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Cult vs. Religion

Summary: The different connotation of words with similar meanings and how they influence others. In this case Religion and Cult.
"Whatever words we utter should be chosen with care for people will hear them and be influenced by them for good or ill."

 This quote by Siddhartha Gotoma expresses how the different connotation of words can affect their influence on others. Both religion and cult are similar in definitions but can be used to suggest different meanings. While the words religion and cult are both defined as an organized form of worship, religion has been used to suggest a more positive and respectful meaning.

    The word cult is a group of religious beliefs that has come to be associated with being evil and wrong. Cult has been given a bad label because of the situations that it is linked with. Journalist and others in religious groups use the word cult when something goes wrong. In South America when Reverend Jim Jones' followers all committed...



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