I would say a majority do, but most we don't hear about.
by Castlepaloma 3 months ago
I respect and accept Religion, certainly don't understand them, as they don't accept me. Being fearless myself can be a bitch, yet rather be honest and harmless.I watched politics and religion meld into one” Nearly half of 76 counties are Christians nation made gays illegal. Fear of a difference...
by Barbara Radisavljevic 5 years ago
Will Shari'a ever replace current law in the United States?As more and more Americans turn to Islam and more immigrants are Muslims, it is predicted by some that with their higher birth rate, Muslims will one day be the majority in the United States and as such will play an ever larger role...
by heart4theword 8 years ago
I just heard recently, that there are bills in the White House, about to be signed...that would put people off their properties. The law would state certain counties, to be put back into it's orginial habitat. How would that happen? Would those people be vacated from their land and...
by Dave Mathews 4 years ago
I am a Male, Canadian born, English speaking, Anglo-saxon, Caucasian, Christian, Senior citizen,who today in a multi-cultural metropolitian society has become a visible minority in my own country. How is it possible that I am a visible minority in my homeland?
by pisean282311 8 years ago
recently burning quran has sparked major debate..there have been threads in which usa has been referred as being christian country?..so is there anything called christian country?..
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