Religion - XY University Articles: The street corner...

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X Y University Articles: The street corner preacher pg# 354 and Yes, I follow Islam, but I’m not a terrorist pg#351. Religion is a very important part of everyone life. Religion is associated with free will, and has been part of humans for thousands of years. There are many types of religion practice and also there are 19 major world religions which are subdivided into a total of 270 large religious groups, and many smaller ones. Religion it is generally expressed as prayers , rituals , or other practices, often centered upon specific supernatural and moral claims about reality . Religion also is part of past generations or cultural traditions , writings, history, and mythology , as well as personal faith and religious experience . People believe that religion makes a better family and makes the world a better place to live. Many people follow religion so strongly that the future generations follow religion just as hard. Some people seem to change religion for their own recognition. There seem to be those people who go to church for the recognition, then those that who go and actually live by the word of God. There are so many different kinds of religions, and with the different religions out there, it becomes hard to know which ones to choose and which ones will actually help with choices that the future generation will overcome. With the
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2010 for the course CMN 4102 taught by Professor C during the Spring '09 term at Northeastern.

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