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1 Cultural Practices Cultural Practices COMM 110 Regent University Professor Chris Carrothers Tabitha Muentes November 18, 2017
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2 Cultural Practices As we all know, every culture has their own set of customs, traditions and etiquettes. These are what distinguish one nation and on tribe from another. These nations and tribes were formed by followers of the prophets and messengers of God. In these formations of groups, the prophets directed their followers to conform to a certain set of customs and etiquettes that would distinguish them as a nation of followers. For my informative speech I chose the Muslim culture. I feel that this culture is very misunderstood because everything that has happened over the years. Just like every other race and culture and even religion there are good and bad. Some of there customs are: They pronounce God’s name before eating and drinking anything. The purpose of this is to recognize His countless blessing upon them and supplication for the continuation and abundance of blessing in the future.
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