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Manplan 5, Religion Part II: ‘Moslems, Buddhists, Christians: there is an underlying similarity of attitudes’

This photo essay looked at the similarities of the various religions

Manplan 5: Religion was originally published in March 1970, and was republished online in April 2016

‘By contrast, environments created in times of religious strenght, reflect man himself, his effrot, his values, the set of his mind’ 

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‘Let us look now at cult: Moslems, Buddhists, Christians: there is underlying similarity of attitudes’

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‘The different religious traditions are still in theory infinitely far apart, but exchange and sympathetic contact over a long period will increasingly draw them together as is happening within Christendom: prayer, Catholic and Quaker’

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‘But cleavage with non-believers lessens too as belief breaks out of its sixteenth-century bondage’

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‘Belief newly concerns itself increasingly with social and political issues’

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‘The Demostration expresses this, a hotted up version of the procession: a new ‘face‘ of religion’

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