...and changed your ways? What changed your mind? If you wrote a Hub about your experience, what would you say?
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Experience with others did not "change my mind", J.L. but confirmed what I've always believed. Living with a racist step-dad, growing up in a fundamentalist Christian sect, spending more than two years in Europe among "foreigners" affirmed my views.
I was prejudice against Catholics (see below). When I cam back to Christianity and went to a Jesuit college, I found out that Jesuits could teach me something: Not all miracles have to be large (e.g., was the Reed (small) or Red Sea (big) split?).
Your arguments are well thought out, and I appreciate you taking the time to write ma an answer to my question.
Thanks Eunice. Very useful and honest answer.
I have been prejudice against the church in my time, and I used to love to argue with Christians...and I regret that time in my life.
Arguing against Christians does not make you prejudiced against them - you don't hate them or judge them - you just don't agree
Well said and I wish people would apply your philosophy to politics (and other issues of course).