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a system of religious belief

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a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

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Only Ireland, Malta, Cyprus, Romania, Greece, and Portugal come close to Polish religiousity.
When we turn our backs on the suffering of others, when a narrow commercial religiousity becomes the focus of the season, we have indeed forgotten the meaning of Christmas.
1999 has demonstrated a negative relationship between student religiousity and likelihood to choose science as a career.
In this chapter, the authors deconstruct the usage of the term "the growth of religious fundamentalism," situate religious extremism in relation to and separate from religiousity and spirituality, and examine closely how religious extremism intersect with political, cultural and economic influences.
While there are a number of research programs that seem to affirm the general prediction of religiousity and prosociality, especially when using standard self-report measures, there are many counter-indications, or at least findings implying "an intriguing discrepancy" between the ideals (meaning-system constructs) and observable prosocial behavior of religious persons (see Saroglou, 2006 for a brief review).
It is not our place to judge those who lived through the nightmarish Third Reich, but we can try to understand the influences that compromised the religiousity of these German Protestants.
Religiousity motivated Kiekegaard's critique of this coherent, rational subject, as he found belief offensive to reason.