History of Religions
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This paper encompasses two papers that explore the origins of religion and religious practices. The first paper provides a very general overview. The second paper references sources that suggest how religion is created from historical artifacts and practices, as well as the practices originating from faith. The implication is that religion can and should be studied in this context for better understanding.
From the Paper:"We feel as though religion should be taken on faith, for it is both inappropriate and impossible to quantify God. However, the emergence of science as promoting new modes of understanding in the Eighteenth Century - and in many respects prior to this era - suggests that there are better ways of understanding the world around us. The religious artifacts and written evidence left in books and in the historical sanctuaries indicate that religions all have pasts, and that many of the initial practices and behaviors in a given religion can be attributed to specific origins. It is through knowing such origins that we better understand how and why our existing religions have come to pass, as well as the purpose they serve in modern society. In the study of historical evidence and markers in text, we learn that religion is highly psychological."
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