Human Nature and Its Views on Religion
It is human nature to question all that pertains to life and our surroundings. We speculate and attempt to answer anything that extends beyond our grasp. This is most common in ancient Greek times where the belief of gods and goddess ruled the minds of all. In today's modern era, religion is looked upon more as guidance rather than a way of life. In the first paragraph, the type of religious faith that is present is one where faith is present but not without question. Personally, I hold this type of religious faith to be most common in todays' society. …
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