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The Nature of Religion and Beliefs Notes

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Notes on the nature of religions and beliefs, including Aboriginal Spirituality.

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Australian Aboriginal mythology Spirituality Human behavior Religion Australian Aboriginal sacred sites Indigenous Australians Dream Prayer Good and evil
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Australian Aboriginal mythology Spirituality Human behavior Religion Australian Aboriginal sacred sites Indigenous Australians Dream Prayer Good and evil
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dimension o One’s worldview is their way of thinking that provides a structure, sense of purpose, guidance, motivation and meaning o Worldview is the system of understanding that gives humans a sense of order and meaning o Dynamic not static o An activity that is directed towards something other than ourselves o Received – initially from outside of ourselves o A response to – it aims at the pursuit of human liberation and salvation o Is sociological – it is ‘done’ as a community and within the context of a community o Is experimental – it is something which is ‘done’ o Is influential – it influences others and society – the crusades o Is human – it’s an essentially human pursuit to find answers to life’s big questions and as a means of ‘sustenance’ as one journey’s through life o Must include a system of believe and worship + Recognition of a diety/ie...
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