Religion and Education Essay

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Religion and Education Once upon the time, religious classes were taught only in Mosques in Morocco, since Mosques at that time were considered as educational establishments. Then, when the French colonization took place in Morocco, the French system started to shown up through the construction of hospitals, roads, and the most important thing schools. As a result, people started to go to schools and became more conscious about the concept of the world, and that life is not all about religion, yet there is something as important as faith, which is education. Hence, the religion attendance rises precisely with education through denomination and shrinks across individuals in the Moroccan society. Thus, this puzzle explains the education-belief positive relationship that causes the social solidarity and which in turn results from the proper understanding of religion’s concept. As Sir John Lubbock, a liberal politician, believes that “A wise system of education will at least teach us how little man yet knows, how much he has still to learn” (C10). Also, Isaac Bashevis, an American novelist and a winner of the Nobel Prize of Literature, claims that “Doubt is part of all religion. All the religious thinkers were doubters” (28). In addition, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, a Russian spiritualist and writers, believes that there is no religion higher than truth. Indeed, there is a strong relation between the three quotes that I sited above, which is about a strong educational system that makes the alphabetical people to think about the things that they do not know a lot about and to start wondering and doubting in order to fulfil the real meaning of religion regardless of any type of religious communities. Although students trust on their teachers because they are a position of a great trust, teachers should not take advantage from students-especially the

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