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Comment on Swami Vivekanandas addresses at the Parliament of Religions Response to welcome.
Why is religion important in life, in the society, and in our country?
What are the Primary Cause and the secondary causes, according to philosopher Thomas Aquinas?
Does religion cause war? I need to write an argumentative essay on this topic.
How Many Brothers Did Joseph Have?
There are 5 kind of psalms: praise, wisdom, royal, thanksgiving, lament. There are 4 kinds of prayer: adoration, contrition, thanksgiving, supplication. Can you define each kind of psalm and each kind of prayer?
In this postmodern age, is there support that Scripture provides for reconsideration of traditional understandings of sexuality and sexual expression in faith traditions? If so, what constitutes healthy sexual expression? In a reconsideration of human sexuality, how does one’s doctrine comes into play?
What are the similarities between the three Abrahamic religions?
Lewis defined four virtues common to all people and reserved three as unique to the Christian: Faith, Hope, and Charity. How does Lewis define these ideas, and why are the unique (essential) to Christianity? Where do the ideas of Forgiveness and Humility fit?
Compare Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism in a short summary.
Name and define the seven dimensions of a religion. Give an example of each from two religions.
Who is John S. Kloppenborg, the author of Q the Earliest Gospel, and what is his standing in this field of study about Q?
What is Aquinas's first cause argument? Does it prove the existence of the traditional God of theism? Why or why not?
Why was John Calvin important with regard to the Reformation?
Who were the Anabaptists and what did they believe ?
How did Nimrod of Babylon die?
How Does Religion Affect Culture
What do most world religions have in common?
Explain the meaning of "That art thou."
God slaughtered a group of 42 children simply for mocking Elijah's baldness. Is that good?
What is the central theme of John S. Kloppenborg's book, Q The Earliest Gospel?
Biography on Robert H. Stein, author of Studying the Synoptic Gospels: Origin and Interpretation and the significance of this book.
What are the most prominent attributes of God in Genesis 1 ("The Beginning") and Genesis 2 ("Adam and Eve")?
Describe Laudato Si.
Defend or reject the thesis that every human person will be saved according to Christian principles.
According to Rosemary Ruether in "The Female Nature of God," what is the problem of a male image of God? What examples of suppressed "feminine" images in patriarchal theology does she give, and what is the problem with them? Does she think that pagan feminism is a solution? If not, what solution does she offer?
What are the positive effects of religion?
Who is Michael P. Knowles?
What is a short summary of "The Sermon at Benares"?
Who was the founder of Jainism?
In the Holy Bible, where does the story of Moses start and end? In other words, what is the book/chapter/verses? I would like to try to read the whole story of Moses.
How are the ideas in Swami Vivekananda's Address to the Parliament of Religion still relevant to us today?
What are the main themes in the book of Genesis in the Bible?
Why are rings not used in Seventh Day Adventist weddings? The Seventh Day Adventist religion is different from other denominations, and I need to know why they do not marry using wedding rings like other denominations. They use watches I think. I am writing a paper on religion.
Explain the significance of the blood painted onto the door frames in Exodus 12.
What are some ways religion can impact a life for the better or worse?
How can different religious practices can be analyzed according to the modes of material nature, with reference to Bhagavad-Gita, Chapter 17, Verses 1-3, and purports?
What were the differences between Puritans and Catholics in the 17th century?
How does religion promote social change?
How far is it, in miles, from Upper Room to Gethsemane during the time of Jesus?
What's the difference between Presbyterian and Baptist?
What does the snake in the Garden of Eden symbolize?
What are the compare and contrast views of fundamentalist vs a social gospel approach to christainity?
What is the difference between Scientology and Christianity?
How important is the Guru Granth Sahib for Sikhs, and are there parallels in Islam or Christianity? Should Sikhism be considered a blend of Hinduism and Islam?
What are the religious implications in the movie Mulan, and how is it applicable to Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, or Jainism?
What themes appear in John's prologue that appear throughout his Gospel that make it unique from the other Gospels in the New Testament?
What are the similarities and differences between Augustine and Aquinas when it comes to faith and reason?
What is meant by "social and institutional dimensions" in religion?
What's the difference between God and Jesus?