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Theological "correctness" is religious absolutism!

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Submitted by No_Absolute (United States), Mar 6, 2008 at 16:19

The answer is simple- Yes! Asserting that your own religious views are and opinions are "correct" and therefore above those of others who might disagree, for what amounts to little more than sectarian bias is in and of itself an expression of religious absolutism. Furthermore, I know plenty of people who have found their peace in variant Christian sects, non-Christian faiths, and even those who hold to no particular faith. No doubt, your biases would describe that as an anathema. I call it freedom.

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