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Religion has culturally been expressed in different perspectives. Anthropologists such as E. B. Tylor, who studied religion proposed that religion evolved through the following three stages. animism, polytheism, and monotheism. According to Tylor, animism originated through attempts by people to explain dreams and trances, and Monotheism is the belief in a single and all-power deity while Polytheism is the belief in multiple gods.Religion is culturally universal, but with regard to its beliefs and practices, they vary across the different cultures, and there are also different kinds of religion.
The different kinds of religion as identified by Wallace are. Shamanic, Communal, Olympian, and Monotheistic. Shamanic religion is a characteristic of foraging societies. This kind of religion is religious figures called Shamans, who are the mediators between people and supernatural beings and forces. Shamans include curers, spiritualists, astrologers, and diviners. Communal religion on the other hand is among the foragers but is more typically associated with farming societies (Kaplan, 1973).
Christianity, having a greater number population is the world’s biggest religion. Its teachings are based on Jesus Christ. Christianity and other monotheistic religions, Judaism and Islam, do believe in a sovereign God, and that He is the creator of the universe and its existence he continually maintains. This is supported by the Thomistic doctrine of creation continuous, from whose view is that God is the cause of existence and that everything lies within His power, thus nothing can exist on its own.
From this point of view, creation is therefore termed as metaphysical rather than being a physical and temporal concept. The argument by William McCrea who was a devout Christian and also state physicist was that cosmology, in any form it exists in, must include the postulation of a divine creator.