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Week 6 Checkpoint- Religious Philosophy Article Critique

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Running head: RELIGOUS PHILOSOPHY ARTICLE CRITIQUE 1 Religious Philosophy Article Critique Stephen D, James PHI/105 Geth Allison March 23, 2011 University of Phoenix (Axia College)
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RELIGOUS PHILOSOPHY ARTICLE CRITIQUE 2 Religious Philosophy Article Critique In some religions, their groups of people usually follow a code to their particular religion. In some religions, people that are not affiliated with that religious group seem to be discriminated against, and in other religions women are looked at as mere cattle. I feel that religion should not shape us into who we are suppose to be, but instead, people should create their own path to mortality; though some people with bad moral character should be guided into the correct direction. I do not take it too well when a person’s religious beliefs effect the way that they feel they must push their religion onto everyone else that may not feel as strongly into showing a particular religion; though I do appreciate how some religious groups do hold a good moral character standard that they must maintain.
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