Essay On Importance Of Religion In Society

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“How important is religion and spirituality today and its role in society?” PART A: TEXT CONSTRUCTION Throughout society today, religion and spirituality are greatly prominent and its importance of its role is no exception. Religion is a vital aspect of life for many people around the world. Perhaps some of those who are not religious thinks that it is important. This may be due to the fact that society needs religion. Collectively, we profit from our religious beliefs. Many could argue that religion would be a missing link in society and we would not function without it. Religion promotes critical virtues in which are important in society such as truth, love, non-violence and discipline. Those who follow a religion internalises these virtues…show more content…
Hence, the results demonstrate that religion today is still prominent but not so vital, with just over 40% stating that religion is ‘relevant but not as important’. Finally, Figure 1.7 is a visual representation of how the respondents may believe the importance of religion in the future. The majority are ‘unsure’ of the answer to this, as expected. I received some comments in which clarified some respondents’ uncertainties regarding the question. After gathering information through primary and secondary sources regarding the importance and role of religion and spirituality in society, it was developed that although it is recognised that religion is still prominent today, its characteristics associated have become less relevant to some individuals. When processing these results, it can be found that the majority of the respondents are either not religious or religion is not an important aspect in the lives of these…show more content…
Generally, my peers acknowledged that I have conducted and shown a rigorous understanding of the topic at hand, where they believe I have sufficiently supported and answered my question with the evidence demonstrating this. A comment from Peer 3 noted that I should incorporate more secondary sources into the text construction, however Peers 1 & 2 respectively stated that the utilisation of secondary sources such as the internet was
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