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To determine whether there are people of different religions in south dakota. To test a hypothesis that the populations of different religions will differ in religion over time. To determine if the religion of a particular individual predicts that he/she will remain a religious person, over the years. To use this information to help students make informed decisions about which religious traditions to practice. To see if there are any relationships between the religious practices of people in south dakota, and the other religious practices. The data collection was conducted in 2014-2015 using in-person and telephone interviews with 2,000 people, ages 15 years or older, residing in south dakota. These are the people who participated in the study. The question is what religion do you believe in? I think this is interesting because you can see what religion people believe in, and why they believe what they do. To get a sense of what's happening in South Dakota with regard to these questions, I'll give you an example. The state of South Dakota has a religious diversity of around 2%, which is a very small percentage. That's the lowest rate in the nation, and there's some other states that have lower rates as well. When people in South Dakota are asked about what religion they believe in, a majority of them say it is not an important part of their life. And of the people who say that, they're probably right. They don't know much about it, or they just don't think it matters that much. I don't know whether it does or not. There are some religious groups that have a religious basis, and sex dating bristol some that don't. The numbers are so small, and the people are so conservative. But I think it's true, I think many muslims in South Dakota, who are mostly immigrants, are pretty conservative. I don't know if they believe it's a necessary part of their life, if it's something they have to do.

So, I went to the mall, and that's when I found myself talking to a guy who I was pretty sure was a Muslim. And I just talked to him for an hour. He wasn't a Muslim, but I could feel him. I didn't know he was. But I could tell, he was a very, very conservative guy. And I felt like he was just a typical American guy, just a normal American guy. And he was a lot more like me than muslims marriage I was like him. And he knew it, too, I guess. I guess he uae girls had some feelings of being rejected by a lot of the culture around him, too. It's interesting how you can be so similar in one area and not be in another area at all.

I got off work a couple days later, and decided that I should go meet up with my parents in Minneapolis, and see if he would take me, and he agreed. So I got off the train and walked up to the door of this apartment building that we had rented on our way to Minneapolis. It was kind of an unusual location. It's sort of a small apartment building, about thirty or forty apartments. In a building where I lived on campus, that edmonton muslim was kind of the norm. It's a single-family building. It was about a block from a mosque. The front door was a bit small, and the apartment building was actually fairly close to the mosque, I think. I walked in and there were people in there. I don't know who the guy was, but I knew there were a lot of Muslims in the building. I don't think they knew him, so I just assumed he was a friend of one of the Muslim students I knew. So I indian matrimonial sites in canada kind of just kept walking through the apartment building and found the place we would be living in. And you know, when I saw that the building wasn't really that large, I just kind of felt bad for the guys. I didn't really know what to think, I mean, the apartment was a bit small, the door was kind of small, but they were pretty happy with it, I think. So I had to walk outside and get more water and I found my way to the water fountain, and I looked at the guy I was with and I thought, "you know, he's kind of nice. What if he was Muslim and I was a Muslim?" So I took my shoes off and I went up to him, kind of awkwardly, and said "hey, have you ever been to Iraq?" And I kind of just tried to get him to talk to me. He kind of looked at me and he kind of said, "well, I don't really know where I'm going to." I kind of laughed.