No Compulsion in Religion: The Challenge of Faith and Freedom

We live in a multi-faith society. Yet, historically, our faith traditions have not taught us how to let others be themselves. Accordingly, compulsion has become a default stance.
It’s important to remember that there are teachings in our traditions which remind us that there is no compulsion in religion. Or is there? Is there such a teaching in our traditions? And, if so, what is its application to society?
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Video of the presentation at Goodwin Memorial Baptist Church, Harrisburg, PA:

As edited and aired on Channel 20

Full length video

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