Morality in Humanities

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Morality in Humanities Transition can be defined as a movement, progression, or advancement from one structure, phase, or mode to another. As far as religion is concerned, religious belief in its most idyllic form can be regarded as an influential force for the creation of ecological transformations to subsequent generations that share parallel spiritual viewpoint and values. Religious Foundations of Polytheism, Monotheism, Henotheism and Pantheism Polytheism rests its belief in a multiplicity of gods distinguishing every divine being by particular functions. The gods are, for the most part, identical with function in India's Vedic religion such as Indra (the storm god), Yama (the god of death) etc. In polytheism, the worshippers do not have equal affection or fondness for every holy being. In all probability, polytheism is a progression from an earlier poly-demonism and is associated with animism, ancestor worship, and totemism as well. These mentioned forms of belief are supported by human inclination to worship all matter on earth and in heaven, all that is extraordinary or valuable, weird and wonderful or hideous ("polytheism," 2012). Monotheism cropped up against polytheism. It is a belief in one individual god. When it comes down to the monotheistic religion, it stresses on the existence and genuineness of one personal god that brings together the universe. Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Zoroastrianism are the most famous religions that promote oneness
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