The readings that this particular film best reflects to is from Chapter 9 of Cruel Creeds Virtuous Violence of Religion and Nonviolence. In this reading evaluates on how religion can be a contributing factor to all violence. Specifically, Marc Gopin states “through our long human history, religion has been a major contributor to war,bloodshed, hatred, and intolerance”(Eller,Cruel Creeds Virtuous, 332). On the other han...
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... likely not discuss religion with their spouse since political topics are much more popular than religion in the United States. In the readings on U.S. Peace, illustrates this instance ideally. “It is certainly true that the relation between religion and politics in America has been singularly smooth. This is in large part due to the dominant tradition”(Bellah, 13, Civil Religion in America). This reveals that politics and religion play a huge factor in the lives of American citizens. All in all, we should learn from Cameroon and this film that although we may come from different beliefs and religious values, we should respect one another to create peace among each other. The takeaway is that although many citizens of Cameroon are struggling, they live in peace every day with gratefulness due to their strong beliefs and values of love and respect towards each other.
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