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Posted by Mira Healy on

What makes one person’s beliefs better than someone else’s? The answer, most would agree, is nothing - they are both entitled to their beliefs and to have their beliefs respected. If you observe a Hindu and a Moslem arguing about whose faith is superior, as an outsider you would think both are entitled to their opinions and they should respect each other. But this is easier for this to occur if these are not your beliefs. What happens if you are also a Hindu or Moslem? Could you still remain truly impartial and objectively assess the opposing belief for its...

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