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Running head: RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Religion and Philosophy
Philosophy and religion are two forms of spiritual expression that do not confront each
other as such. Both enter relations with each other only in the historical terms. The visions of
individual philosophers and their intersection with beliefs and practices of religious traditions are
where living relations are found between religion and philosophy. Conversely, there are some
similarities and differences between the two. Questions in both religion and philosophy are
somewhat alike. They all battle with issues like: "What is vital in life? What is good and bad?"
Both philosophy and religion are found in each culture and marked by features which seek to
separate one from the other. Between the two, it is the only religion that has rituals and some
ceremonies mark the important events in life like marriage and birth. Religion also marks an
important period in a calendar year. On the other hand, philosophies do not adhere to any
ritualistic actions. Besides, two major religions have similarities and differences which help
illustrate their beliefs and traditions, that is Christianity and Islam traditions.
Christianity involves a faith tradition which emphasizes the figure of Jesus Christ. Faith
is the act of trust that believers have as well as their faith's content. As a tradition, Christianity
involves more than religious belief. Christianity generated a culture which comprises practices
and ideas as well as way of life and artifacts passed from generation to generation to the next
from the time Jesus was seen as object of...
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