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Why Is Religion Always Common in Human Culture?

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09/08/2012 10:45 PM
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Why Is Religion Always Common in Human Culture?
I have noticed that in Human Culture, there are always 2 constants...

Family, and Religion.

If you honestly think about it, there is no such thing as "No Religion," because even if you are an athiest, and believe in nothing. You still are religious, you have faith that there is no god. You just aren't as religious as others. (I recall my old Sociology classes, that the term was 'Religiosity") but you never are completely unreligious.

Anybody have any thoughts and ideas about this?
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