I know of a Christian businessman who offers discounts to other Christians. The business is not religious-based at all.
If you find this practice acceptable, do you also think it's acceptable for a non-associated business to offer discounts solely to other Jewish people? Muslims? Pagans? Atheists?
Answer by Anonymous at 12:55 PM on Mar. 31, 2010
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Answer by lisarose45 at 1:23 PM on Mar. 31, 2010
"I guess if its your business you can charge what you want. Its like giving a discount to family and friends."
I agree with this, it is the business owner's prerogative. My question is how would the owner know what a person believes, unless he knows them on a personal level? And how would one know that they are giving discounts to ONLY those who agree with his beliefs and it is NOT a family and friends type thing?
Answer by TBandNCmommy at 1:51 PM on Mar. 31, 2010
Correct me if I am wrong, Jewish people who know others with in their community do this as well as I believe Mormons do this as well. However from what I understand it is usually based on someone they know on a personal level, more than just their belief. More of a sense of community type thing. Where there are a lot of them within that community.
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