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What theory does the narrator propose in the first paragraph of “The Mark of the Beast”? A) In Asia, Asian gods rather than the Christian God control most events. B) The British Empire is doomed
because it disregards the values and traditions of native peoples. C) Western religion is true, and Eastern religion is false. D) All religions are really saying the same thing despite differences of detail.
B) The British Empire is doomed because it disregards the values and traditions of native peoples.
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