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Are spiritual/religious beliefs like languages to a certain degree?

Are spiritual/religious beliefs like languages to a certain degree? Topic: M language case statement
July 18, 2019 / By Janelle
Question: In that they speak what is in our hearts and minds? And could we communicate better with all if we chose to learn eachothers (spiritual) language?
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Best Answers: Are spiritual/religious beliefs like languages to a certain degree?

Originally Answered: Why are there more women who are religious or spiritual than men?
Both. I define spirituality as one's relationship with God, with others, and with one's self. Religion is how people of faith have chosen to organize.
Originally Answered: Why are there more women who are religious or spiritual than men?
Religion can be defined as “belief in God or gods to be worshipped, usually expressed in conduct and ritual” or “any specific system of belief, worship, etc., often involving a code of ethics.” Well over 90% of the world’s population adheres to some form of religion. The problem is that there are so many different religions. What is the right religion? What is true religion? True religion does have rules and rituals, but there is a crucial difference. In true religion, the rules and rituals are observed out of gratitude for the salvation God has provided – NOT in an effort to obtain that salvation. True religion, which is Biblical Christianity, has rules to obey (do not murder, do not commit adultery, do not lie, etc.) and rituals to observe (water baptism by immersion and the Lord’s Supper / Communion). Observance of these rules and rituals is not what makes a person right with God. Rather, these rules and rituals are the RESULT of the relationship with God, by grace through faith in Jesus Christ alone as the Savior. False religion is doing things (rules and rituals) in order to try to earn God’s favor. True religion is receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and thereby having a right relationship with God – and then doing things (rules and rituals) out of love for God and desire to grow closer to Him.

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