Akdoğan, Ali
September 2002
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2002, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p187
Academic Journal
Change is a social process which has always existed in the history of human being. Each society, no matter it is a modern or a primitive one, has more or less changes. This change varies according to time, place and conditions. The level of today's human being is a result of the historical accumulation. Change has not only been seen in material elements but in moral elements, as well. One of the moral elements that has changed is religion. Religious thoughts and behaviors change and differ from human to human and from society to society. This is caused by both time, place, and conditions and religious perceptions of the societies. As a result, religious under-standing changes and differs from society to society.


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