Informative Speech: Do Religions Cause War

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Title: Religions cause war
Specific purpose: The purpose of my speech is to inform my audience should take several steps about the misunderstanding between religions to stop the war.
Central Idea: By supporting actions towards stricter laws against the effects on human and the environmental health, misunderstanding of religions will be brought to a halt.
Intro
I. Attention: Have anyone thought about the impacts of using the name of any religion to start a war? Could you imagine how people would judge you because of same extremists that fight in the name of his religion? These are the questions that everyone should think carefully before judging others. People who have some extremists to their religion are judged by other based on what these terrorist who
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1. Sean McCloud, in Class in American Religion and Religious Studies, March 2010, “Enhances our understanding of the connection between religion and social class by acknowledging the importance of cultural resources and situational factors in accounting for the different forms of religious."
2. Gillette. Roger. How Science Can Help Religion Benefit Society. June 2005, “This new understanding can help give us a new grasp of (1) the basic nature of religion, (2) the basic principles of major world religious traditions, and (3) the basic principles of religious ethics.”

Conclusion
I. Signal End: To sum up, it it’s a best benefit to save all people from wars and to let them together in everywhere.
II. Review Main Points:
III. Call to Action: right now it is in your hand and there are a lot of things you can do to understand the other religions in your states.
IV. Memorable Close: in addition, Holy Quran says that if someone is killed as though all human are killed, and also Holy Quran did not mention any religion about that case. Furthermore, all of heavenly books say that is killing others is taboo. Nevertheless, there are some extremis trying to involve the religion to make the heated between people and

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