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Signature Job Title Organization Name sort descending City Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
Allen R LeCours US. Postal employee N/A Belchertown United States Christianity Peace !
Dr Jacob E John Bangalore India Christianity

This is very well presented and thought through.
I do hope that his becomes mandatory for every University and College, every student, researcher and professor.
Ibrahim El-Zayat BORNHEIM Germany Islam
Rafael Bustos García de Castro Senior Lecturer Universidad Complutense de Madrid Madrid Spain
An excellent idea to include this 5th Directive, it was already latent in the initial Declaration, I think, but not as explicitly asserted as now it is. Congratulations! Let's hold to it. I wish I am able to pass the lesson to my students in Spain.
H.H. Christina New York United States Not Listed (Write-in) Russian Orthodox Christianity
Dr E C John Prof Dr United Theological College Bangalore India Christianity A global Ethic remains a foundation for the destiny of Humanity
Austin Avison Student of Religion Detroit United States Christianity For a more perfect world to all of existence.
Matthew R. Hill Student Saint Louis University Houston United States Christianity
Vernon Robin Piedt Director Bridge town theater company Cape town South Africa Christianity Yes I want to make a difference..and I agree with the above statement
Rev. Dr. Vilius Rudra Dundzila, OCC interim minister Wellington Ave UCqr Palos park United States Christianity
Charles A McDonald Intelligence Analyst Study of Spiritual Warfare Jacksonville United States Christianity
The term Christianity is too broad, just as the Title "European" would include all the nations that have had been in conflict with each other such as Spain and England; Germany and France, Christianity includes Catholics that executed other Christians. The very title "Protestantism" reveals the divide within Christianity. There are too many denominations but there are six major groups: Roman Catholic; Orthodox; Reformed; Protestant; Evangelical; and Independent. Each alone have over 100 million members, which deserve separate status, Just as religions based on Hinduism: Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism are listed separately. You don't need to define it just allow signers the choice. Given the choice I would select "Evangelical".
Stacey R Kadrmas Stillwater United States