Religion Essay Topics

Prayer in Public Schools

In the essay named “Banning Prayer in Public Schools Has Led to America’s Demise” by Gary Bergel, the argument is made that by removing prayer and any form of religious contemplation has caused America to plummet from righteous living, prosperity and success within the last quarter century. He states that from around June 25, 1962,… View Article

Religious teaching

‘Religious teachings offer the only sound basis for moral reasoning.’ Critically examine arguments for and against this opinion. Morality is the knowledge and practice of what is moral, which may, according to your personal view be instinctive, be associated with religion and culture, or be acquired by reasoning. Most, if not all religions have a… View Article

Festivals are the best way to learn about your faith

“Festivals are the best way to learn about your faith.” Do you agree? Give reasons to support your answer and show that you have thought about different points of view. Refer to Judaism in you answer. (15 marks) According to Jews, each individual has a strong duty to uphold their covenant with God. In fact,… View Article

Knowledge and Understanding of the Confessions of Jeremiah

Outline your knowledge and understanding of the Confessions of Jeremiah Jeremiah was the son of Hilkiah, and a member of a priestly family. He was a native of Judah and came from Anathoth, a small village in the north east of Jerusalem. His prophetic ministry lasted from approximately 626 to 580BC, and is one of… View Article

The ethical principles and teaching of one religion

Examine the ethical principles and teaching of one religion, focussing particularly on what is believed about the nature and value of human life, and the relationship between humans and the environment. Most religions have similar ethical principles and beliefs on the value and nature of human life; however this essay will be focusing on one… View Article

A study of islamic and hindu belief about life after death

The concept of life after death can be traced back to prehistoric periods. Man has always believed there is something beyond death and in our modern scientific world there is no exception. My aim is to explore the concept of life after death in two of the biggest world spread religions today. I will be… View Article

The Inclusivity of Islam

There exists today an innumerable count of religions. This situation occurs simply because the definition of religion includes, “a specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects” (religion, n.d.). Since this definition does not specify what the ‘number of persons’ includes, two people might share a… View Article

What is Jihad?

What is jihad? Do you know what it means, if so, do you think that it only means only to fight or have a battle. No, it doesn’t. ‘Struggling and striving’ is also jihad. If you really try hard to please your only creator, Allah, by doing a good deed or trying to read Qur’an… View Article

Who are the Muslims?

There are Muslims in almost every country in the world. Look at the map above and you can see where there are a majority of the population who are Muslim. In more than 50 countries of the world Muslims make up the majority of the religious believers. Most Muslims live in the area around the… View Article

What is Hajj

Hajj is one of the five Islamic pillars. It is where all capable Muslims must go on a pilgrimage at least once in a lifetime to Makkah in the last month of the Islamic year. These months are Muharram, Safar, Rabi al-Awal, Rabi al-Thani, Jumad al- Ula, Jumad al-Thani, Rajab, Shabaan, Ramadaan (Month for Daily… View Article

Islam in UK

I am going to write about “Islam”. In this topic, I’ll describe Islamic values, Islamic traditions, the meaning of Islam and other things, which are related to Islam. I am writing this to inform Muslims about Islamic culture and values. I have chosen this topic to advise and persuade them to follow the right ways… View Article

Islam – The Life of Muhammad

A prophet is someone through whom Allah speaks. The Qur’an names 25 prophets, but tradition says there have been 124,000 in all. For Muslims, Muhammad in Allah’s last prophet, known as the ‘seal of the Prophets.’ The exact date of Muhammad’s birth in Mecca is unknown, but it is thought to have been no later… View Article

Identify the characteristics beliefs and practises associated with Krishna

And what is the significance for a devotee of Krishna. Krishna is believed to be Vishnu’s eight incarnations. Vishnu represents the “preserver” status in the Trimurti but is more frequently appreciated in his incarnation as Krishna. Krishna appears in many mythological stories but is most famously remembered for his part in the Bhagvad Gita. This… View Article

Hinduism and Drug Abuse

“Hinduism’ has many religious and cultural traditions which stem from the Vedas, the ancient Sanskrit writings of India. The tradition, therefore, has no clear beginning, and has no single founder or single belief, but there are a number of beliefs and practices which are widely accepted. Practically all Hindus believe in the idea of reincarnation,… View Article