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This web site is rather different:

This website is unlike almost all other religious sites:
It promotes religious freedom, and diversity as positive cultural values.

[i-bullet] We do not promote our own religious beliefs.  We can't because we are a multi-faith group.  We try to explain the full diversity of religious belief in North America, from Asatru to Zoroastrianism, including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Taoism, Wicca, other religious groups, and spiritual/ethical groups.
[i-bullet] We try to describe all viewpoints on controversial religious topics objectively and fairly. We cover a broad range of topics, from whether women should have access to abortion to whether homosexuals and bisexuals should be given equal rights, including same-sex marriage, and including dozens of other "hot" topics.
 
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Definitions, mandate, etc.

On this site, religious tolerance means:
To extend religious freedom to people of all religious traditions, even though you may well disagree with their beliefs and/or practices.

Religious tolerance does not require you:
To accept all religions as equally true.

Religious freedom means that you can:

[i-bullet] Without oppression, believe, worship and witness (or practice freedom from belief, worship and witness), as you wish;
[i-bullet] Change your beliefs or your religion; and/or
[i-bullet] Associate with others to express your beliefs.1
 

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Our site mandate is to:

[i-bullet] "Promote religious tolerance and freedom;
[i-bullet] Objectively describe religious faiths in all their diversity; and
[i-bullet] Objectively describe controversial topics from all viewpoints."
 

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Our motto:

[i-bullet] "Study of the world's religions will lead to an understanding of religious diversity.
[i-bullet] This understanding can lead to inter-religious dialogue.
[i-bullet] Dialogue will lead to peace among religions.
[i-bullet] Peace among religions will lead to peace among nations." 2
 

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An observation:

[i-bullet] "When some people deviate from reality, others are often hurt."
 

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A saying by Mahatma Ghandi:

[i-bullet] "The need of the moment is not one religion, but mutual respect and tolerance of the devotees of the different religions.

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Originally posted: 2008-JAN-20
Latest update: 2008-JAN-20
Author: B.A. Robinson

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