Letter: Tolerance should be shared belief

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I have been reading about the atheist movement. Call me naive, but I always thought that if Group A disagreed with Group B, they just agreed to disagree and went on with their lives. It did not seem proper for Group A to try to obliterate Group B or intentionally destroy Group B’s rituals. Atheists are looking for tolerance and acceptance but are definitely intolerant about God and the people who believe in God. They can believe as they choose but have no right to force their non-belief on others. In my opinion, they may irritate believers but will never reach their goal of obliterating God.

Beverly Hohman

Vancouver