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Plus its all acting then in helping this guy along
Why help him?
Well, i feel, here is a younger guy,still doing his utmost best to continue to do religious research, as a job. In a time when religion perhaps isn’t quite so popular, now, as like what it once were
Perhaps we could help support? (could sound strange to hear from an atheist, i suppose, but yet this is partly why an atheist can help themselves become broad minded ,even with regard of scripture.We’ll support research, no matter what, the particular person involved personally belief are. That’s the way we are. Our interest, is in the-info)
Why not help.when all that’s required of us, is to care to take enough time to just quickly click a couple of buttons
Always something new for me to try to learn, off of video made by ReligionForBreakfast
One of my most favorite youtube channels too
Sadly, with Brethren church, you’ll possibly not hear these things talked about. You’ll not hear about how both were swapping things around.
These kind of things are how things can begin to cause tribalism. And hate. And so on
An authentic force for good will try and present a view what leaves out bias .Ian McKay is been one staunch supporter of this SENSE. This is not to suggest that any human are perfect. We are not. So perhaps all we can do is to keep on trying,to do better
Whenever ive met with Muslim face to face in Christchurch. At first i can tell how they feel a little taken aback with my approach.I’ll walk right up and shake their hand warmly. No hesitation
About time US human being would work more on taking better care of common ground we ALL share naturally?
I can say this much. I feel lucky i didn’t need to deal with war torn lives of what many Muslim folk faced. I suspect that perhaps C-PTSD might be behind frustration openly expressed by Muslim as well. Perhaps we might not understand, either, unless we’d walked a mile or two, or three or four or more in their shoes?