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fundamentalism because of
the different kinds of religious fundamentalism, which counts on any kind of independent thinking, and is ready to physically assault people who don't agree with them on their own version of what? what is religion and things like that? There are four distinguished speakers
a very brief introduction
on the subject,
I found a warning,
allow them to come up
Now, the pieces are as follows.
It's a custom belonging to the religious order. For several years, he worked as an agent in
Bombay, as a communication speaker, writer, and producer of audio visual materials.
We also have Dr. Ross, Aditya,
Professor of 3d and I read for over 40 years after the Kodak college bombing.
Dr. Diaz is a right by profession. And he has
a deep study of the subject under depression.
From Medical College, he's the Secretary General of
learning Research Foundation
of comparative religion, and then towards the end
will be extracted from all regions,
including data and opening.
The final speaker is honey will have to be thinking of translating the conclusion into Marathi. So we have four different four speakers of different caliber different categories, it's going to be a very interesting
product to start out,
to kick off
once and quite quickly.
And after that they
very misleading. Because I think what's important to understand I think, this is very, very quick to understand why or to close.
We have over 30
times technological progress
has come back again, to the store to the headlines of newspapers
and aspects of religion had already died.
Not only that
religion has a fundamentalist
Muslim fundamentalism and
Pakistan and all over the world.
There's also fundamentals and
and also for
so what I want to do now is go
back to some of the organizers a little while ago, and have a relevant political problem in this country.
orienting to understand the mindset of the 100
I hope he will come back a little later
year in Orthodox
to orthodox beliefs and traditions
the fact that you are the person, he is not generally speaking,
if you are a fundamentalist,
the arguments of most secularists are
careful by the de facto fundamentalism
so, what I'm doing now
individuals and communities and have the capacity to operate
the open, a dialogue without
and acceptance of
many other things that I think are important in our own context, firstly, an interpretation of the Scriptures.
Secondly, a dialogue with other opinions
when they come from within the religion or from outside.
So, for example, christian fundamentalists, as mentioned, you have the Moral Majority in the United States,
many of the
one of the reasons
because they believe
to abort a child is tantamount to murder.
Preparing over dinner dialogue.
So, the first thing would be
and interpretation of the future.
To practice, you have to
that God alone
variable, we have
to make loads of their own by kind of moving content the majority contain variables
and verb laws.
been open to dialogue with those who don't accept it.
most countries of the world
without those who did not believe in
your familia for example.
finding out someone who
in Germany under 16
houses of America
we'll have another opinion
in Germany and the
houses opinion on yours
with the gallery,
gallery or an asset to the camera,
Today, most countries in the world are not
there is a kind of going back to theocracy. In certain parts of the world, you come to this in a moment.
One of the things is based on regulation, it's not based
on reason, it's not based on anything can be scientifically validated.
You don't have
to fragrancing is going to uphold the law
thereby a hierarchical
secular government and country
and those kinds of
things defective who has the right to choose
in Europe it was
in a lot of countries.
As we saw recently one of the world's at all at the height of the IoT operations it was the one who came to the fore and they hope for Kentucky Fried Chicken.
So, you see,
when you get to the continent, you can't avoid the fact that he has come to the fore and take hold of the whole world.
we're wanting to find
out the nature of theocracy and how fundamental
to geography fundamental
and as interpreted by OKC for the
when we are at the end of time,
so many Third World democratic countries
in other words, they have not succeeded in bringing about equitable society.
In other words
discountable region and other
parts of the world
communist countries Eastern Bloc.
This has been one reason why
and we will try to come back again to the backdoor.
Also, we must remember that 4000
was the experience of the waist is in wonderful fashion.
I was remarking some years ago and
prices are different
no idea how much
this is something that fell on his own.
You taking into account
payments of millions of
Islamic countries or whether they are a Buddhist country, living
When they look at
investment into the investment, already secular and
a reason right 1000s of religious leaders say there's nothing you can hope for from that kind of civilization, children are on drugs,
come back to your own roots, come back to Islam come back to
come back to the Bible
from one region
to the growing in popularity, for example, all over today young or not,
in title and in other parts of
the game to be offered.
To go back to a simpler time that
be valid for free country
closer, and to keep us over there and say right now, all of us
care for the challenges to make a democratic secular society work
on fundamentals and all those countries.
alone, the goal was to hold the fundamentals because
10 25% of the budget
and that is one reason why, although the Continental parties,
aka the Democratic Party
are trying to give you an idea how
and why it has a certain date and what we can do in other words,