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Religion (/rəˈlɪʤən/) is a social-cultural system of designated behaviours and practices, morals, world-views, texts, sanctified places, prophecies, ethics, or organizations, that relates humanity to supernatural, transcendental, or spiritual elements.[1]

People in North-Western Europe, where English originated, have traditionally followed Christianity. As a consequence, Christianity and The Bible have had significant influence upon English. Christian missionaries have had importance in the history of English teaching, and it remains a part of many missionary curricula today.

Religion is a PARSNIP, but Teflpedia has some religion conversation questions.

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