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Religious Literacy

RELIGIOUS LITERACY
The most popular attraction is always the chimp enclosure, where people get to sit and laugh at the antics of the resident troupe—a caricature and mirror of human society.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
I come from a large, affectionate family that includes grandparents, parents, sisters, aunts, uncles and cousins. Looking back many years, when we were all much younger, family occasions would fill a house to the rafters with love, gossip and good food.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
Responsible freedom of choice lies at the heart of the Scientology religion. It’s a theme which runs throughout our sacred literature. Freedom of choice coupled with a pro-survival orientation toward all areas of life determine the actions of an ethical being.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
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 escape from behavior patterns that did not align with their basic goodness.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
Religion was on my mind as I recently worked with a music producer in Nashville who is a devout Christian.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
The line in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution has been nearly beaten meaningless by repetition: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” This line has been interpreted as a “separation of church and state.”
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
You won’t find anyone whose pupils contract that doesn’t believe something. From the time we are born, we “believe” everything we sense, and we compute with it.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
I’ve heard people speak of organized religion rather distastefully. Organized government takeover or organized guerrilla warfare might seem lighter, more acceptable subjects today.
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
For surely all of us should know acceptance is the way to go, that people differ, east to west, and one man’s faith is not the best
RELIGIOUS LITERACY
Religion is like marriage: there’s so much to criticize about it, yet people still want to tie the knot. Marriage is designed to fulfill a need: the need for companionship, solace and pleasure in the pursuit of posterity. Clearly, we need it.