It also protects the right to peaceful protest and to petition the government. And yet they CLAIM that they respect all people rights and believe that all people rights should be equal and all people should have freedom of speech and religion. But evidence suggests that people’s opinion of what God thinks is actually what they believe is right and wrong, not the other way around. The contribution that religion can make to peacemaking--as the flip side of religious conflict--is only beginning to be explored and explicated. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the freedom of speech, religion and the press. As a nation, we’ve made a lot of progress, but stereotyping and unequal treatment persist. That their religious beliefs should not guide their day-to-day actions. Yes THEY destroy 7 years of my life! In the popular mind, to discuss religion in the context of international affairs automatically raises the specter of religious-based conflict. Our country's founders -- who were of different religious backgrounds themselves -- knew the best way to protect religious liberty was to keep the government out of religion. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution says that everyone in the United States has the right to practice his or her own religion, or no religion at all. Freedom of speech! NOW! But no one hear them! The many other dimensions and impacts of religion tend to be downplayed or even neglected entirely. Freedom of religion is protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits laws establishing a national religion or impeding the free exercise of religion for its citizens. These people who shout about human right! Equal right! Wait a MINUTE sir! Ideas can be tolerated without being respected. I once embraced that deeply and fully. (Patriotism and political ideologies can count here.) But then I acquired a strong self-identity as an honest intellectual, which often conflicts with common religious practices. Many believe their morality comes from their religion. ... from 17th-century debates about religious freedom to recent discussions about mass immigration, a key understanding of tolerance is … A As with spoken religious speech, employers can share their religious beliefs with their employees in print form such as pamphlets, books, and newsletters.60 Employers must be careful, however, not to give employees the impression that they have to agree with the employer's religious beliefs in order to keep their job or get a promotion. Freedom of religion! Most people want, and gain value from, religious-like communities, strongly bonded by rituals, mutual aid, and implausible beliefs. Bias is a human condition, and American history is rife with prejudice against groups and individuals because of their race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or other characteristics. Religious freedom preserves America’s diversity, where people of different faiths, worldviews, and beliefs can peacefully live together without fear of …