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Religious Freedom is part of the US Constitution, as such it requires much thought as well. Atheists seem to be the most persecuted group in the US – here are some questions to ponder. Choose 2 to answer:
The freedom of religion is a right included in the U.S. Constitution. It allows people to practice any religion in public or private without being persecuted. How does this policy of religious freedom compare with how people are allowed to practice (or not practice) religion in your country of origin?
Should everyone in a country have the right to practice any religion they wish? Why or why not?
Do you think the government should have the ability to “manage” religious expression? Should the government should be guided by religious principles? Why or why not?
Do atheists have any special problems in your country (if your origin country is not the US)?
In 2009 a campaign started which promoted the slogan: “God probably doesn’t exist, now stop worrying and get on with your life.” What is your opinion of this?
The well-known atheist Richard Dawkins once said: “We are all atheists about 99% of the gods which have ever existed – some of us just go one god further.” What is your opinion of this statement?
Many atheists maintain they do not believe in God because there is no evidence God exists. What is your opinion?
Do you think people who don’t believe in God or gods can live good lives? Where do you think people who don’t believe in God or gods get their moral compass?