|Re: Cultural Consistency||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Martin Schafer (schaferanubis.network.com)|
|Date: Mon, 27 Jun 94 09:28 CDT|
> solid in their atheism. The diversity has never included fundamentalists > of any religion - those who believe their written scripture word for > word. This type of belief means that those of us who believe in > evolution will be directly against the fundamentalists. > > A second factor is in how much one believes they should prostelitize > their religion or their belief in Rush Limbough to the others in the > community. If they kept quiet about their beliefs and didn't push them > on others, maybe it wouldn't be a problem. > I think that it is not fundamentalism per se, but some characteristics that people believe fundamentalists have that are a problem. The one thing that a diverse, cooperative, community cannot tolerate is intolerance. So long as they are not intolerant, biblical literalists, flat earthers, and snake handlers can all make fine neighbors. Martin
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