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    Greeks saw the acts of the Gods in everything, even the turnout of the wars. Does this indicate a more primitive society? Are we really greatly different today?

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    Please refer to my response attached and some supporting documents as well.

    Greeks saw the acts of the Gods in everything, even the turnout of the wars. Does this indicate a more primitive society? Are we really greatly different today?

    A worldview is the overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world.

    I would argue that it does not indicate a primitive society, just a different era and indeed a worldview that still exists today (i.e., Ben Laudin, for example, calls it a Holy War" as god told him to do it" - although has only one god - Allah as the prime mover who moves through people). For the most part, if you look at historical views, it has been rather a circular experience. We have had periods in our history moving from religious worldview including God or gods to a more secular - humanistic view of the world without God or ...

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