Social Issues Storyboard - Religion

Social Issues Storyboard - Religion

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  • Introduction
  • Not everyone has the same opinions. As humans, we have rights and should make our own decisions. If we don't, then their is giong to always be that rebels and disagrees. "Religious differences have been a major source of conflict among nations. The rise of Protestantism in the 1500s led to intense religious strife in Europe, marked by wars between Catholic and Protestant nations. Such tensions still exist in some European countries, such as Northern Ireland, where outbreaks of violence between Catholics and Protestants have continued for many years."(Religious  Issues)  
  • Narration
  • In society, not everyone agrees. And a lot of people persecute other people and hurt other people that have different religions.
  • They can really seperate a country if people really wanted to. "For centuries, religious issues divided Europe. Religious controversies repeatedly flared up into wars, and religious persecution was widely practiced against Jews, Catholics, and various Protestant groups.
  • Conformation-Novel
  • "In sloppy lettering, the words JEWISH FILTH were spilling over at their edges."
  • Liesel did not like what her town said about the jews. She had one in her basment and he was her friend She can't do anything about it or it will put her family and her in danger.
  • Every country should let their people have their choice of what religion should be.
  • Confrontation-Research
  • If a country's leader has a different opinion than the rest of the county, most likely he will go down or there will be a lot of chaos.
  • "Freedom of religion is a central pillar among our most cherished American." (Freedom of Religion)
  • Concession/Refutation
  • "As late as 1962 twenty-four states permitted or required children to begin the school day with prayer. One such state was New York, whose board of regents devised a prayer seemingly innocuous enough to avoid offending any of the variety of religious believers in that state." (Schools)
  • In the book thief, Liesel lived in a world that hated Jews and she didn't understand why. They were human like her and no one should be treated differently.
  • Conclusion
  • "By shaping the moral standards of individuals, which then influence the decisions of policy makers, religion affects society in a profound way. Religion has also played an important role in many movements for social change, including the movement to abolish slavery in the United States."(Religious Issues)
  • "Keeping government and religion separate obviously means that government may not declare an official religion, such as the Church of England. It also means that government may not interfere in religious business."(Religion Freedom)
  • Some countries do have different opinions. The kings/queens that do make their country or continue old traditions think that they are doing the right thing for them and this is their point of view.
  • "Like many pre-Hispanic cultures, the Mayas (pronounced MY-uhs) did not distinguish between religion and government. While they considered the gods to be the rulers of their everyday life, they depended on their mortal rulers to ensure that the gods did not destroy the earth or extinguish the life-providing sun." (Maya)
  • "...assigned by Congress with the responsibility of reporting on religious persecution—argued that "The bill was written to promote religious freedom everywhere in the world. If some people are nervous about that, perhaps they should be." (Liberty)
  • In reality, no matter what your opinion is, you should always think about others opinion. We shouldn't treat someone a certain way because of their religion. It their opinion and your gonna have o accept that
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