Critical issues in the study of religion vary depending on who is being asked. Just as the definition of religion varies with the culture of the person being asked so does the study of religion. If the person studying a given religion is not familiar with the culture of the area they may not have the same understanding as a person who is. Another issue in the study of religion is that not every religion is clearly outlined such as people who practice being spiritual instead of an institutionalized religion, this issue is one that walks hand in hand with the issue of rejection of absolutes. These have been issues that have become more and more obvious in the younger generations that do not feel the need to have one set belief rather an open faith.
Critical issues in religious education 124 pp, Veritas, 2005 Oliver Brennan, Finola Cunnane and Kieran Scott
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