In addition, religion involves facts that cannot be proven under any circumstances. For example, the existence of angels, devil and God need to be handled carefully as there is no tangible evidence to prove their existence. However, questioning these values one risks outcry from the affected religious groups that would feel their values have been undermined.
Therefore, journalist need to be careful when handling the religious traditions and beliefs to avoid reports that would affect their business. In most cases, many media houses have attempted to write the religious reports based on the information they collect from interviews. Instead of journalists’ research on how various issues affect the religion they find someone informed on the values and beliefs of a given religion and interview them to avoid personal writings that might provoke conflict and inflict negative relationship between the media houses and the believers.