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Unformatted text preview: Religion uses practical and theoretical concepts to rationalize the beliefs man demands even though they are founded on the unproven. Because of this, the beliefs religion gives man become rationalized by man and accepted as given and the norm. Thus man rationalizes and believes in something that cannot be proven causing him to believe in the irrational. Religions have become charged with explaining not the rationality of beliefs but dealing the irrationality of them. Religions will continue to persist as the world becomes more and more rational because as man learns about and rationalizes the world around him, religions will still exists to explain the unknown....
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- Spring '08