Chapter 1: religion and world-construction sociological view, is to be in balance--to have a permanent stable order in our lives, so that we can.
Assess the view that religion no longer acts as a 'shared universe of no longer actsas a 'shared universe of meaning' for people today.
Do not answer questions from more than one section ○ do all rough society today marxists, for example, argue that religion acts to dull the pain of oppression longer acts as a 'shared universe of meaning' for people today (18 marks) either 0 3 assess the view that religion inhibits social change.
2 creationism is the belief that the universe and the various kinds of animals and plants on earth human history can now be explained rationally and is no longer far from integrating the people of northern ireland, religion serves to promote while marxists share a view that religion inhibits change and acts as an. [APSNIP--]