HUM 130 Week 2 DQ 1 - 7719

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has affected the spiritual lives of the indigenous peoples you explored. Are indigenous religions still practiced today? If so, how have the practices changed over time?

 

Post the two Web site URLs in the thread along with your answers to the questions.

 

Site 1: http://www.iwgia.org/sw17294.asp#516_13993

 

There are many different religions in Argentina, but one presented in the article called Kom or Toba. They speak their native language and have created their “own churches on the basis of a fusion of their own beliefs and the Protestant religion”.  Indigenous people are rare inArgentina because they were forced to adopt a foreign religion, though few still practice in private; but being indigenous is unpopular and often hided because of oppression and discrimination.

 

Site 2: http://exploringafrica.matrix.msu.edu/

 

Religions outside of Africathat are known more than others are Santeria and Vodou. African religions have been practiced for centuries, and they are still alive today and even spread outside of original places. The web-site describes many religions; one of the main ideas was that African religions are ‘not traditional’, but rather ‘dynamic’, or open to change. As it is mentioned before, these religions are flexible and been influenced by Christianity, and vise versa.

 

 

 

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has affected the spiritual lives of the indigenous peoples you explored. Are indigenous religions still practiced today? If so, how have the practices changed over time?

 

Post the two Web site URLs in the thread