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Worship Versus Religion By

Written By: Dan Stanley  |  Posted: Thursday, March 1st, 2012


                Recently, candidate Rick Santorum made a distinction between these two words in issue his warning and opinion concerning President Obama.  His premise was freedom to worship was different than freedom of religion.  The first would be freedom to believe something, whereas the second would be the freedom to practice it.  One is confined to an idea (and maybe a meeting for that purpose), while the other effects our everyday interactions with the world in which we live as well as personal lifestyle.

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