Whereas in Muslim religion, they don’t believe in destiny. Furthermore, shared knowledge shapes the personal knowledge in which the religious rules and beliefs are concerned. In Hinduism, you cannot marry a person from another religion and that’s what almost all people belief and everyone follows, which why it is shared knowledge. However, I do not agree with knowledge system why I should only get marry with person from my religion, why not from other religion? Is it because religion says so or that’s what our shared knowledge?
Why can’t we pray? For years now religion in school has been a major problem all over the United States. People are arguing whether or not to allow prayer and religion in schools. Many schools and communities keep their traditions by praying before and after games and praying during potluck meals. Many places religion is not a problem because the overall student population is Christian but this isn’t always the case in every school.
During my first three years of high school, I learned the basics on Catholicism such as the Gospels and some important saints. It wasn’t until senior year that I started questioning the concept of religion. The topic of my theology course was about the human body and society. My theology teacher, Ms. Stroik, allowed us to have class discussions about whatever chapter we learned about that day. Now before I get into the reason of me questioning religion, I should give some background on who Ms. Stroik is.
Which it helps people to practice their religion in the united states. So by this right people are now getting to practice their religion anywhere anytime they want. In the united state everyone has the freedom of religion,if don 't want to stand up for the flag and say the pledge allegiance, the first amendment have the right not to and if you don 't want. Maybe it 's not your religion so you don 't want to practice it so don 't have to. “Children who refuse to pledge allegiance to the flag, along with football players who refuse to participate in sacred rituals when the flag is being worshipped and the national anthem sung, may experience a wide range of unpleasant repercussions.” there 's children that refuse to stand up for the pledge allegiance which they have the right to maybe they just want their religions.
History tells us that the Puritans were different than the Pilgrims because they wanted to continue to exist with the Church of England but make it better in the New World. (Settling 2014) The Puritans must have felt some type of loyalty to their native religion because they didn’t put their religion totally aside. It is noted that the Puritans did not want the rituals and other beliefs that involved being a member of their native Church of England. (Settling 2014) The Puritans must have favored some aspects of their native religion. Entering into a new world would not give them any interferences to reform their religion as they saw fit.
Having religious freedom is one of the great things our country has today. Everybody worships something different and it is not against any laws of what you choose to exercise and what you believe in. Though, a big controversial topic is teaching religion in our school systems. It may seem important to learn about other religions in the United States, but is not easy to teach among students about different religious practices. Teaching religion in schools is unnecessary to students because it violates our first amendment, Teachers are not properly trained on teaching religion, and it proselytizes students.
I was asked to join the choir in our church. Even though that does not involved dancing, I wanted to join so bad because my friends are on it. But, unfortunately, my parents did not allow me to. I was saddened because again, my parents did not appreciate what I wanted to do. Sometimes, it is tiring to follow what your parents or grandparents wants for you for oftentimes, it is against what you want.
The first time I read The Perks of Being a Wallflower I was in eleventh grade. Up to that point I had not identified with anything I was reading. As a child, I suffered from a speech impediment that put the fear of God in me. I was afraid to speak up and let my voice be heard. I didn’t want to learn how to read and risk mispronouncing a word I should have known.
People handle things differently and not many people could look at me and guess that this has been going on my entire life. That makes me think about all the other people that experience this too. My heart aches for them and I want to meet them and be there for them like Alex was for me. In some ways, he pulled me out of a hole I dug myself and climbed in. I was not the girl my mom wanted me to be and I didn't do much to change it because positive behavior was never rewarded.
I think that each follower should learn the theory behind its own religion, however religion isn’t based on reason but how much faith and hope people put into, in other words, the amount of dedication people give. As proof, the majority of the Gods that people believe in have never had evidence of really being alive or scientific reasons/proofs of existing. Also, most of the times, what brings people to look for a certain religion is the emotional connection with that religion's teachings, their founder, or the rituals associated with that religion, which is part of the emotional concept .In other words, people use emotion as a big part of a religious belief because, most of it, was never proven to really