if other people didn't insist on making it one for you? (this is another offshoot of a PoR class discussion)
Some of my classmates had trouble understanding why moving here was such a culture shock. They don't understand that it's not normal to have bible verses on on every corner, the main kids' sports programs in town to all be run by religious orgs, or for companies to lead their employees in prayer. It's what they've always seen growing up so to them, that's normal. They even think we're a "diverse" community. I'm not sure how when over half the local colleges & unis are also Christian entities, but that's their story and they're sticking to it. Maybe they mean because all Christian denoms are here? I mean, we even have an Amish theme park!
If you lived alone, isolated from your current community, would you spend nearly as much time/energy on religion in general (meaning not just your own)?
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