I am looking at ways in which religion/religious experience seems to be the source of good and moral religious behaviour and one example I have is William and Catherine Booth who set up a group that later became known as the salvation army, I understand that they help others particularly over social issues but I don't understand how it links to religion other than the fact 1) Catherine and William were very religious. Did they use religious beliefs to get people on board with the group? or use their beliefs to help others? can someone explain how they use religion to help.
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- 15-06-2016 16:10
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