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April 11, 2009

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Andre

the lack of a holistic view and practice of religion seems to be a problem for all major religious structures. the radical division between spiritual and quotidian life is a real problem and might explain the lack of power of professed religious people (at this moment I'm referring to Christians, since it's the religion with which I have more contact).
thanks for sharing the data

Monte Sahlin

Another way to look at these data: A new faith that worships profits is taking over from the long-established religions. There is some evidence that Christian faith, for example, is being reshaped around a view that elevates profit-making over original beliefs that placed God and His definition of unselfish love above wealth.

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