“Religious freedom” is a valid rationale for denying certain rights/benefits to certain people.

Home Forums Clamoring for Change “Religious freedom” is a valid rationale for denying certain rights/benefits to certain people.

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    Guy Nave
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    As a way of provoking curiosity and pushing participants to evaluate their position on particular topics, all forum discussions are designed with a “provocative statement” as the basis for the discussion.

    Participants should respond to the forum statement with strongly agree, somewhat agree, unsure, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree and then in their comments explain why.

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    Megan Carmean
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    Strongly disagree. I do not agree with this statement because I feel that denying or granting certain rights/benefits to certain people should not be based on their religion or religious freedom. I feel that it should be equal for everyone; all employees in the same position at the same company should receive the same benefits unless the employee themself denies.

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