Köylü, Mustafa
March 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2004, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p17
Academic Journal
The essence of human development is shaped by childhood period. The early period of childhood is extremely important for the future of an individual. How this period is important for the child in terms of biological, psychological and social aspects, it is also important for his/her religious development and religious education, too. For the basis of religious behavior of the person is constructed in the early years of the childhood. The aim of this study is to examine the religious beliefs, concepts, and the imaginations of God of children who belong to the different culture, faiths and traditions. The study concludes that the religious thinking appears in the early years of childhood depending on his/her environment


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