Breaking Up the "Religious" Conflict: Some Comparative Perspectives

Bakhruddin Fannani

Abstract


Actually, we can take advantage of it - or even stop inter-religious "conjunctions", because all religions have very strong relationships with the community. That is, every religion - doctrine, dogma, teaching, and practice - have the same opportunity to influence the community. However, this needs to be taken more seriously by all parties.


Keywords


doctrine; religion; dogma

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18860/ua.v5i2.6165

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