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Same values, different beliefs?

16 May 2024

2:52 AM

16 May 2024

2:52 AM

Values and beliefs are not the same. People can support each other’s values while holding different beliefs. But if we do not accept that we might have different beliefs, then it can be very hard to find voluntary common ground with our values.

That is because our beliefs are what we put our faith in has human beings who seek meaning, truth, justice, forgiveness, and grace – although some belief systems are not very interested in the last two.

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