religious belief


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In fact, religious beliefs are scarcely more private than actions are, for every religious belief is a source of potential action.
In a major new study co-written by New Zealand researchers, scientists traced the evolution of human culture and found that ecological factors play a role in shaping societies, including the development of religious beliefs.
Rather, it is the combination of this religious belief with low levels of humility about those beliefs that causes conflict.
It further noted that the constitution of the UAE stipulates that all citizens are equal before the law, without discrimination between citizens on grounds of religious belief.
As a result, of the four cases, only Ms Eweida (who worked for British Airways) was successful in arguing that her right to manifest her religious belief in the workplace had been infringed.
Eberhard Herrmann, Scientific Theory and Religious Belief An Essay on the Rationality of Views ofLfe (Kampen: Kok Pharos, 1995), p.
11), appears to ignore the fact that people of differing religious beliefs in "raging at each other" over which religious belief is the true and only word of god cause most of the world's wars and related deaths.
Man's inhumanity to man has often been triggered by some form of religious belief system.
Bona fide occupational qualification only exceptionally attaches to the employer claiming religious belief on proof of the job's needs, whereas equality for religious beliefs remains the norm for all employees.
This new study shows a neural mechanism by which religious belief affects pain perception.
MANY in Britain imagine that science and religious belief are incompatible, but in reality, across the world, millions of scientists believe in God.
A major report on religious belief in America - the U.
Martin's discussion of competence, capacity, and religious belief.
Phyllis Zagano aptly points out the virulent attacks on religion and religious belief rampant in the academy, which serve to shut out any discussion that includes a religious viewpoint.
There were no reports of societal abuses or discrimination based on religious belief or practice.
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