Posted on 04 April 2015 by the Editors. Tags: discrimination, filipino freethinkers, Indiana, laws, lgbt, podcast, Politics, Religion, video
This week we talk about an Indiana state law that has effectively allowed discriminating against anyone for religious reasons.
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What if someone in authority ask you to kill an innocent person? In a democratic country, you have the right not to do it, especially if doing that is against your conscience meaning it is a grave act for you.
What if someone ask you to do something against your religious beliefs (assuming of course that you have)? In a country promoting religious freedom, you have the right not to do ti since it is against your religious conscience.
That freedom of religion restoration law is not in itself discriminatory. It protects one’s conscience, especially the religious ones.
What can you say?
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