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My family is very religious.
And also a lot of Muslims are no more religious then the average Swede. For them it’s natural that human rights come first.
I believe that religious faith schools are highly dubious.
The required cheerfulness that characterizes many of our churches produces a suffocating environment of pat, religious answers to the painful, complex questions that riddle the lives of hurting people.
Divorce these days is a religious vow, as if the proper offspring of marriage.
The Boy Scouts of America is no longer entirely what people think it is. Essentially, it has been hijacked by religious conservatives.
I am a deeply spiritual and religious person both privately and publicly.
I don’t think that the permanence of the individual human soul is an indispensable part of religious thought.
Strong religious identities survive and thrive. But more than ever before, even in their most conservative iterations, they are chosen.
Mystery is a birthright of theology and faith, but you often do find religious people grasping for answers that shut things down and narrow what is possible.
A good meditation, even when it is interrupted by occasional nodding, is much more beneficial than many outward religious exercises.
I grew up in a religious environment, and I’m proud of it.
That text-books be permitted in Catholic schools such as will not offend the religious views of the minority, and which from an educational standpoint shall be satisfactory to the advisory board.
The good news is that a vast majority of Indians from different religions see no contradiction between religiosity and liberalism, keep India stable. We religious liberals don’t talk loudly enough.
India has a long tradition of reinterpreting religious myths.