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Agnosticism in Contemporary SocietyReligion has always had a significant place in the world and politics, for example, in the 14th century, King Henry VIII (8th) created the Church of England; which later became the mother ofthe Anglican religion. However, with increasing Liberal views about the world, many people havebecome Atheist and Agnostic, a belief system that puts religious beliefs into question and opens up others to different religions as well. These two takes on faith increase with education and income, and many people who identify as an atheist or agnostic believe it is impossible to say that a God exists, yet impossible to prove he is not real. Many people in the early centuries would be mad about the disbelief of God, and fight not to allow these two viewpoints to exist. However, in this day and age Agnosticism is generally regarded positively in contemporary society.Agnosticism and atheism beliefs increase with education and income. Residents of more educated countries tend to see religion as less important in their daily lives. Education can makeindividuals are more capable of critical thought; therefore less educated individuals are more

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