Religious values

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Religious values are ethical principles founded in religious traditions, texts and beliefs. In contrast to personal values, religious-based values are based on scriptures and a religion's established norms.

Various aspects of the significance of religious values have been considered with respect to novels,[1] their relevance to a particular religious group (the Jains for instance or Latin Americans),[2][3] and in relation to human society.[4]

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  1. ^ The Ethical & Religious Value of the Novel Ramsden Balmforh - History - 2009 - 242 pages
  2. ^ Jains in the world: religious values and ideology in India John E. Cort - Religion - 2001 - 267
  3. ^ Understanding Latin Americans: with special reference to religious values... By Eugene Albert
  4. ^ essay Dalai Lama