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I find it strange that people people I come across such as contractors tell me what their religion is. I certianly don't like prosletytzing and I think I come across as religiously neuteral.
Is it common for people to introduce themselves by their name shortly followed by their religious beliefs?
People are usually more discrete about their political viewpoints.
Do people think stating their religion is a door to further dialogue?