Globalization And Religion Essay

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All of my life I have seen the effects of religion through the world. Growing up in a Christian home and school, it was a foundation for my life. It creates morals, ideals, and goals on how to grow as a human being. There may be dozens of different religions and belief systems, but all come down to making you a better person, bringing others together in harmony, and creating a better world to live in. Now that sounds familiar, right? Globalization is the plan to bring everyone of the world together through a more economic standpoint instead of through ideals. Many of the early economies and countries were all based around religion. There was very little separation of church and state, as that is a fairly new concept. After the fall of the …show more content…
They want to bring the word of god to everyone of the world, so they begin sending missionaries and explorers on hundreds of journeys. Some are welcome, others not so much; however, they find routes to these new lands and send word back home of the welcoming countries. As the church hears of this, they begin to think more politically and economically instead of simply religiously. Traders and businessmen, instead of missionaries, will conduct the next travel to these countries. The Christian church pushes forward creating trade routes all through the world, creating the first look at globalization mainly through countries and …show more content…
It is an incredibly successful business, albeit they have not gone international yet, but as a privately owned franchise company, their success rate is almost unheard of. Every single restaurant is closed on Sundays to observe Christian religious practices, like attending church. The founder of Chick-Fil-A, Dan Cathy, pushes for every franchise owner to be a married Christian who regularly attends church, although that is not always the case. The company receives roughly 20,000 applications for franchises a year but only accepts less than 100. It is an incredibly rigid, as well as bizarre, structure, but they continue to find themselves on the top of the fast food leaderboards. Each store averages around $3.2 million in sales annualy, while second place McDonalds only boasts a $2.6 million in sales, even though there is nearly eight times the amount of McDonalds stores across

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