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Religion as a Human Response

Summary: Essay describes how religion can be interpreted as the human response to the ultimate search for the meaning and purpose in life.
Religion is the human response to the meaning and purpose of life. Throughout human history, people have been searching for this meaning and over the centuries, beliefs systems have been established in the hope of answering such profound questions. These religions comprise of the five mainstream religions which are practiced today as well as many other religions of yesteryears. However, amongst all these religions, many similarities and differences ensue.

Basically, religion can also be defined as a system of beliefs. Such systems nowadays, come in the form of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. The first three are what are known as semetic religions as they are all based, or retrieve their information from a single source, that is, the Old Testament. The latter two, on the other hand are the Indus religions. They are called this because they simply believe in a system of births and rebirths...

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