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Global Society Essay

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Spirituality is about the concept of soul that deals with issues of inner beliefs and feelings. It included a belief in a power operating in the universe that is greater than oneself and an awareness of the purpose and meaning of life and the development of personal plus absolute values. In another word, it is the way you find hope, comfort, meaning and inner peace in your life. Some examples of the characteristics of spirituality would be the acts of compassion and selflessness, altruism, and the experience of inner peace. (Spirituality, n.d.)
Religion is defined as the human quest for, experience of, and response to the holy and sacred. In religion, the religious expressions are in ...view middle of the document...

Christian and Christ-follower are now considered as a two different thing as the New Spirituality is now slowly taking over the Christian faith in today’s Christianity. (Hartzell, 2008) The New Spirituality is also known as the New Age. Unlike any other formal religions, it has no holy text, creed, dogma and et cetera. It is a network of believers and practitioners who share the common beliefs and practices. In 1970’s, this New Age teachings has become well known because it was used as a reaction against the failure of Christianity and Secular Humanism to provide spiritual and ethical guidance for the future. This movement began in England in 1960, and slowly went across the world. (New Age Spirituality, n.d.)
Some of the beliefs for New Age are reincarnation, karma, aura and ecological responsibility. Reincarnation is the repeating circle of reborn and lives another life of human. Karma is ‘what goes around, comes around’, we are being punished or rewarded according to the things we have done by the end of our life in order to reincarnate into either a good new life or a painful one. Aura is believed to be an energy field radiated by the body; it can diagnose a person’s state of mind, spiritual and physical health. Ecological responsibility is the belief of importance in uniting to preserve the life of the earth. Other than beliefs, New Age does have their practices as well such as yoga, divination, meditating and crystal. Yoga is a scientific system of physical and mental practices that help us to achieve our potential and to experience lasting health and happiness. Divination is the use of something to foresee our future for examples I Ching and Tarot cards. Meditating is a process of making our mind to be blanked and releasing us from conscious thinking. Lastly, crystal is said to have possesses in healing energy. (Somerville, 2010)
Of all these beliefs and practices, yoga is said to be the most harmful to the Christianity. Religious leaders thinks that yoga is a sin against Christianity and whoever that practiced it is considered as they deny the reality of what yoga means or fail to see the contradiction between their commitment for Christian and their embrace of yoga. (Jones, 2010) The controversy between yoga and Christian has even made a major headline in the newspaper. (Is yoga ‘replacing’ Christianity, 2010) Yoga might seems to be just a physical exercise and there is nothing wrong for practicing if it really is, but Christian pointed out that the yoga position is containing the purpose of spiritual. (Mohler, 2010)
One of the differences between Christian and Christ-follower is that Christian is the people of the faith who will clearly set forth to the Word of God, whereas Christ-follower will be the people of any faith or religion. Besides, for a Christian, he/she believes that the right doctrine and theology is essential for salvation but for a Christ-follower, he/she thinks that things that you do is way more important than...

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