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Why you don't need to believe what I believe...

A Millennial Epistemology At this point in my life my goal is never to convince others to believe what I believe about the variety of ideas and issues we all face in this life, particularly when/if they stand firmly against what I believe.  In fact, I welcome the opportunity to interact with the beliefs of others, particularly those that stand firmly against what I believe ... Why?        First, because I realize that a large part of what/why we believe is because of our respective worldviews, which are made up of biases & assumptions about life that are rooted in, and shaped by when, where and to whom we were born ... (how could they not be?).    I believe that God  works with and through our respective worldviews to reveal himself to us and to show us   who, why and what  we are to be in the world.    Our  worldview functions like a filter through which we see and interpret our life experiences.  And not unlike the way various filters work on Hubble Telescope, each allow