Religion makes the world go round even if we don’t acknowledge it. While most of us want to believe that it is politics that shape the world at large, we are actually mistaken as religion has shaped human societies throughout time, from primitive life to our modern world today. Even nowadays, religion still affects the decisions of the state and people rely on religion to help them survive some really bad times in life.
But as we become more engrossed with our smart gadgets and devote all our free time to the web and various social networks, people spend less time in church or reading the Gospel. Strengthening our spirituality is put aside and most of us now prefer to browse the web for all the most recent viral content and to stay updated on the lives of our friends and everyone we follow on social media. People used to go to churches at least every Sunday but that is rarely happening anymore. Instead of praying, many vents out their feelings on status updates or nonsense rants on social media.
Young social media users are less likely to commit to one religious tradition than those who do not use social media, according to a