How does globalization affect religion and worldviews?
We live in a time of globalization. Individual, until now quite dispersed and separated cultures began to communicate, convey ideas, ideas and ideas. More and more foreign influences can be found in all communities. In the modern world, it is practically inevitable. Everything is aimed at a kind of monoculture, a world where there will be no significant differences that could be the reason for conflicts. But before that happens, there will be a need to determine which of the values in particular cultures will be the dominant ones. Unfortunately, this can not be determined democratically by voting. The only effective method of action is natural selection. So before the establishment of a monoculture will be possible, there must be many conflicts, battles, wars, and even terrorist acts. So far, these are natural ways for people to determine the validity of their values. In most cultures on our globe, the most important carrier of values, additionally creating and shaping them, are religions confessed by the local population. They, as the strongest representatives of particular cultural groups, will determine the shape of the target monoculture.