Definition of religion tells us much

By |2013-07-19T05:26:36-07:00July 19th, 2013|Thoughts|

                                                                By Israel Drazin   Merriam Webster,, states “religion” derives from Middle English, religioun, from Anglo-French religiun, and Latin religio: supernatural constraint, sanction; or the Latin religare, to bind, restrain, tie back, secure. The same root yields the word “ligament.” The first known use is as late as the 13th century.[1] This concept of [...]