Sharing ethical and moral values is more important than what we believe

Sunny HundalSunny Hundal (left) writes in the Guardian’s Comment is Free that a dividing line is continually being created between believers and non-believers which makes discussion very difficult.With religion becoming more prominent in Britain and in many cases the believers becoming more conservative, the only scenario that seems to be on offer is conflict between the believers and non-believers over political rights.

Instead he believes the dividing line should be over ethics and values. It should be between those believe in political, social and economic equality for all and those who don’t. Such a re-drawing of the map could include believers and non-believers in both camps. Read the article here


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