Maybe I read it wrong but where is the discrimination part. Everybody is entitled to their religious beliefs, of course, but no one should try to convert any one else. respect others religious beliefs and don't try to cram yours down their throats. Religion is personal and everyone should respect others. Just keep it to yourself.
There is so much complete fail in this statement. Where did you get this view from? What makes it true?
Oh, and stop trying to cram your views down my throat. What I do with my religion is up to me and who are you to tell me what to do with it?
See how that works? You just contradicted yourself with your statement. Telling people that they cannot share their religious views because it is cramming their views down someone's throat is actually cramming your view down their throat. What makes you right and them wrong?
And yes, it is an integral part of the Christian faith to share it with others. The "Gospel" is the "Good News" that is to be proclaimed and heralded. Central to Christianity is the sharing of the "Good News" ie Gospel. There is no such thing as private Christianity that keeps it to oneself. It ceases to be Christianity at that point.
So, telling Christians that they cannot share their faith with others is to infringe upon their freedom of religion. Now, they cannot force conversion, but that is also against the teachings of Christianity anyway. Christianity says that a believer is to tell, announce, proclaim, and share the Good News but is to never force his views upon someone else. Of course, having a conversation and sharing a view is not forcing or an act of violence. Where that view comes from and how it is only applied to Christianity is quite interesting.
This post was edited on 5/1 at 7:58 am