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  • Williams Brand Of Religious Freedom
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    Tate Hamilton Dr. BeckenbaughHistory 201 September 30, 2002 Religious Freedoms or Lack There Of Religious freedom can be viewed in different ways depending on the person or persons seeking the freedom. One group may search for the freedom to practice their own religion, such as the pilgrims and the puritans. However others may view religious freedom as the right to openly practice any religion, a view portrayed in, "Roger Williams on Liberty of Conscience". These different views are all but insi...
  • Ten Commandments Monument
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    Heather Elliott Sept. 02, 2003 The Ten Commandments monument should be removed is because it was put there dishonestly. If the circumstances of this situation were different, in that case I would agree that the Ten Commandments monument should stay. Then I take into consideration how the monument ended up in the public courthouse, and I can see why it should be removed. Perhaps the monument should not go away where it will never be seen again, but taken to a place where it can be seen by anyone ...
  • Separation Of Church And State
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    The Role of Religion in American Society For many years we have heard about the separation of church and state. Despite being written as part of the First Amendment in the Constitution, can the two really be separated What law actually dictates the separation of church and state The truth is that the government has never passed a law implementing a separation of church and state. What is actually written in the Constitution is: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,...
  • Religions And Religious Freedom
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    How does Catholicism view other religions and religious freedom? Catholics and many other religions have the same view on other religions then there own. Catholics believe that everyone is entitled to their own personal freedom and have there own choices. They share the same vision as the Vatican Council, which is the council that tries to maintain freedom. People nowadays are conscious and there is a growing demand that people should exercise their own judgement. More and more people are demand...
  • Fundamentalists And Freedom
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    Fundamentalists and Stasis. Fundamentalists can be rule-bound. Yes, they worship a single, male God who makes the rules. Yes, those rules do involve a certain amount of social control and self-control not particularly in favor in today's world. Yes, fundamentalists are sometimes more interested in control than in understanding. And lastly, yes, fundamentalists are in some senses "anti-magic". Fundamentalists and Freedom. Now let us take a second look. Fundamentalists follow the rules -- but whos...
  • Freedom From Religion
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    Since the formation of human existence there has always been a form of government. Whether it was just one man ruling or a group of rulers, we have always been controlled by some other force. Today our government has been compiled through the very first settlers of the colonies, escaping the harsh punishments of their government and religion. However, the government that we follow today is based upon religion. The Puritans, Quakers, and Catholics all contributed to the development of America's g...

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