Religion and Social change

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What did Engles believe about religion?
Engles believed that religion could be a revolutionary force and is the only means to create change.
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What did Otto-Manduro say about religion?
He said religion is ''often one of the main channels to bring about social revolution.''
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Martin Luther King and social change?
Martin Luther King resisted oppression and segregation by appealing to fellow christians for equality. This movement resulted in social and political rights for black people in 1960's America.
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Islamic fundamentalism encouraged social change?
Under rulings of the Shah women were able to wear western clothes, alcohol could be drank and education was secular. Islamic fundamentalists revolted in 1979 to regain traditional religious ideas.
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Catholic priests in Latin America?
In 1960's and 1970's catholic priests criticised the bourgeoise and preached the idea of liberation theology which led to resistance and social change.
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What did Otto-Manduro say about religion?

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He said religion is ''often one of the main channels to bring about social revolution.''

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Martin Luther King and social change?

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Islamic fundamentalism encouraged social change?

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Catholic priests in Latin America?

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