Religion Does More Harm Than Good
Religion organizations are by far the largest providers of charity in the world. Lots of different churches and religions everywhere such as Christians, Mormons, Buddhist, and those are just a few who are doing ministry work for people who are less fortunate than them or for people who just need the love. According to ideabate.org, Religious groups are more willing to go to higher risk areas in the world to get across their message to unsaved people or to convert them to their own religion. Religious groups often have people they call missionaries who go out and share their gospel with people depending on the religion. Christianity for example, has people in the church or in the school who go out and share the gospel with unsaved people. At my church we have missionaries in different parts of the world in places like Uganda who are willing to go out and share their faith with people. We have youth groups and bible studies where you can bring unsaved friends to help them with any struggles in their life. At Linfield here we have opportunities like feeding the homeless, building houses in Mexico, operation Christmas child, and chapels. According to idebate.org religious organizations have historically been the first to provide education and healthcare with nation states following their example. These are all examples of things that help people in need. Religion celebrates great changes in life such as birth, marriage, and death. Some religions such as Catholics, Lutherans, and Oriental Orthodox believers believe in baptizing infants. This is a celebration of a new baby being born and bringing them into the world. Other religions such as Christianity call it dedication. This is a celebration of when you are being dedicated as a new baby into the church. People often get married in churches which is a celebration of a couple’s new life that they are starting together. Often a priest or a pastor will perform the...
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