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From Facebook: An olive branch of religious tolerance

November 5, 2010

On Facebook, someone I’m friends with posted a status about the fact that Oklahoma banned Sharia law. (Whatever that means…since in America we don’t use Sharia law to begin with). I trolled for a while, and then afterward, some people started posting seriously. Here’s what one guy wrote:

Very interesting conversation and viewpoints. I agree that it was a ridiculous waste of time to put that bill on the ballot. Even in Dearborn, Michigan, where I went to high school and where there is a large Muslim community, U.S. law and state law — not Sharia law — are the practice. Moreover, I don’t think of us as only a Christian nation. That would leave out Jewish people, Muslims, Buddhists, Mormons, agnostics, atheists, etc. We are a multi-cultural, multi-religious nation, and that is a blessing, in my opinion.

Oh, ok. Mormons foiled once again. I guess the question is: does this even matter?

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  1. Frankly, Mormons are in better company in that listing than they would be if lumped with the evangelicals in the “Christian” category.

  2. True.

    But is it official? Is Christian a term that is primarily “owned” by evangelicals? I never got the memo.

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