There is widespread religious intolerance or a propensity for misunderstanding other groups of people who hold different beliefs. For as long as we can remember, religious differences have fueled discrimination, violence and war.
Religious intolerance has been encouraged and exploited by governments and special interests to divide people in order to gain power and subvert outcomes, goals more easily acquired when people see the “other” as a threat to their own beliefs.
Is religious intolerance like racial tolerance, gender tolerance…? Do we need to agree with what other people believe, or, as humans, extend them the freedom to believe and act as their religion requests?
Join us in a conscious discussion about this crucial topic at Center for Spiritual Living Boulder Valley.
** Note that there will be two community dialogues on the topic. They will cover different questions, but it is not necessary to attend both. Please come when you can!