To accommodate or not to accommodate that is the question.

Someone who calls him-/herself an atheist and who believes in no god or gods has a right to say so loudly and clearly in public without fear of persecution or retribution.

Someone who calls him-/herself a believer and believes in a god or gods has a right to say so loudly and clearly in public without fear of persecution or retribution.

Someone who calls him-/herself an agnostic and who thinks that we don’t know whether or not there is a god or gods has a right to say so loudly and clearly in public without fear of persecution or retribution.

Someone who thinks that an acceptance of science must lead to the rejection of religion has a right to say so loudly and clearly in public without fear of persecution or retribution.

Someone who thinks that science and religion are compatible has a right to say so loudly and clearly in public without fear of persecution or retribution.

Someone who thinks that the whole discussion is a waste of time and energy has a right to say so loudly and clearly in public without fear of persecution or retribution.

No one has the right to claim that they and only they are right.

Me? I like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

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