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    Obviously, as an educator who is not personally acquainted with you, I cannot know what are important and familiar elements of your personal life; therefore I will focus on the parable as a genre...

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    For the most part, this is a question whose answer depends on the attitudes and beliefs of the individual who is choosing a particular career. There are a very few careers that people only choose...

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    The answer to this question requires an understanding of Epistemology, the study of knowledge, more specifically, how knowledge is defined and taxonomized. Put simply, how do we “know” things,...

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    Personally, I would like to meet Abraham. There are a few reasons why. Abraham's story is probably one of the most inspirational when it comes to questions of faith. Abraham and his wife prayed...

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    The discussion of "Ātman is Brahman" and "That Thou Art" (sometimes for clarity written, as above, as "That One, Thou Art") is an objective discussion based in Vedantic theology as expressed in...

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    The Vedas are the recorded revelations of the earliest thinkers who were at one in mind and soul with the essence of the cosmos and the essential truths of the cosmos. Their thoughts and teachings...

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    First, this assignment seems intended to prompt you to explore your own personal faith tradition and sense of the relationship between justice and the divine. While an educator can present the...

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    According to the bible, children are not free from demonic possessions. There are examples of demonic possessions in the Bible, and children are not left out either. For instance, in Acts...

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    1 Kings 18:43 states that: “Go and look toward the sea,” he told his servant. And he went up and looked. “There is nothing there,” he said. Seven times Elijah said, “Go back.” Prior...

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    In the Christian calendar, Lent refers to the period before Easter, and it is usually a six-week (40 days) long observation, before the Easter celebrations. There might be variations among the...

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    Whereas Buddhism focuses on the teachings of Gautama Buddha, who they believe is enlightened, but not deity, Christianity worships Jesus Christ as the son of God. Buddhism originated from the...

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    A Christian would likely choose Christian education because it helps strengthen the faith "triangle." The three parts of that triangle are church, home, and school. A family can effectively teach a...

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    The correct choice is human beings. According to the Hindu religion, religious faith is important to humanity. Religious faith provides information about the universe and all life forms. It also...

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    Christianity is one of the three Abrahamic faiths and members of this religion follow the teachings of Jesus Christ as described in the New Testament of the Bible. Jesus of Nazareth was a rabbi...

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    The D, or Deuteronomist source, is thought to have written most of Deuteronomy and the books of Joshua through Second Kings in the 7th and 6th centuries BCE. This source's legal system was based on...

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    According to the Documentary Hypothesis, also called the Wellhausen Hypothesis, the Torah (the first five books of the Bible) were drawn from four separate narratives and were later combined into a...

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    Of these options, the only one that is true is Option A. All the other options contain false statements. Option B says that Buddhism began in Japan. This is incorrect. Buddhism actually began in...

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    Life is simply a term that distinguishes animate from inanimate beings. In general, a being is considered alive if it is capable of taking in nourishment and responding to stimuli. A meaning is...

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    Greek history, philosophy and mythology show that the Greek community appreciated certain values among their folks. These values can be traced back to the Platonic virtues by the notable Greek...

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    In Reason, Faith, and Tradition: Explorations in Catholic Theology, Martin Albl focuses on the relationship between faith and reason, challenging the notion that they are incompatible with one...

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    Your main task in this essay is to narrow your topic. There are over 7 billion people currently alive in the world, and there is no way you could know how religion has affected all of their lives,...

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    The word “betrayed” is a little misleading, according to one view of the events: if one believes that the events were preordained and part of the “plan” of the Deity, then all the actions...

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    The Gothic movement was a metamorphosis of literature and art away from the optimistic toward the pessimistic view of life and society. Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole is widely considered to...

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    Parousia is the Greek Term meaning "rapture". There have been differences of opinion regarding this from the earliest period of the church. It has also be understood to refer to a spiritual...

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    Augustine of Hippo (354 – 430) was one of the most important Church Fathers. He was extremely influential on medieval Christian thought, and later among thinkers of the Protestant Reformation....

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    Great question! Actually, the Christian (primarily Catholic) tradition of celebrating the Eucharist developed out of Passover traditions. Jesus of Nazareth was raised in a Jewish society and even...

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    Two men desrve most of the credit for the story of Noah's ark becoming more child-friendly: Jacobus Revius and Peter Spier. Jacobus Revius, a Dutch writer, re-told the classic Bible story in his...

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    This is such a hard-hitting question, and many disagree on the subject. Depending on what religion a person follows, their understanding of the world, life, and death may include the idea of Hell....

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    Martin Luther, who lived from 1483 to 1546, was one of the champions of the Protestant Reformation. He was a German monk and professor of theology. Through his studies and work, he came to disagree...

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    A good strategy for relating the Gospels to real life might be to take a cue from Jesus. To illustrate the lessons he preached throughout the Holy Land, Jesus used parables. Parables are tales that...

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    Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Bible and Christian Old Testament, was traditionally thought to have been authored by Moses, but most modern scholars now believe it was written between the...

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    This is a huge question, but I will rely on the work of theologian Walter Brueggemann in his book Genesis: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching, which focuses on preaching...

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    Pilgrimage may refer to any sort of special journey with an intended destination of believed significance. For example, if I needed a rare ingredient to cook my favorite dinner, I might have to...

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    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (sometimes called LDS Church or Mormonism) is a sect of Christianity founded by the Prophet Joseph Smith in the 19th century. People who are members...

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    Because both of these religions began very long ago, and because Hinduism does not even have anyone who is identified as its founder, it is very difficult to answer this question. If a religion...

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    According to the Catholic News Agency, the Roman Catholic Church affirms four key dogmas about Mary's role in salvation and relationship with God. First, Catholics believe that Mary was the...

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    There were many small ascetic movements in early Christian communities, but they were not regulated for productive communal living. The eventual spread of urbanization in Europe made it difficult...

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    Many belief systems hold that there is or was some supernatural entity responsible for the creation, prosperity, or maintenance of certain natural phenomena. Some deities may be "born" into...

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    The Protestant Reformation, which grew out of widespread dissatisfaction with the greed of the Roman Catholic Church, was started by Martin Luther in Germany in 1517. It was an attempt to change...

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    The book of Judges is in the Old Testament and is considered to be one of the "history" books in the Bible, a book that tells about events and people. Judges tells of events that happened after...

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    The best way to approach this question is to think about the ways that you have encountered the archetype of the Trojan Horse in literature. When you see the Trojan Horse, or something that is...

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    Despite living in the early 15th century, Joan of Arc's story remains incredibly relevant to young people today. Like most young people today, Joan was born into ordinary circumstances. She was a...

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    Mahatma Gandhi was a leader in the fight for Indian independence from rule by the British crown. Gandhi favored and inspired others to employ non-violent civil disobedience. Although Gandhi was...

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    The religious climate of the Salem Witch Trial period was one of Puritanism. Puritans were called such for two reasons: They sought to purify new Protestant practices from any vestiges of the...

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    Presbyterians and Baptists both belong to Protestant Christianity, which traces its origins to the 16th century when reformers like Martin Luther and John Calvin began to preach against the...

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    Christianity and Judaism are two of the world's three largest monotheistic faiths (with Islam being the third). They have strong historical connections, as Christianity first emerged as a sect (or...

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    The most prominent and well-known mention of eating in the Book of Revelation is found in Chapter 19, which describes the “marriage supper of the Lamb.” The writer (who identifies himself as...

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    The Iowa Tribe is the same as the Ioway Tribe—Native Americans of the Great Plains. Their culture was comprised of elements of the Plains and Woodland tribes, which were nomadic and developed an...

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    This is a question that can never be answered with certainty, at least not while we are alive on Earth. It is generally impossible to prove that any religion is right or wrong. Of course, we can...

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    The prophet Ezekiel did not experience captivity in the sense that we often think of it—that is, being kept in prison—but was taken into exile when the Babylonians attacked and defeated Judah...

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