Do all religions have the same goal?

Do all religions have the same goal

To many people the assertion that religion serves as a means of correcting mistakes and miscalculations of humanity, a means of treating moral diseases, cynicism and nihilism, seems, at least, problematic, if not altogether improbable. War and peace Look at the history of religion, they say. Religion is the cause…

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Religion as The Ethnocultural Value

The concept of religion is one of the most difficult to define in operational, empirical categories. The term “religion” has ancient Roman roots: ligare (lat.) – “bind”, re (lat.) – prefix, meaning: “back”, “back”, “again”. Thus, religion is etymologically the establishment or restoration of a connection with God. Social religion…

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