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What makes religious authorities hold inordinate power & persuasion among the poorest


& the least educated among us? What makes religion extremely attractive to the poorest & least educated people?

 

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    Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) 18 months ago

    This is SO TRUE. Many poor/uneducated people see religion as a bright beacon to their often infernal lives. Religion has been a "great friend" to the poor which is why religion is empowered by the poor/uneducated.

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    Grace Marguerite Williams (gmwilliams) 18 months ago

    This is so true. Notice the proliferation of churches in poorer neighborhoods. On almost every corner, there IS A CHURCH!

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    J Lauren Scott (JLauren Angel) 18 months ago

    You clearly missed the point of the question. Perhaps you should read, rather than assume.


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