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    Politics and Religious Faith in the Media

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    Politics and Religious Faith in the Media On January 29, 3003, thousands of Americans were seated in front of their television screens, eagerly and somberly watching the man on the screen. During the man’s speech, the words “There’s power, wonder-working power” were brought forth, and it was those very words which have turned heads, and incurred opinions, articles, and editorials across the nation. Had this man been a preacher there is no doubt that his comments would have gone un-criticized.

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    Faith is the reasoning of the absurd to satisfy the inevitable To live one’s life based on religious faith is a very personal question, one that on many occasions I have stated that in coping with the inevitable it may be a necessity for some to live comforted by their faith. To me faith is something that is transient, it is constantly adjusted by knowledge and actions of ourselves and others. One example is that of love and the faith that is between two people. I believe this is probably the best

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    Religious faith is something that is very important to me. I would define religious faith as the belief and trust in a higher power. It is called religious faith because one cannot prove that their God exists, but they still believe and have trust in their God. I have religious faith, as I am a Catholic, and believe in God and his Son Jesus Christ. My faith is something that I live out each and every day by following the teachings of my religion and practicing its values. Faith, quite frankly, makes

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    and yet discerning why it is worthy of that value is no trivial task. Even more problematic than defining faith, personally, is the justification of the leap of faith inherent in the notion of faithfulness. For instance, from an early age, at least in American society, we are told both what and whom to be faithful to by our parents and peers, but how does one justify the acceptance of that faith? Furthermore, is it not unlikely that faithfulness to something in its entirety is unreasonable or irrational

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    religions distinguish fundamentally on elements of both faith and ritual. So when the sun shines across the interfaith divide, rain is not needed to bring about an interreligious strife (Andre, Can Interfaith Relationships Work?). What do you do if you or your partner take your religion more seriously? said Stephen Prothero (Prothero, Take Religious Differences Seriously). Inter-faith marriages are those between individuals from diverse religious beliefs. A few spouses have very limited association

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    According to The Global Religious Landscape’s research in 2010, about 84% of the world’s population is religious; for example, 31.2% of the population believe in Christianity, 23.2% of the population believe in Islam and 15% of the population believe in Hindi ("The Global Religious Landscape"). Religion is a powerful weapon that makes people have faith to do what they believe is right. However, since everyone may share a different religion, they undoubtedly communicate different ideas about their

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    Have you ever traveled to a different part of the world or even a different part of the country? While you was there is you witness something that you thought was wrong or just plain evil? To you what you saw was morally wrong but to the culture or area it is correct sometimes even praised. With that being said you just seen a worldview. A Worldview is how we perceive life around us, live our daily lives and even our fundamental values. Family and church play a major role in much of your worldview

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    People are religious for many reasons. These include the difference religion makes in life and how religious beliefs influence actions. Religion structures a religious person’s life. More than three quarters of the world’s population consider they belong to a religion. All aspects of religion are reasons for a person to be religious. For some, the difference that sacred places, books, prayer and celebration make is significant. Others, the belief that there is something beside our own world or the

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    Religious and faithful acts can surely spark engagement and understanding in society when used the right way. We can find religious organizations and houses of worship in corrupt neighborhoods because they help to build a morale. These places give the gangsters, drug dealers, and other troubled characters a choice to turn themselves around and give back to their community in ways that they would have never imagined. Being apart of a religion that relies heavily on faith is a method of cleansing away

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    ("have one last fling") before settling down to the business of being a solid citizen and attaining "the good life." He feels that he can do this because he means to retain his religious faith, personified in his wife, who, to reinforce the allegory, is even named Faith. But in order to encounter evil, he must part with his Faith at least temporarily, something he is either willing or compelled to do. It is here that he makes his fatal mistake, for evil turns out to be not some abstraction nor something

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