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Question Prompt After reviewing the reading and study material on the Emergence of the Religious Religious  Right, you will gain a clearer understanding of the World View underlying the movement. Compare/Contrast the Worldview of the Religious Right, at the time of its founding, to your current Worldview.

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World View of Religious Rights

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World View of Religious Rights

In general, a world view is a set of belief that helps us in understanding the world. Every person has a set of principles which helps him in judging what is right or wrong. Religious rights can be defined as the cultural movements that respond to the changing the sexual values through asserting radical, socially conservative models of the governments on time to time. Different cultures have the different religious rights as per their values and belief of religion (In Zucca, 2015).

There are different religious movements on abortions, lesbian and gay rights and pornography, and religion in government. I believe that every religion movement and world view need to be evaluated in terms of the humanity. If it is in favor of the human and their welfare, it is good. Otherwise, it is not ethical. For example - In some religion, abortion is considered as unethical while in the United States, it is legal and ethical that all women have the rights to take the decision of abortion (Dingemans, Yeginsu, Cross, & Masood, 2013). Like this, some religious belief is in against of the lesbian and gay rights and pornography.

For example, If we analyze the religious worldview from the Christian perspective, we would come to know that an absolute God exists, God created the universe, man is created in God’s image. So if a man is created in God’s image, every person has a right to get respect and honor. If I compare my views with the world view of Christina, I must say that I completely agree with this thought that we are the creation of the God and controlled by the God. It is our responsibility to give respect and honor to every creature created by God and do our acts in the welfare of the human.

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Dingemans, J., Yeginsu, C., Cross, T., & Masood, H. (2013). The protections for religiousrights: Law and practice.

In Zucca, L. (2015). Religious rights.


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