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•What I’m trying to display here with these two examples is that interfaith boundaries are basically no different than intrafaith boundaries. The true “only” difference is that interfaith is just a larger scale and intrafaith is a small scale of religion. They both have their postive and negative effects.
Another example would be another religion Islam which has the subdivisions of Sunni and Shia. Same with these two subdivisions, they both have the beliefs they agree on which classifys them under the same religion, yet at the same time they have their own beliefs which the other division may not believe which causes conflict between the two
Example would be how some countries have catholic and protestant communities the two are both subdivisions of the major Christian religion. Yet both have opposite beliefs and disagree on certain topics, yet they also may agree on some things which partially unit them
•Interfaith boundaries are the boundaries within the worlds major religions while intrafaith boundaries is the boundaries within a major religion
•Interfaith and intrafaith sound familiar but are widely different