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Influence of Religion and Relationship on Politics

Possessing certain basic principles of religion is a part of our society today. Religious beliefs play a large role in our understanding of each other, how we take actions, and how we make decisions for ourselves. On the side of religion, religion creates a new form of truth due to the fact that what they believe in is believed in is completely different from the rest of society. Religious beliefs are enacted as laws and policies which are involved with government, companies, and other foundations. Religion plays a major role in democracy in many ways. First, religions are manifested by legislators, bureaucrats, bureaucrats, courts, education, and government. Why? Religious beliefs are not based on logic or legal knowledge. Secular humanists view religion as a belief system, in contrast to a legal interpretation of a concept. religions can be divided into four major categories. These are polytheism, polytheism/false belief, monotheism, and polytheism, and Hebrew religions.

Polytheism is founded on the understanding that different people worship different Gods. Polytheism and false belief often clash, as followers of polytheism seek more attention and experience relief through aggressive action. This need for attention can lead to aggressive actions such as protests, fighting, burning, and more. This intense desire for attention also leads to religious intervention in public affairs and politics.

Monotheism is a religious system that subsumes all individual denominations that do not believe in theism, apostasy, nature-based belief system, and polytheism. This creates a normative marriage relationship and enhances governmental cooperation. According to the People who believe in religion, they are unified under specific standards of morality which remove this prohibition from their participation in the government. Religion also gives this group a sense of value and rank in society as they feel they should be recognized as the highest contributors to society. Members of both parties are required to take steps to protect and promote the religion, in addition to protecting and promoting the community. Religion maintains a marriage relationship between secular humanists and members of the religious groups as nonbelievers of religion in society are not allowed to enter into any kind of formal organization. This creates a mutually beneficial relationship between a government policy and religion. Lastly, religious institutions are the backbone of religion as they not only serve as temples to various religions but also function as worship sites and a community space for religious practice. Many of the materials present at religious institutions are religious in nature and generally speak from their perspective, and their leader’s words serve as a mandate for congregants. Religious institutions organize bodies of people, fund their operations,s and offer services to people. In addition, religious institutions offer secular employment opportunities which exist in our modern societies as opposed to public school systems. These religious organizations provide a job for and provide lifetime employment opportunities for groups of people, such as law enforcement and prison guards. This job provides a livelihood to the community as they receive their wages and their benefits and sustains a stable society.

Most importantly, religion can also be a social institution (those institutions with the function of creating a society and its values) that attracts people to society and allows for the development of schools and religious organizations. The topics covered in sociological theory explain why religion has a greater influence on our politics than the other ways that we learn about religion. The social capital theory explains how religion and culture enhance the social and structural ways that we have a larger impact and a more positive result. At this point, we are getting very clear on why religion has a significant influence on politics. We are coming around to the question of whether religion should be debated in the Supreme Court or be prohibited in secular society. In my opinion, both are correct in formulating the reasoning behind each side’s choice, but in my opinion, both sides of the debate are correct in their opinions on the matter. However, one side of the debate is found to be making an argument that is in harmony with the concept of religion. I think religion is inherently ethical, and therefore, religion can be argued on its ethical worth. Religious beliefs like Christianity and Islam are founded on the concept of “If I do not achieve this moral standard, I cannot be an acceptable member of society.” In opposition to this, the secular humanists’ opinion is that religion is inherently unethical as well, especially if religious people can act outside of the law. Some argue that religion is biased towards males as it gives them preferential treatment in their status. (Anti-Belief or Women’s Relation in Religions, 2016) Therefore, religious beliefs are fundamentally flawed and are not safe for anyone. I believe it is morally wrong to advocate for religion in secular society and to endorse religious discrimination.

Societal codes exist to protect children and unborn babies. This code is protected by religion, and it can be argued that this fact is sufficient to justify religion. I believe that all citizens

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