Well, I am new at this and I don't know how to get the new hub I just posted to show up here. I would however not mind some feedback on it. It is called "regarding religion: what type of believer are you?" I love the fact almost that everyone on here wanted to be sure we were not putting in things that would be disparaging to any particular religion.
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Edit: It seems as though you may have just unpublished your hub (I could see it before, but I can't now).
There are many different types of religions.
There are divisions in religions. I am a Baptist (Christian). There are denominations.
Your question is limiting. One of the things I myself don't understand, well several things, other religions! I haven't studied enough to have information to discuss many different forms of religion.
You ask what kind of believer.
Believer as in what? Some people do not consider themselves as 'believers'. I have almost always considered myself a 'believer', but I'm not sure you are implying the same kind of believing that I am.
Perhaps in your Hub you explain more thoroughly.
I think it will take a considerable amount of patience for people to explain their beliefs to others.
Let's hope this is done with smiles and considerations. Betty Jo
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