Religion in Communication

Pathos, Logos, Ethos

Persuasion through religion practices

Different religions throughout the world try to persuade as many people as they can. They want to preach their ideas through the world to spread their beliefs and thoughts. Religions often use the terms Ethos, Pathos, and Logos to accomplish that.
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So how do some religions use them ?

Many religions often have a speaker, or one that is closest to god like Pope Francis preaching Christianity. Many of these people use Ethos for their credibility. They give out the best impression they can possibly give and persuade their audience through Pathos and Logos. For Pathos, they emotionally speak to get their peer's attention, and for Logos, they get their attention through basic evidence and facts.

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How have these terms cause events in our history ?

These are very strong terms if used properly by some powerful leaders. As you all know, Gandhi persuades the British to end the rule over India. Hitler uses the Nazi regime to gain control over Poland. Even Osama Bin Laden persuades young men to fight in the Taliban. All these men have used these means of persuasion for an audience.

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Do we still use them today ?

Many people still uses these means of persuasion to attract the attention of an audience. With these persuasive powers, a small region/society could leave its mark on a global scale