Religious tolerance in British crown dependencies and Britis

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Re: Religious tolerance in British crown dependencies and Britis

#21  Postby BlackBart » Feb 12, 2018 3:07 pm

Fallible wrote:So you've been living in a bailiwick without even realising. Eww.


Kind of trumped by the knowledge that it's Penge. :ill:
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Re: Religious tolerance in British crown dependencies and Britis

#22  Postby Fallible » Feb 12, 2018 3:26 pm

Fair point.
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Re: Religious tolerance in British crown dependencies and Britis

#23  Postby viocjit » Feb 14, 2018 8:38 pm

aban57 wrote:
viocjit wrote:

But I'd like to know how Atheists are generally considered by the major part of the population in Bristish crown dependencies and BOT.
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NOTE : You can use Wikipedia to know more about these areas.


So you want us to go to wikipedia, to get information to answer your question ?? :what:

Also, why all the uppercase ?


I use uppercase because I thought it was more aesthetic.

I wrote you can use Wikipedia to know more about these places.
It doesn't means I ask you to go to this online encyclopaedia.
Excuse me for this misunderstanding.
If I was doing that it wouldn't be fair.

LucidFlight wrote:I wonder, to what extent is religious tolerance mandated by the British government or by Britishness itself? Could this have some bearing on population behaviour throughout its Crown dependencies and overseas territories?


I'm speaking about the population itself in these different places.
Why I'm asking the question for the different places and not the whole ?
I think things can be different accorded to your living place because each of these have its own history.

Back to your question. That's a good question but I haven't the answer.
In my knowledge Anglicanism is the official religion of England and others territories of UK haven't an official religion.
The official religion of all three crown dependencies is Anglicanism if I'm right.
I don't know about British Overseas territories.

Even if Anglicanism is the official religion of England.
Atheists are respected by the majority of population as BlackBart explained.

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This will tell you everything you need to know about the Isle of Man.


Thanks for this humoristic video.
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