Discussion in 'Human Science' started by mmatt9876, May 1, 2017.
Could the moderators please delete this topic because it has brought me a lot of anxiety. Thank you.
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I gave it some thought and I do not believe there is anything wrong with this thread. I also do not believe it has to be deleted anymore. Thank you.
I believe I had read somewhere that Ireland was invaded and colonized by the English, Scottish, Normans, and Vikings over the years. I wonder if it is safe for me to say that being part Irish I may have ancestry from one or more of those four invaders too.
I am glad to share that there was nothing wrong with any of my posts for this topic.
Does anybody know what building projects the Jews worked on during their enslavement in Egypt?
I just wanted to share with you guys that I respect the Jewish people and Judaism.
I carry a certain level of indifference when it comes to the Jewish people and Judaism.
Actually I have decided that I respect and like the Jewish people and Judaism.
I am sorry about my obsessive postings today, I was having a bad day.
I wanted to share that according to my research I am a German, Polish, Irish, and Russian American. I am not sure how much more diverse I am yet.
I also wanted to share that I love and respect all people regardless of race or religion.
I know that Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, and Hinduism are religions with millions if not billions of followers each. Does Judaism have as many followers as those big four religions?
Here is an interesting link I found relevant to my last question about numbers of worshipers by religion. Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism are the top three. Judaism appears to be a smaller religion. Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are the three biggest Abrahamic religions.
According to my latest research on my ancestry using family and online resources I am most likely only a German, Polish, Irish, and Russian American.
Learning about different cultures and religions can be wholesome and enlightening because you learn about and gain an appreciation for different peoples. You do not necessarily have to follow different religions to learn about and appreciate them.
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