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  1. Religion is a very ancient educational organization that for thousands of years created social terminology based on the letter R. Initially, word creation worked with the syllables ra-ro-ru and so on., but then during the arrival of the so-called Aryans who seized land in the agricultural property of aristocrats, an alternative scientific movement appeared that put vowels before R. And now we have thousands of geographical names like … bURg, er, ar, Iraq, Irkutsk.

    The Re-league is a network united by a common idea and which has moral ideals, but like any organization, it is primarily a community of sinful people who have a carnal body and interests at the same level. Before the advent of religion, people lived many times more humanly. Here is an eyewitness account.

    Philipp Johann Stralenberg was an officer in King Charles XII's Swedish army during the Northern War, and was promoted to captain in 1703. After the battle of Poltava, he was taken prisoner, sent to Siberia to Tobolsk, where he remained a prisoner for 13 years. Here he collected rich ethnographic and cartographic material and information about discoveries in the North-eastern part of Asia in the first quarter of the XVIII century, which he used to create the map “Russia and the Great Tartary of 1730” and the book “Historical and geographical description of the northern and eastern parts of Europe and Asia”, published in Stockholm in 1730.

    Here is a testimony about the moral character of the Siberian peasants, which he left in the encyclopedic book “Northern and Eastern parts of Europe and Asia”. “At the same time, however stupid and simple-minded these pagans may be, they are also very natural, sincere and pious people who know little about false oaths, theft, fornication, gluttony, deception and other such great vices. There is rarely one among them who will wrongly accuse anyone, except for those who live among Russian Christians, from whom they are gradually learning to do so.”

  2. There are concepts of etiquette, morals and morals.

    Etiquette reflects the system of behavior of a narrow group of people united by social, financial or egregious belonging to this group and fixed by strict internal rules (etiquette ).

    As a rule, elite communities strictly adhere to etiquette in clothing, speech styles, food intake methods, and so on, maintaining their social circle and not allowing foreign elements to enter it.

    Violations of etiquette can lead to censure or exclusion from the community.

    Morality is the worldview of the entire society and is developed in order to define a system of values that allows all its diverse strata to exist, as well as to establish legislative priorities in the behavior of both individuals and various strata of society.

    Moral violations are differentiated according to the severity of the harm caused and are strictly punished by legislative acts.

    Morality is inherent in each person individually and is a spiritual system of values that allows you to develop creatively in the process of becoming a person as you grow up.

    Morality is characterized by a set of principles, in which strong-willed qualities come to the fore , reflected in the knowledge of the Divine laws of nature and society, the degree of perfection in the approach to solving problems and choosing the right vector of development direction.

    Morality, as a characteristic of the individual, is embedded in the “bone” (spine) and allows you to determine GOOD and EVIL when choosing an action algorithm.

    RE-LIG-I-Ya stands for re-unification or union of a clerical (narrow circle of people) united by egregorial affiliation in the worship of various Spiritual hypostases and fixed rules and regulations.

    Religion as one of the moral principles correlates with the legislation in many countries where religious influence on public life is great.

    Morality is in conflict with religious beliefs that deny a person's independent choice in solving problems.

    The congregation is entirely subject to the will of the religious mentor.

    Independent judgments and actions of the parishioner (ci) fall under the strict control of various church hierarchies, which ” receive a blessing from above.”

    It can be concluded that etiquette and morality correlate with the structure of religious communities and express the priorities of certain segments of the population of modern society.

    Morality directly connects a person with the Higher Divine Principle, isolating the transfer of religious links.

  3. Vysotsky,, good religion was invented by Hindus,,. Religions are works on free topics, those who did not supplement the Bible. The word of God-the Bible-is written by the prophets with the help of the Holy Spirit. The Bible is the requirements of God, laws ,including about morality. God has told us what we can do and what is an abomination to him. I will not list all the commandments, about morality – and morals – prohibition of fornication,adultery- ( and it is clearly stated-,, with a friend's wife,do not lie down,with a sister,aunt,mother,etc. with cattle – do not copulate,same – sex relationships are an abomination to God – Leviticus 18/6-23 and 20/10-23)(Romans 1/26-32)( Hebrews 13/4)( Jude 1/7, 8)( 1 Timothy 1/10)( 2 Peter 2/9 14)( 1 John 2/16) ( 1 Corinthians 6/18-20), etc. Do you think that the Catholic Pope marries same-sex marriages, even though he knows that God forbade such relations, the pope does this according to the Bible, according to the word of God, or does he simply adjust the religion to suit himself?? The answer is obvious! Never, in any age, would a person write down for himself such laws that are constantly violated! This proves once again that it was God who left us the laws of morality and morals!!

  4. There are moral norms where the proper behavior is postulated (do not kill, do not steal, do not worship other gods, an eye for an eye, etc.). Since religion absolutizes morality, morality for it is simply a synonym for morality. However, in practice, there are models of behavior when only a personal willingness to follow it ensures any principle. This is how the distinction between morality and morality appears.

  5. Religion and morality are two different things.

    They are connected by the fact that both arose as a result of the human need to evolve, strive somewhere, and change.

    But religion / ideology is the goal, and morality (morals)is the goal.- this is a detailed path to the goal.

    In monotheism, the first commandment is always about reverence (in Judaism and Islam) and love (in Christianity) for God. And then – about the relationship of people. In Exodus 20, in Mt 22: 37-39.

    Interestingly,” love your neighbor ” is also found in Leviticus 19:18. But the first commandment of Christ is: love God. Christianity is not submission to God, but love for Him. Because God, the spiritual world, is the UNITY of THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE. And this is also the ideal of people, which every person has in the inner world. Christianity is a closer fusion of the inner moral law of man and God's commandments. “Love the enemy”, love the perfect good. But I note that Christians still have one enemy – the devil.

    Now, as a result of the ideology of liberalism and pluralism, an immoral religion, Satanism, is slowly being legalized. See Wikipedia “The Church of Satan in San Francisco”,”The Temple of Satan”. There is a credo: extreme individualism, selfishness, violence, permissiveness.

  6. Here we need to talk about what kind of religion we are talking about. Yes, all the most common religions have a connection with morality. But there are enough religions that have no connection with moral norms.

  7. There is no direct connection. A religious person may well be a scoundrel, and an atheist-a righteous person. And vice versa. Religion only advises how to live. A person makes his own decisions and is responsible for them

  8. You have no idea what you're asking for … Only Jews and Christians have real commandments Muslims do not recognize any commandments they have their own appearance of relationship with God and man … But if we talk about moral norms and commandments then the first thing that comes to mind is love God and your neighbor as yourself This is the basis and foundation of all moral and moral norms and of course the first commandment that God once gave to people…

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