Common Word Agreement

Only about a quarter of those who belong to non-Christian beliefs (26%) share this view. In non-Christian beliefs, it is more common to see God as an impersonal force. Muslims are very divided on whether their religion should retain traditional beliefs and practices or adapt traditional beliefs and practices to new circumstances. Among other religious groups, including Jews, Protestants, and Catholics, the most common view is that religions should adapt traditional practices. In the act, the word is used as a synonym for consent, as in “The Minister of Finance has received the written consent of the Attorney General.” Here`s a presidential example: As with other traditional criteria of religious faith, older adults than young adults say that the sacred text of their religion is the Word of God.