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The Golden Rule - As seen from Christianity, Unitarianism, Native Spirituality, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, Judaism, Islam, Baha'i Faith, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism & Sikhism. It's a global rule, folks.

World Religions: The Golden Rule Across Cultures

The Golden Rule - As seen from Christianity, Unitarianism, Native Spirituality, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, Judaism, Islam, Baha'i Faith, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism & Sikhism. It's a global rule, folks.

I myself am agnostic but I feel that people should know that everyone's beliefs should be respected because you may not know everything about that belief and even if you did, it should be respected anyway.

I myself am agnostic but I feel that people should know that everyone's beliefs should be respected because you may not know everything about that belief and even if you did, it should be respected anyway.

Don't know if I believe Hitler was much of a Christian at all, and I don't know if I would call Malcolm X the best Muslim I've ever heard of... but I totally agree with what this is saying.

Get over it

Don't know if I believe Hitler was much of a Christian at all, and I don't know if I would call Malcolm X the best Muslim I've ever heard of... but I totally agree with what this is saying.

So prove to me that all christianity stuff isn't made up. And I think it was made up by people who hadn't been lucky enough to have been royal born, but were determined to figure out a job that would result in their being treated like kings. The Pope's crown? The robes? The throne? Give me a break.

So prove to me that all christianity stuff isn't made up. And I think it was made up by people who hadn't been lucky enough to have been royal born, but were determined to figure out a job that would result in their being treated like kings. The Pope's crown? The robes? The throne? Give me a break.

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The Dalai Lama took to Facebook to tell his four million friends that "religion is no longer adequate”.

The destructive myth about religion that Americans disproportionately believe

The Dalai Lama took to Facebook to tell his four million friends that "religion is no longer adequate”.

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