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[[Evangelicals]] disparage the term "religion" as a system of works by which human beings attempt to approach [[God]] without a personal relationship with [[Jesus Christ]].  According to them, for the person who is born again, religion can only interfere and distract from that prayerful union.
 
[[Evangelicals]] disparage the term "religion" as a system of works by which human beings attempt to approach [[God]] without a personal relationship with [[Jesus Christ]].  According to them, for the person who is born again, religion can only interfere and distract from that prayerful union.
  
== Religions ==
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Religion is all lies. THERE IS NO GOD YOU FOOLS!
 
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* [[Animism]]
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* [[Bahá'í]]
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* [[Buddhism]]
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* [[Cao Dai]]
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* [[Christianity]]
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* [[Discordianism]]
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* [[Hinduism]]
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* [[Islam]]
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* [[Jainism]]
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* [[Jehovah's Witnesses]]
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* [[Juche]]
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* [[Judaism]]
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* [[Church_of_Jesus_Christ_of_Latter-day_Saints|Mormonism]]
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* [[New Age]] beliefs
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* [[Paganism]]
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* [[Rastafari movement]]
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* [[Satanism]]
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* [[Scientology]]
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* [[Shamanism]]
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* [[Shintoism]]
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* [[Sikhism]]
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* [[Church of the SubGenius|SubGeniism]]
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* [[Wicca]]
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* [[Zoroastrianism]]
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Revision as of 06:16, July 26, 2007

Religion is a system of belief and practices shared by a community that attempts to answer the ultimate questions of life and death, and, in doing so, goes beyond the verifiable. Religions frequently involve supernatural elements such as gods and goddesses, angels and demons, ancestors, transmigratory souls, and heaven, purgatory and hell. Developed religions generally consist of a central creed or body of beliefs, an ethical component (i.e. a code of morals), a body of literature or holy texts or stories, a set of individual and communal practices. Religion played a major role in all human societies prior to the twentieth century. It is a core belief of conservatives that the recent decline in religious observation are a key source of the undermining of social and moral order.

Evangelicals disparage the term "religion" as a system of works by which human beings attempt to approach God without a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. According to them, for the person who is born again, religion can only interfere and distract from that prayerful union.

Religion is all lies. THERE IS NO GOD YOU FOOLS!

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