Relationship between Religious Intolerance and Doctrines of Religious Supremacy


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Relationship between Religious Intolerance and Doctrines of Religious Supremacy
The western region is rapidly changing into the melting pot previously alluded to by the founding fathers of this country. However, with these changes comes many challenges. Migration into the United States has brought with it a fundamental need for acceptance and tolerance. The influx of diverse backgrounds, cultures and religions is a challenge to rethink policies and prejudices. Primarily, religious intolerance is still prominent in the United States of America. This research study proposes to survey 120 randomly selected participants to examine the relationship between religious intolerance and the accepted doctrines of religious supremacy....
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