SOC101 Religion Week 3

May 12th, 2015
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2011, sec. 4.6). This is because it assists in bringing people together that share the same beliefs. Through religion, answers are being given, unexplainable things are being explained, and purposes for life are being found. Individual behaviors are inspired by spiritual learning and scriptur

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ReligionJanice KetchumSOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Christine Henderson May 21, 2012ReligionReligious social institutions are made up of people that are put in groups based upon the views in which they share. These views include the formation of earth and Gods nature. They do not see science as an inspiration; instead they are guided by their faith and individual belief. They are basically led by religion which is inspired by economic, political, social, and spiritual views. Christians and Roman Catholics share the nature of bringing individuals in as one. They use service of worship, ceremonies or rituals, and any additional spiritual action that involves communication. The three sociological theories have a great deal of impacts on the religious institution. Conflict, functionalism, and interactionism are the three sociological theories. There are many diverse approaches of how people view religion. These dissimilar opinions often generate problems. Throughout the world, people tend to have different outlooks when it comes to beliefs and principles. According to functionalist, religion is an important part of society (Vissing, 2011, sec. 4.6). Thi

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