Religious Tolerance

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In their [http://www.religioustolerance.org/index_about.htm introduction], they explain their position on "religious tolerance" as follows:
 
In their [http://www.religioustolerance.org/index_about.htm introduction], they explain their position on "religious tolerance" as follows:
 
* To be tolerant does not require that we accept other beliefs as true.
 
* To be tolerant does not require that we accept other beliefs as true.
* By religious tolerance, we mean that everyone - [[Christians]], [[Jews]], [[Muslims]], [[Wiccans]], and others -- should be able to follow their own religious beliefs and practices freely.
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* By religious tolerance, we mean that everyone - [[Christian]]s, [[Jew]]s, [[Muslim]]s, [[Wiccan]]s, and others -- should be able to follow their own religious beliefs and practices freely.
 
* Religious diversity is increasing throughout North America. We need to develop a religiously tolerant culture, or the U.S. and Canada are headed for disaster.
 
* Religious diversity is increasing throughout North America. We need to develop a religiously tolerant culture, or the U.S. and Canada are headed for disaster.
  

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Religious Tolerance is a web site that describes both the positive and negative aspects of religions. At this site there are articles discussing world religions, as well as balanced discussions about controversial topics such as abortion, physician assisted suicide, capital punishment, evolution and creation science, and homosexuality.

In their introduction, they explain their position on "religious tolerance" as follows:

  • To be tolerant does not require that we accept other beliefs as true.
  • By religious tolerance, we mean that everyone - Christians, Jews, Muslims, Wiccans, and others -- should be able to follow their own religious beliefs and practices freely.
  • Religious diversity is increasing throughout North America. We need to develop a religiously tolerant culture, or the U.S. and Canada are headed for disaster.

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