24 January 2011
Is it always right to uphold your religious convictions?
Interestingly, I agree with the Catholic father. Religious people has been granted the right by the society to practice their faith. This basic freedom of religion also implies that other people will have other belief system. Hence, religious people are allowed to apply their belief to other people.
So the answer to this question is yes, you can always uphold your religious convictions to yourself, but you are not allowed to extend that to others.