off topic, sorry. It still relates to religion but I broadened up the way it relates, and specified it to a specific religion.

Now most Americans do admit that 9/11 was an inside job, even though the government will deny.
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Re: Respecting People's Religion

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Kind of confused what was quoted about me earlier. <_<


Although, in the scientific community, it is almost like politics. Soooo anyone could be lieing. So lets only concentrate on the question I stated...
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