by Jane Huang
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What is intolerance? What
Tolerance vs. intolerance is a
matter of action not belief.
Understand that we have
things in common.
Comments on religion
Have faith, the content is
Religions have nothing to
do with God.
Are you open to other beliefs
besides your own?
You don't need religion to have these
capacities. One could say these feelings are
not genuine if only done because of God's
Identifying yourself as a certain religion
seems sensitive. I think we are too
Sadly, I think political correctness can
be intolerant too. We have taken it too
How many victimes will it take for us to realize
that we automatically judge people? Our
judgemental attitudes need to be examined first.
Thou shalt keep thy religion
It is intolerant to force your
beliefs on people.
People have different ideas of
what "forcing" means.
The problem with problematic
religious people is that they are
You are your own God.
Having self-confidence is very
important. But we are not
People are so passionate about their beliefs
that they can momentarily forget what their
religion is about.
To understand God
To support the practice of the values
embedded in our faith and well-being as
Finding a meaning in life.
Instead of arguing, people should
practice what they preach and help
To spread love and
compassion in the world
What is religious tolerance?
Loving yourself and others
Loving everyone the same
Be considerate. Everyone has
Not dividing peoples
Being culturally aware.
Tolerance is not letting
your opinions blind
Respecting other's beliefs.
What is respect?, Respect is putting yourself in
someone else's shoes.
What counts as acceptance?
I find though that we have boundaries o
rrestrictions for acceptance. How much love
are we willing to give?
I'm a strong atheist, but I know we can be
close-minded and intolerant too. Make love,
The bottom and only line is love. I think of
loving the person even if they ahve different
beliefs. It's not tolerance per say, it is love.
What do we need to
Is religious tolerance
It is possible to accept and treat each other
with respect while acknowledging and talking
about our different beliefs.
Yes! There can be dialogue and tolerance
but you need to respect other people's
Tolerance is possible, but it isn't
lucrative; that's why no one wants it.
Religion is tolerable if it tolerates democracy and stays out
of politics, not imposing decisions upon people who don't
believe what the decisions are based on. (God, afterlife,
When I think about what harm Christianity
has done, I find it hard to believe in
The Crusades? The Inquisition?
Ireland? The Middle East?
Thanks for all your ideas so
far! Keep posting, thinking
If you'd like: 1) More information on Campus for Christ UBC
that hosted the Religious Tolerance talk 2) to discuss
spirituality and Christianity in person 3) to give suggestions
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