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Should Religious Leaders Be Involved In Politics?

  1. ngureco profile image83
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    Should Religious Leaders Be Involved In Politics?

  2. Miss D profile image52
    Miss Dposted 8 years ago

    No. They are biased in their judgements towards others of different faiths and beliefs, therefore should not be in charge of decisions affecting entire states or countries.

  3. Mansi.Patel profile image61
    Mansi.Patelposted 8 years ago

    I believe that religious leaders should not be involved in politics and are definitely not the best contenders for politics because it creates an imbalance of power within a community.

    In today's society, where diversity prevails, giving authority to a certain religious leader will alienate the people of minority and there is a strong possibility that religious leader's religious beliefs would influence all his/her decisions and everyone under his/her rule might be coerced to follow and practice the beliefs and traditions of the religion in power.

  4. h_blunck profile image47
    h_blunckposted 7 years ago

    Perhaps they would become much wiser by taking part in politics. Very often religious people have a very naive perspective on life.

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  5. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    that is the single worse mistake a country can make in my opinion. if you look at the world, you will notice that countries that have religious leaders as heads of their country tend to be caotic, have poor human rights and seem to be in some kind of conflict most of the time. religion should be for personal use not as a way to run a country.

 
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