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NeoNotes — Religious discrimination

Can you name an American Christian today who does not have the religious freedom to practice their faith?

Now for the second (and harder) part of that question.

Do American Christians face more or less persecution than Americans of other faiths?

*nods* And there are other religious groups who are discriminated against regularly.

Can we agree that religious discrimination is bad without specifying discrimination against Christians?

Without saying that anti-Christian discrimination is uniquely terrible and worth special attention?

Yes, and there are some reasons for that. Reasons that if I list here, people will take offense.

I can also say that with a few exceptions, religious discrimination is rising in general, although not as much as it is against Christians.

I've no interest in being fair.

I'm interested in human rights.

I'm not pushing homosexual rights, Muslim rights, or even pagan rights.

I'm interested in human rights.

Some of the worst discrimination I've ever faced was from Christians. Some who were related to me.

The moment you escalate your victimhood over all others because of a label is the second you've lost my interest.

I've every reason to fight religious discrimination.

I've no reason to fight anti-Christian discrimination. class="ghoster">

NeoNotes are the selected comments that I made on other boards, in email, or in response to articles where I could not respond directly.

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