I am a religious guy, ask me anything and I will give you the most honest answer I have under my belt. However in a world where being attacked for your religion is the quickest way to activism I have to question the honestly and character of people who cry foul on the basis of religion.
Recently a bus driver was fired supposedly for praying while transporting children. Those children have filed petitions to get him rehired, despite the fact the school says his termination was due to securing a handicap person in a wheelchair improperly. In a country so hell bent on separation of church and state (something that does not exist in the constitution) I some how find it hard to believe that the school would need to concoct a make believe reason to fire this guy, when being to religious probably would have fit the bill fine. This Fox News interview, addresses some issues in this case, as well as other issues concerning religion and interaction with non religious groups.
I will say the atheist in the interview panel seems a bit angry, and sure does hang on to that statistic of 1/3 college students are atheist (a stat I personally do not believe). The interview indirectly raises a few interesting points. At what point do you stop being a Christian do you only pray in a closet as one of the hosts says? What obligations to others do you have as a Christian, and how do you treat/interact with those opposed to your belief systems?
I would love to hear from you all about what you think and how you interact with those that have different belief systems.