There are approximately over 4,300 different religions in the world, which just shows how diverse humanity is. So you cannot afford not to celebrate your diversity and should learn how you can still live together.
When you consider that the world today is just one large, global village, you have no choice but to accept religious diversity and live in harmony with one another.
You might see that stuff for a high school boy is different from one religion to another. This diversity is actually happening but students live in harmony and can play with one another even if they have a different religion.
Reasons why you should accept religious diversity
Accepting religious diversity means accepting freedom of choice
You live in a world in which you always need the freedom to make decisions without feeling burdened. One of the biggest decisions of your life is what religion you practice as there are so many sources of pressure, be it from family, friends or society. When society accepts freedom of religion, it automatically leads to acceptance of all sorts of other kinds of freedom of choice.
Accepting religious diversity leads to peaceful coexistence
Different religions may convey different things, but a close examination of the core of these religions leads to the realization that in the end, you all want the same thing, namely respect for a God as a higher power and respect for humanity, which was created by God and was chosen to take care of the earth. If all religions adhere to it, there can be peaceful coexistence.
Accepting religious diversity encourages an open mind
In reality, people all believe that you were created by an Almighty God, no matter what name He is referred to in different religions. If you believe that, you also recognize that all religions are essentially the same. So accepting religious diversity will encourage you to be more open and lead to better social interactions and relationships.
So now you have learned why you must believe in religious diversity. Human beings should create a world where you don’t let your religious differences drift people apart.