Morality and Religion, is there a Connection
Right and wrong, how people establish their morals, is the way they establish their morals correct or not? The argument of whether morals come from religious teachings or a divine origin has been around since the beginning of time. There is no right or wrong answer to the question of whether there is a correlation between religion and morals. As long as the population has their own belief of what is right and what is wrong and how they practice it is all that matters. But it is interesting to see how morals can or can not be tied in with religion or if ones morals is a mixture of religion and what society sees as right or wrong and the effects that it may have on a human being in whether they are morally stable. Morality in connection with religion is a teaching of what the gods deem as right and wrong in how one should present them to society. While on the other hand religion may not allow a human to fully develop morally to face more challenging ethical situations, because there are people all over the world who know the difference between what is right and wrong, but the question is how that person makes the correlation to how they established their morals. So Therefore the basis of how people form their connection to morals is an array of combinations or lack there of, to forming ones own personal belief of what is right and wrong. Religion is a very important part to many people’s lives and some peoples morals are based through religious teachings. Religion gives people a grip on reality, by setting out a list of what is right and wrong and what should be practiced in certain situations. But than the question comes up of what makes a god the barer if what is right or wrong and who is to say which religion comes before others in a civilized manor. There are some religions in the world that that expect people to do things that are not considered moralistic to the rest of the world. For example the radical...
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