What religions do you think people (as in "the public") should have a basic knowledge of (do you even think "the public" *should* have a basic knowledge of religion)? What do you think that basic knowledge should entail (basic tenants and teachings, a brief history, important persons, holidays, etc)?
(and, if you don't mind, how would you religiously/spiritually label yourself?)
Answer by SWasson at 5:24 PM on Nov. 28, 2011
i don't think its relevant for anyone to know the basics of any religion outside of the one they chose. i don't see it as a 'should', either. its that little thing called Freedom..you can educate yourself about things, or you don't have to. you can have a religion, or leave it alone.
unless a religion is the law of the land, its nothing that consumes my tiny thoughts..not day-to-day living, not holidays, nor religous persons, etc.
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