Jewish Chat, Christian Chat, Catholic Chat, Hindu Chat, Muslim Chat
Here at 321 Religion Chat you can talk about theology, religiosity, religious tenets or simply make a friend, it's all up to you. We welcome people of all faiths but also welcome those who are without religious beleifs. Atheists are free to to ask questions and start a debate so long as it is respectful.
Sharing the same faith, culture or beliefs can be important to many who are looking for a mate or a date. We have many single visitors looking for people of their faith to share their life with. You'll find that our religion chat room is a friendly place where you can have real conversations to get to know someone.Related Rooms: Singles Chat
We welcome all Jewish people into our religion chat room where you are free to talk about anything from politics and religion, to dating and mirage. Here you can talk about the mundane, or have an in-depth conversation. Here you can find a Jewish guy or girl to talk to, cam with or date. Our singles chat is for everyone, but we understand sharing the same religion and culture can be important; so we welcome all single Jewish men and women looking for someone special to look and find love within our chat. There are a number of Jewish dating sites like Jewish Friend Finder, but our site allows you to do the same thing (meet someone) for free.
Christian Chat & Catholic Chat
There seem to be many Christian "Forums" but not to many chat rooms for Christians, so we've created one. Our free Christian chat allows you to discuss everything from the Bible and your family to music and dating. Many religion based sites do not have chatrooms because they lack the number of users to carry a live conversation. However 321 Chat allows people to be in more than one room at a time, so you can still chat while waiting for others to join you in 321 Religion Chat.
Consider a thought experiment. Suppose you have a friend who doesn't get why people listen to music, read novels or eat fine food. He watches (what you consider) trashy TV and has no ambitions as regards career or romance. Since the person I have described is someone you consider a Philistine, I'll call him Phil.
Sen. James Lankford and Russell Moore write about Thomas Jefferson's intent behind the separation of church and state for Religious Freedom Day