Religion Back in School developing proper critical thinking

Critical thinking is a skill which many public schools lack the ability to develop properly because of the absence of religion.

Critical thinking is developed when public schools incorporate the connection between culture and religion into a religion course.

Being culturally aware enhances critical thinking because having the knowledge on how religion influences cultures, facilitates a student to see how the world beyond their world operates.

The world around us is full of false thoughts and ideas that are exposed to everyone. Without critical thinking, a student is capable of believing everything he sees and being manipulated by the false ideas.

By incorporating religion courses, students begin to use critical thinking in order to have better discernment.

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