5 Answers

  1. It is obvious that these 30 or 40 years do not involve any massive changes that can affect religion. The only clear change that we can talk about in the near future is a new stage of technology development. Lenses with additional reality, using robots on a large scale. No matter what we think of this area, it cannot radically change religion as a whole. Similar technological revolutions have already taken place. And religions reacted in almost no way. If Muslims believe that women should be controlled by men, we can observe this even now, in a sufficiently technologically advanced world. And even the great pull of world politics towards democracy has changed almost nothing. Orthodox Christians will continue to accuse technology of corrupting society, but they will not do anything about it. Catholics will be more loyal. Nothing out of the ordinary.

  2. Religion is a patriarchy, and since patriarchy is a thing of the past, I think that religions in their heavy form will also die out, maybe there will be some light forms, such as Buddhism.:)

  3. I don't think anything will change significantly. Not such a long period of time.�

    Vedic knowledge and vegetarianism, I think, will spread even more widely. But the Vedas are not a religion in the sense in which we now use the term.�

    And with religion as a whole, nothing significant will happen. And even more so, it will not be lost, as someone wrote here.

  4. It won't be there.

    The sincere discussions that are taking place today on this topic are preparing the ground for the majority of people to accept the complete absence of a religious component in their lives. This will happen not evolutionarily, but as an intervention on the part of the political system. For many, this will be very painful, because it will destroy the traditional way of life, which was based on religious beliefs. For some, it was an income.

    The most strange thing may seem that all this will be done in fulfillment of some prophecies recorded in the Bible, which explains the reason for future events. Those who trust what is written will see with their own eyes many amazing things that will happen soon. Can such a person then be called a believer, if this has become a reality for him?

  5. Read Z.Freud's “The Future of one Illusion”, in general, Mr. Freud reveals the evolution of religion and its relationship to society, and also makes an analysis on future religions in general.

    My personal opinion is that almost all the dominant confessions will develop dynamically, a vivid example of this is the liberal reforms within the Catholic Church. This suggests that religion tends to be relevant in modern society. However, it should be understood that the reaction of the conservative part will be very aggressive. Most likely, there will be more and more new trends within individual religions, which on the one hand will either support the trends of official councils, or oppose them. However, we are not in the Middle Ages, so that the councils of a particular denomination can declare the opposition as heresy, and therefore, certain sects,parties, etc. will actively develop in an information-free society.�

    What does this mean? In general, there is nothing to worry about, history repeats itself. The official church (if we take Christianity for example) will be updated, opponents of reforms will appear, which will most likely lead to new and new theological discussions, but this will not interfere with the relevance of religion as a whole.

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