Don't Blame Your Beliefs on Me

Don't Blame Your Beliefs on Me If I could I would ask Dr Hubert Minnis to help me understand the following: If I express what I believe unapologetically; if I make it unflinchingly clear where I stand on an issue, how does that amount to “shoving the issue down someone’s throat”? His moral ambivalence is truly unbecoming.

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Don't Blame Your Beliefs on Me
Don't Blame Your Beliefs on Me If I could I would ask Dr Hubert Minnis to help me understand the following: If I express what I believe unapologetically; if I make it unflinchingly clear where I stand on an issue, how does that amount to “shoving the issue down someone’s throat”? His moral ambivalence is truly unbecoming.

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