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The considerations show that there is no simple answer to the question of the truth of religion in general or in particular. As it turns out the answer requires some relativizations, among others to the notion of truth and of religion. The notions of true religion and credibility of religion, though at first sight distinct, seem to condition each other. The notion of the truth of religion can be a valuable instrument of interpretation of religious phenomena not only in philosophy and theology of religion, but in the social sciences of religion too. Introductory remarks Justification of a religious point of view usually consists in attempts to prove that some particular religion is true.
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These examples have shown different ways in which our language can shape who we are and how we perceive the world. There may be arguments against what I am trying to convey, but in my personal opinion I feel that language is apart of who we are; our identities. Our language alone cannot define who we are, but along with other internal and external factors language is associated with defining us and our perception of the world.
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