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Life of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.s - Yasir Qadhi - 1

Life of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.s - Yasir Qadhi - 1 seerah...

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junaise's curator insight, May 13, 2014 3:36 AM

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Religons in Paraguay

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Most of Paraguay is Roman Catholic. There is around 89.6% of the population that are Roman Catholic. There are also Protestant and other christianities in Paraguay. There is around 6.2% Protestant and 1.1% other Christianities. There are also some unspecified religons in Paraguay. This takes up around 1.9% of the culture, and there is around 1.1% of people that doesn't have a religon. 


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Alan Watts - Buddhism: The Religion of No-Religion Pt. 1/7

Part 1 of 7 - Journey from India (Pt. I / II) Alan Watts is hailed as the person responsible for bridging the gap between eastern and western philosophies. A...
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The Jewish Outlook

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Freedom of Religion

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Free information and classroom educational materials related to The First Amendment and Constitution Day.

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Ryan Hussey's curator insight, January 24, 2013 8:48 PM

The First Amendment contains to clauses on the freedom of religion. The first part is known as the Establishment Clause. The second part is known as the Free Exercise Clause.The Establishment Clause prohibits the government from passing laws that will establish an official religion or preferring one religion over another. The courts have interpreted the establishment clause to accomplish the separation of church and state. The Free Exercise Clause prohibits the government from interfering with a person’s practice of his or her religion. Religious freedom is no doubt an absolute right, and it includes the right to practice any religion of a person's choice, or not to practice any religion at all, and to do this without government control.