insteresting question..well we hardly have discussion bcoz believers of what ever faith or lack of it turn discussion into argument which ends up bashing each other. After argument both go with strong belief in respective faiths...
in my opinion ,one should not discuss religion in public.The religion is purely personal matter.
I do, the more people talk about the more similarity they will find, we really do live in a big fish bowl after all. The real question is what has religion today turned into. Power, capital gains or both.
Any time a topic is discussed only privately, those who are in on the discussion start losing a sense of reality, and this is certainly true with religion. I find that the most illogical and ignorant people with regard to religion are those who are the most isolated in their religious practice and discussion.
So yes, I think people should discuss their beliefs publicly. It keeps you sane.
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