|Amount of texts to »Religion«||75, and there are 63 texts (84.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)|
|Average lenght of texts||191 Characters|
|Average Rating||-0.213 points, 5 Not rated texts|
|First text||on Apr 10th 2000, 00:17:17 wrote
Dr. Know about Religion
|Latest text||on Feb 19th 2005, 02:43:22 wrote
StevieB about Religion
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Religion, sacred engagement with that which is believed to be a spiritual reality. Religion is a worldwide phenomenon that has played a part in all human culture and so is a much broader, more complex category than the set of beliefs or practices found in any single religious tradition. An adequate understanding of religion must take into account its distinctive qualities and patterns as a form of human experience, as well as the similarities and differences in religions across human cultures.
In all cultures, human beings make a practice of interacting with what are taken to be spiritual powers. These powers may be in the form of gods, spirits, ancestors, or any kind of sacred reality with which humans believe themselves to be connected. Sometimes a spiritual power is understood broadly as an all-embracing reality (see Pantheism), and sometimes it is approached through its manifestation in special symbols. It may be regarded as external to the self, internal, or both. People interact with such a presence in a sacred manner—that is, with reverence and care. Religion is the term most commonly used to designate this complex and diverse realm of human experience.
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Religion is belief in anything that cannot be rationally explained, and thus includes astrology, homeopathy, channeling, crystals, wicca and the like.
Just as a reforming alcoholic finds something else to be addicted to, so too does a religious agnostic find something else to believe in.
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