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Thank you for your answer, it seems like those who have chosen, have an open mind allowing them to discus, learn and grow. Sounds like you have a wonderful and diverse family that accept each other for how and what they are.
Dan Barfield says
nice response, hope you will write a hub on your findings, would be a very interesting read.
Gary R. Smith says
The only thing that I could 100% agree with in all my religious studies that does not seem to be manipulated to suit is: ‘do unto others as you would have then do unto you.’ I accept people for who and what they are and hope they do the same for me.
Yes, the golden rule applies. When I shifted from Bible-based beliefs, it was motivated by being true to myself. I wrote principles to live by, including 'I respect the right of others to their beliefs and choices' and 'I appreciate diversity.'
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Maggie Bennett says
This is how it should be, respect the individuals right to choose.
Oh no, don't tell me that the tooth fairy and Easter bunny are not real!!!
Kevin Peter says
Kathleen Cochran says
I don't believe that any one religious denomination fits all, that is probably why there are so many. It is nice to know that you chose to believe in GOD your own personal way. Thank you for your responce.
Not everyone does, many are born into religion, are raised in religion and stay with that one religion without looking at any others. You could say it is thier choice to remain in that religion, but without understanding others where is the choice?