Are you religious? If so, should you apologise for your beliefs?

United States
November 12, 2009 9:59pm CST
Hi people. Sometimes I feel that good religious folk are finding it tough these days, because they are made to feel ashamed of being religious, and have views based on their religion's morality. Many non-believers love to mock, joke and jeer those who do have faith and do believe. They wish to deny the religious person the comfort of holding onto their views. Do you feel the same way? If you are religious, do you find that its more difficult to be religious? If you are not a religious person, do you think that religious people have a right to certain beliefs, especially in the area of morality, even if they are at odds with your own values? Happy myLotting!
1 response
• Chennai, India
13 Nov 09
Yes, I'm religious, and no, I don't feel anything uncomfortable. If someone is uncomfortable with me, it's their problem. Not mine. What's there about morality? When someone of my own religion is not morale, does it mean that the whole religion is so? (It would be pathetic if someone thinks so) I'm confident and I'm not the other way. What's there to be uncomfortable?
• United States
13 Nov 09
Hi. I agree with you. If my religion finds certain behaviours wrong and immoral, and you arent of my religion, why should you have a problem with it... I think a lot of non believers want everyone to have no faith and no morals. That's their problem, not mine!