The debate "Going door to door to preach religion should be banned" was started by
January 4, 2014, 7:33 pm.
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Freedom of speech and religion - of course it's your doorstep and you have the right to open the door naked and scare them off!
It's like any advertising. If you don't want them there, you can tell them to leave without any guilt or obligation.
That's forcing religion on others and I can't agree with it. I think what you believe should be your business and there's no need to go out of your way to get into other people's business.
First amendment says you can't ban it.
When we are talking about religion, it’s sensitive. We can’t ask others to join our religion. We all have right to choose which is the best one for ourselves. Preaching or to give a sermon, is usually guided by Bible for Christian or Qur'an and Hadith for Muslims. I think going door to door to preach religion is old fashion and should be banned.
That's a slippery slope. It's a part of free speech and free speech of any kind should never be banned--especially if it's just because you find it annoying.