Religious Conflict due to Immigration America is now known as one of the most religiously diverse nations that the world has today, but it hasn’t always been that way. This diversity is directly related to immigration from other nations who were escaping persecution for their particular religion. Over time, people became more accepting of the other religions and out diversity grew. In the late 1800s, immigration caused a big conflict with all of the different religions, but this conflict ended up helping create the religious diversity that we have now. At this point in time, religion is fully a part of America’s culture about 92% of all Americans believe that there is some sort of God or higher power.
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