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I think people are very quick to express their views. And if you watch the news there is always some random (and usually not very smart) person expressing their views for the whole nation to see. There are many places that are trying to be more politically correct and taking away religious symbols or statues, and that could be taking some of the freedom of speech away.
I don't think Christians are being restricted any more than anyone else in the religious world. People say what they want and usually someone will have a problem with it. The real challenge is to have people come together to express their opinions and not involve the government at all.
No, I don't believe so. However, it would be really wonderful if people would stop the hate talk and focus more on the good in others. And if they can't do that maybe they could just mind their own business and work on leaving the world a better place as a result of their own actions.
I don't believe this is the case in USA and in most of the liberal European nations.
However, Christians, Buddhists and Hindus have very little freedom of speech in the Middle East, Pakistan, China and in most Muslim countries in Asia.
In Pakistan there is a Christian women in death row for expressing her Christian views.
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