When it comes to our own faith, belief or lack thereof - we are sensitive to the criticisms of others against it, particularly if we feel they do not know it as we do. Yet, it appears that we are happy to criticise the beliefs of others without the knowledge of theirs we request they have of ours. Do you think our own beliefs blinker us to this? (Us being anyone - non believer, Christian, Muslims, etc)
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Thanks for your answer LoneStarr. Much to think on.
JT - answer the question, rather than pose another. It may be, but it was designed to have others look into themselves as well.
Perhaps some cannot see that they are blinkered to the hypocrisies of their own requests.
You did the same thing to me and I asked you to stay on topic? In which you were way off topic as to what the question was asking.
Which I did by making this question, and not continuing with comments to yrs. I felt the point I was making needed asking.
So if you can't answer the question - that's fine. But do try as I'm curious.