The Religion of Theism, Atheism and Agnosticism.

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posted on Aug, 27 2013 @ 11:52 AM
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I think you're overlooking social protocol. If you ask someone, "Why is this social protocol considered a social protocl? How did it become important in social interaction?"

How often will you get a religious answer? How long will they reference the Bible, whether it was part of their upbringing or it's a psychological association or it just expresses a theme that they feel comfortable with?

Religion has become a major platform on which social protocol is based. I would say at least 60% of social protocol is influenced to some extent by religious policy. Sexism, racism, phobias, intellectual flexibility, spiritual dependence (or independence), self-esteem, and emotional security. All of these things are heavily influenced by social protocols with a religious bent to them.






 
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