Amish Religion Joady Wagaman ANT 101: Introduction to cultural Anthropology Professor Henderson Ashford University August 2, 2010 Amish Religion The Amish religion requires them to abide by the rules of their bible, just like many other religions follow the rules of their bibles as well. The Amish must also follow a consistent behavior with many rules and regulations.
Religion is a very important aspect to the Amish society. Their religion also makes them more distinctive because the main values of the community are religious beliefs. The Amish separate themselves from others for a variety of religious reasons, often citing bible verses.