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Is all part of the long range plan to bring The United States of America to her knees
I used to enjoy going up to St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN. And if it weren't for my favorite relative on mom's side living up there, I wouldn't go back. They have a HUGE population of muslims. And of course even the local media rarely covers the incidents, but my cousin no longer wants to go out in the evening because you don't know if you're going to run into a roaming gang of muslim cockroaches. They have people being assaulted and vandalism all the time, and it's never reported. And now MN has allowed them to infiltrate their government.
I like America. I like the Constitution. I like our form of government. I like our culture
I do not like Islam. I do not like Sharia Law. I do not like Radical Islamic Terrorism.
Every place where large numbers of Muslims immigrate (including France, Germany, England), they have NOT assimilated they have demanded their ghettos be ruled by Sharia Law. They become "NO GO Zones" where police DO NOT DARE GO! Rape, robberies and murders have increased.
I do not want my country to become like that!
Liberals want the total destruction of The United States of America as a world power.
Liberals want the United States to become a third world country.
WHAT is it going to take to convince the idiots that islam is not a religion of peace? For that matter.....a religion AT ALL...
Faith Spirituality Belief Religion
Faith— Most of us think of “faith” in supernatural terms, as in “faith in God.” This is actually more of what psychologists of religion would call “belief” (see below). Faith, from a more naturalistic, psychological perspective, is merely the innate drive to search for meaning, purpose and significance.
From infancy, every human person has an innate sense that “there is something more than just me” and a drive to discover what that might be. The baby calls out for the mother even when the mother is gone from view. In the same way, all people, whether they are believers or not, seek the deeper meaning, purpose, and significance that exists in life, relationships and the things that happen to us. We recognize this basic striving as “faith” and it is a universal part of being human. Even atheists have this kind of faith. I think this is an especially useful understanding of the term because of its universality. We often hear that “faith is a gift” but when we see so many people who do not believe in God, we wonder if God simply did not gift those people with faith. The answer is that everyone has the gift of faith–that innate drive to seek meaning, purpose and significance–but some people have exercised this innate gift more than others, allowing their faith to be better defined than others.
Spirituality—For psychologists of religion, the term “spirituality” represents both the things on which a person focuses his or her faith (e.g, God, church, nature, etc) and the things he or she does to try to make a connection with those things (prayer, sacraments, hiking). In other words, spirituality represents the paths a person’s faith (as defined above) travels as it seeks meaning, purpose, and significance. In these terms, faith is an internal feeling, a sense that there is “something more.” By contrast, spirituality represents the effort to find out what that “something more” might be. Spirituality results when one’s faith that has been activated.
Belief–Belief represents the truths claims I make as a result of my spiritual journey. When, as a result of my spiritual striving, I decide that “this is true” and “this is not” I am articulating various “beliefs” that I hold because of experiences I have had while trying to satisfy my innate sense of faith (i.e., that innate human longing for meaning, purpose, and significance) by engaging in various spiritual practices and pursuits.
Religion–Religion refers to the community of people who share similar beliefs and who work together to provide both support for going deeper into those beliefs and accountability for living up to those beliefs. Religions codify beliefs into sacred texts and–by means of rituals and moral practices–seek to facilitate the deepest possible connection with the beliefs the particular community holds.
Of course you should feel free to use whatever terms you want in your conversation with your friends and family about these issues, but these distinctions can be helpful in discussions with people who wonder why so-and-so “doesn’t have the gift of faith” or what it really means when someone says they are “spiritual but not religious” or any number of other exchanges that can get bogged down when people use words in poorly-defined, little understood ways.
How is it ok to let people in that hate you and want you dead. Really?? Religion or not they will all tell you this. No one of muslim faith will assimilate - so there you go.. They don't want to be here at all.
In response to Oleg's post I must say I agree and wrote about the satanic cult of islam: http://www.conservativedailynews.com/2015/09/islam-is-a-satanic-cul...
"Multiculturalism is a large part of the problem where it is accepted as a normal religion."
Multiculturalism is not viable when one of those 'cultures' is hell-bent upon the destruction of all the others. We are aware that they want nothing to do with Christians and Jews. Does anyone remember the two Buddha statues in the desert that were blown up because they were "UN-ISLAMIC"? How many more are there? I don't claim to know how many Religions there are that rate as genuine belief systems, content to allow others to believe differently, without killing them.
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