Essay heading: Multiculturalism, Christian Faith, & Ignorance Accommodation

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Christians should endorse both of these goals. But the freethinkers of our vast region known as America advocating on the side of good (multiculturalism) grossly beyond these demands for sensitivity and inclusion leaving themselves susceptible to scathing criticisms' from with their religious sects. Parker 1 One of the difficulties of accepting multiculturalists is that defining a multicultural society or institution seems to be determined by one's perspective...
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A commonly held view suggests that being multicultural involves tolerance towards racial and ethnic minorities, mainly in the areas of dress, language, food, religious beliefs, and other cultural manifestations. An influential group calling itself NAME, or the National Association for Multicultural Education, includes in its philosophy statement the following: "Xenophobia, discrimination, racism, classism, sexism, and homophobia are societal phenomena that are inconsistent with the principles of a democracy and lead to the counterproductive reasoning that differences are deficiencies...
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