On this episode of the Christopher Scott Talk Show Podcast:
Saudi Arabia says it's going to allow Christian Churches. It's being called a historic decision. This is good news. More good news on top of the good news about North Korea. Prior to this agreement Christians couldn't freely practice in Saudi Arabia. Now, through a peaceful agreement, successful dialogue that's changing.
There was no holy war, no crusades in fact there wasn’t even a single protest. Personally I think this is a very positive indication for the possibility of world peace. I know it almost sounds childish to say that and, you might be asking what does this have to do with peace. I'll explain that but, why is world peace such a crazy idea? Why is the idea of different religions peacefully respecting each other so hard to comprehend? Is it because we've been led to believe it's not possible? We've been told for decades now that religion is obsolete and that the other religion is evil, bad and violent.
Here's my questions on this:
In a world that seems to be moving so progressively what does it about a country that has to change its laws to allow certain religious practices?
Why should people be free to practice their faith?
What does this say about the future of religion?
And, how is this tied to the prospects for world peace.
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