I've heard a few people argue the "it's not freedom from religion, it's freedom OF religion" angle, but is it possible to have freedom of religion if you can't have freedom from it? How is it freedom of religion if you don't have the option to have no religion? That seems like a "you have to choose at least one" type of option, doesn't it? So, again, is it possible to have freedom of religion without freedom from religion as well?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:42 PM on Mar. 15, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
Answer by NotPanicking at 9:14 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
Answer by mandaday at 5:46 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
Yes it's possible but it can be difficult. Some areas of the world are more integrated with different beliefs then others so obviously there is a range of possibilities.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 6:18 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 6:30 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
I agree with Sabrina, if someone celebrates something I don't care as long as they aren't trying to force me to do it, I don't get offended by decorations that they put up on their homes and I don't even care that someone has it in their store cuz it's their store, I don't protest when the Schools put up Holiday decorations but I do get upset when Teacher try to make my kids do decoration or sing Holiday songs and I don't like that my daughter got a failing grade for not being in the Christmas Concert either.
Answer by lisarose45 at 6:50 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 10:53 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
Answer by waldorfmom at 11:15 PM on Mar. 15, 2010
Answer by GoodMomma24-7 at 11:31 PM on Mar. 15, 2010