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Posted: Sep. 8, 2002
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Question of the Week: 102 - 3/11/2003
Do Interfaith Conferences/ Discussions Work?
Do meetings, discussions or conferences designed to promote understanding and/or tolerance between the myriad religions and faith really work? Do you think anyone’s view on Pagan/Heathen religions are changed if we engage in dialogue with mainstream religions?
What do you do/say when confronted by someone who thinks you are wrong/evil because you are a Pagan or Heathen?
Do you think that Pagans/Heathens should seek acceptance from other religions? Or is just being left alone to worship as you please enough for you?
How tolerant are YOU of people who believe in another religion? What do you think of the ‘Christian-bashing’ accusation? Is it a widespread problem?
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