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People do, indeed, hate having their beliefs challenged. Great point!
Generally highly religious cities, countries, etc. have no tolerance for “diversity”, especially in religion. Their idea is usually to run off or forcefully convert everybody who’s different.
The US is considered highly religious. What evidence would you present for forced conversion? Without going back 150 to 200 years in time, what large scale forced conversions can you present against Christianity? Or even Islam, in the US?
I’ve been physically threatened by religious people because I’m not religious. I didn’t act angry or defiant when I mentioned it. It’s just a natural response of most believers.
I don’t know of any forced conversions over the last couple of decades here but just give them the chance….
Religious people live longer so they can make life miserable for as many people as possible. They are the most unpleasant people on the planet, but rarely appreciate how much they are reviled.
With that type of nasty post against billions of people you don’t know and have already judged, it’s easy to see why you would live a less long and happy life.
On the contrary, I have a successful career in medicine and a loving family. I just don’t feel it necessary to impose my beliefs on others, which fortunately most religious people do. The religious are never tolerant of others being convinced only their version is the correct one. History has borne me out.
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