you also mean “study the religion that goes along with it.”
Yes, even less interesting.
Fair game to what …
Fair game to have contempt for what they believe (broad Christianity, the work of other missionaries) and to take advantage of their openness and innocence of the western religious spectrum to corner them at one extreme end with the strange beliefs of a small secretive American sect.
American youths should go to places like that to broaden their own outlook by learning about other cultures, and not to impose their own narrow world view on others.
Are you saying it’s wrong to choose a religion that differs from your parents?
I have no problem with people changing their religious beliefs, only with those who make it their goal to change other people. More respect; live and let live; you don’t know it all.
So, you’re interested in claiming to know what you’re talking about online, but not interested in studying enough to actually know.
I guess that explains a lot.
And did missionaries mug your grandmother or something? Sheesh.
Missionaries present people with a choice: learn more or not. You disagreeing with how some respond to that choice doesn’t mean there was force involved.
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