Author Bernard Percy

Religious Tolerance and Growing up in Brooklyn

Tolerance

September 12, 2018

Religious Tolerance and Growing up in Brooklyn

The question becomes: how can we maintain and express our deep-seated religious beliefs and practices without becoming intolerant...

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They Didn’t Add the “R”

Media & Ethics

April 21, 2018

They Didn’t Add the “R”

I realized that I could not always believe what I read, just because it appeared in a “respected” media source, by a “respected”...

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Observe The Truth For Yourself!

Scientology Religion

February 16, 2018

Observe The Truth For Yourself!

I was born in 1943, too young to experience World War II. I am Jewish and as I grew older I learned about the Holocaust and...

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A Scientologist Wants to Leave a Great Legacy—How About You?

Religious Literacy

February 5, 2018

A Scientologist Wants to Leave a Great Legacy—How About You?

A legacy I want to be known for is that I helped others believe in the basic goodness of man, and that I helped others to...

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How to Get Others to Change Their Minds

Tolerance

December 27, 2017

How to Get Others to Change Their Minds

How many times have you tried to change someone’s mind about something by indicating where they were wrong? Did that work...

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Overcoming Discrimination—the ’69 World Series and Hurricanes Today

Tolerance

September 16, 2017

Overcoming Discrimination—the ’69 World Series and Hurricanes Today

In the late summer and fall of 1969 there was a great deal of hostility and discrimination between the Black and White communities...

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Scientologist’s Commencement Advice: How to Make This the Best of Times

Tolerance

August 2, 2017

Scientologist’s Commencement Advice: How to Make This the Best of Times

It was the best of times. I was on YouTube the other day and began watching some great commencement speeches, including one...

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If Religion is All Greek to You

Tolerance

May 15, 2017

If Religion is All Greek to You

I was raised Jewish, and I remember going to temple and reading from the Torah when I was 11. Unfortunately, I could read...

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Remembering the Holocaust, and a Remarkable Story of Survival

Religious Freedom

April 27, 2017

Remembering the Holocaust, and a Remarkable Story of Survival

Joe was a brilliant, hard-working man who, because he was Jewish, found himself a prisoner in a concentration camp in Poland...

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What Color are Your Eyes?

Religious Freedom

March 28, 2017

What Color are Your Eyes?

Discriminate: to make a difference in treatment or favor on a basis other than individual merit. If you have ever been discriminated...

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When Media Crosses the Line and Feeds the Flames of Religious Bigotry

When Media Crosses the Line and Feeds the Flames of Religious Bigotry

When major media becomes unfair, unjust and dishonest it threatens the bedrock of our society that depends on an honest evaluation...

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