Paper on Religion - Lindsay Lastinger Ms. Carver The Power...

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Lindsay Lastinger Ms. Carver The Power and the Glory Essay April 18, 2011 The Life of an Anti-Religious United States Religion, no matter what form, is practiced by approximately eighty three percent of Americans—most of which partake in such worshipful actions as prayer and church-going on a regular basis. Imagine, however, if all forms of religion were to be forever vanquished within the borders of the United States. Extreme alterations in the behavior and nature of society would be inevitable, and whether or not these alterations would be negative or positive is a notion up for speculation. Indeed, the prospective outcomes for a society without religion are endless, each proving to be absolutely unique in its potential to wholly transform the United States. Obvious changes within the United States subsequent to the banning of religion would be the destruction of all churches, temples, and any other sanctified arenas of worship. Similarly, all documents pertaining to various religions would be destroyed. On a more philosophical scale,
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