Is denying other faiths to practice or build their institution part of the American Dream/Reality?
Looking back and remembering what the American Dream is, we realize that certain actions and behaviors done in the name of pursuing our desires are un-American. Fulfilling dreams that may conflict with others, especially in the case of faiths, requires a willingness to compromise on the details for the sake of building and maintaining a positive community. read more
by True Truthseeker7 years ago
Is there justification for denying a Designer of the universe, and Author of the Bible?Precision and forethought govern 'Big Bang', electromagnetic forces of proton, neutron and electrons which make it possible for...
by Callum6 years ago
The Jews,Gypsies,Homosexuals,Jehovas Witnesses,Disabled, Free masons and many others were put into concentration camps at the hands of the nazis and still we get people who deny that it happened. Why do they do they...
by Karre Schaefer4 years ago
If I don't "like and share" every Jesus status, am I denying Him like Peter did in the Bible?So, if I don't "like and share" every Jesus status which tells me to "like and share" if I love...
by TommyGuy10 years ago
I was checking out the idea bank for new hub idea. Then I came across "depression Self help" topic. A few years back, I lost a friend because of depression. He killed him self. I was devastated because he...
by ahorseback12 months ago
Let's hear your arguments against that one ? The left knew this too and their biased observations are only justified by short term political memory and anti- war agenda !
by nikki_m6 years ago
Do you think denying someone a job because they are a smoker should be allowed?Currently, many employers (especially those in the healthcare field) will deny applicants because they are a smoker, without asking about...
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