Name Professor Course Date Self-learning theory Religion is a unified system of practices and beliefs about life in general that unites the followers or believers into a moral unit or organization controlled by various doctrines and believes.in most cases these religions have a set of beliefs relating to the life and the world as a whole. Various principles and theories come in hand trying to explain every concept of life. Every religious individual believes in supernatural beings and has a set of ritual practices as well that guide and govern them. They are more distinct and different from quasi-religion or cult groups. A social scientific theory tries to have an objective investigation and keenly scrutinized studies these practices using various qualitative methods like interviews and observation like the ones used in our references or quantitative ones like the census polls and surveys. Different groups have different Cultural and religious Christianity and Hinduism dominate and in the process various governments end up ignoring the smaller religious factions. This can go until those smaller factions grow in number and sometimes it can become a challenge to control them since they have mentality that unlike other bigger denominations they are neglected. This one thing all states should work on and align it in the right manner by putting systems in place. Works cited Murphy Thomas. We call it unity in diversity " Reflections on Seattle's early Bahá'í community. 2016. Web. Murphy Thomas. stәĺĵxwáli (Place-of-Medicine) Ethnobotanical Garden & q’wәld’ali (Place-of-the-Cooking-Fire) Cultural Kitchen. 2016. web Donovan.Crys. Stories of Minidoka: Perspectives on Japanese Internment by Survivors. Edmonds community college. 2017. Web Murphy Thomas. Word of Wisdom and Peyote: The Diversity of Interpretation. 1993. PDF Murphy Thomas. Really really close to the Bahá’í teachings " Christopher Byrd Nagethlighai Cullen reflects on Indigenous knowledge. 2016. Web. [...]
www.academia.edu www.academia.edu www.academia.edu www.academia.edu www.academia.edu Analyze religious communities using social scientific theories. Also, from these articles, what did you learn, and how is it relating to American Religious Diversity. ***** The essay should include an introductory paragraph in which a thesis or central argument is presented, a body of several paragraphs that support and develop that thesis with detailed examples from course materials, and a conclusion that summarizes the key argument and the support offered.