Religion Essay Topics

Why God became man

Lehman Strauss’s article ” Why God Became Man” entails several arguments as to why the incarnation of Jesus Christ happened in the manner in which it did. Mr. Strauss states many truths that were affirmed by early church doctrine. The author base his statements on facts that even the Council of Chalcedon stated that Christ… View Article

Comparative Religion

Comparative Religion African Religion Study Questions 1. African idea of a High God is similar to that of Native American religions because they both believe that beyond all of the minor gods, goddesses, spirits, and ancestors there is one High God who created and in some sense still governs the universe. A difference between the… View Article

Exploring the essence of self in the western context

Statement of authorship I certify that this literature review is my own work and contains no material which has been accepted for the award of any degree or diploma in any institute, college or university. Moreover, to the best of my knowledge and belief, it contains no material previously published or written by another person,… View Article

Website Evaluation Essay

1. Ministry is…praying for others. Does the church have a prayer ministry? What does it look like? Yes. Brookhollow’s prayer ministries are integrated into small groups for congregation members and community outreaches. Some of the prayer ministries are set up for direct services. For example, people whose lives are affected in some way by cancer… View Article

Assess the view that secularisation

There is no agreed definition of the word secularisation- depending on how you define it will determine whether or not it is happening/exists. Some will argue that; secularisation is happening, it never happened, it did happen, or it’s a western issue. The exclusivist definition sees religion as involving beliefs in some supernatural, supra-human being or… View Article

To err is Human, to forgive is Devine

Everyone makes mistakes, commit sins at some point in their life. It’s human nature to make mistakes. But to forgive someone from those mistakes is indeed very hard. It doesn’t happen naturally like making a mistake. People are acting in a godlike (divine) way when they forgive. One almost have to be in a real… View Article

Muhammad Ali Jinnah

The Allahabad Address by Allama Iqbal at the 25th session of All India Muslim League on December 19, 1930 spelled out the “Concept of Pakistan”.Here Allama Iqbal boldly presented the idea of a “separate homeland” for Indian Muslims. Jinnah, while admitting his efforts to foster Hindu-Muslim unity had fallen apart, remained fully sympathetic to serve… View Article

Marks of Maturity

As a participant within my focus group, my teachings should assist each of them in… The capability of identifying the relationship between Jesus and the Law, by Applying their hermeneutic skills to accurately interpret Scriptures through critical thinking. Gaining competence for themselves in giving a defense for why Christ is the Messiah, by Understanding the… View Article

Halloween & Christmas? Similar or Different?

When you think about Christmas and Halloween you think that they are two completely different holidays. But are they really, are they completely different or are they the same thing just celebrated at different times in the year. Well thats what we are going to find out. Christmas celebrated on December 25 and Halloween celebrated… View Article

Christianity verses islam

The attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and trade are similar yet different. Over time Christian and Islamic attitudes towards the merchants and trade have changed. The attitudes of Christianity and Islam toward merchants and traders are similar. A way that these two religions attitudes towards their merchants and trade was that they both allowed… View Article

Ways We Are Connected To Each Other

Your friend tells you a joke and you laughed. Your co-worker offers congratulations to achieving something. Your spouse hugs you hello in the morning. These are all mini-scenarios that humans are connected in some little way. Humans are social animals, we crave feeling valued, supported, and connected. All humans are related to the other in… View Article

Assess the View That Cults and Sects Are Only Fringe Organisations That Are Inevitably Short Lived and of Little Influence in Contemporary Society

It can be argued that cults and sects are only fringe organisations that are inevitably short lived and of little influence in contemporary society, however some may have views to contrast this idea. A sect is an organization, which usually breaks off from an established religion, which finds itself in disagreement with beliefs and values… View Article

Assess the View That Cults and Sects Are Only Fringe Organisations That Are Inevitably Short Lived and of Little Influence in Contemporary Society

It can be argued that cults and sects are only fringe organisations that are inevitably short lived and of little influence in contemporary society, however some may have views to contrast this idea. A sect is an organization, which usually breaks off from an established religion, which finds itself in disagreement with beliefs and values… View Article

Nostra Aetate

1. What contemporary reasons would cause mankind to draw “closer together” and to strengthen “the ties between different peoples”? (2) Culture, common beliefs, sports, births, deaths, celebration, tragedy, reunions, weddings, music and war are all contemporary reasons that would cause mankind to draw closer together. Regardless of age or gender, one can still love a… View Article

Flight Patterns

What is Sherman Alexie’s notion of the reality behind a story as this notion is presented in “Flight Patterns” I think Sherman ‘s notion of reality is that life is full of contradictions. The society sets up so many rules for people to follow, and people are often judged by their ethnic group, gender, religion…etc…. View Article

Superstitions in Countries

A superstition is a belief in something that is irrational, non-physical and does not follow the rules of science. It is often one action that leads to another without something directly linking the two. Superstition is often associated with luck. Different superstitions often came from beliefs, religions and cultures had in the past and long… View Article

Flight Patterns

What is Sherman Alexie’s notion of the reality behind a story as this notion is presented in “Flight Patterns” I think Sherman ‘s notion of reality is that life is full of contradictions. The society sets up so many rules for people to follow, and people are often judged by their ethnic group, gender, religion…etc…. View Article

Essay: “Man is a social animal”

Society is a group of people living together for a longer time fulfilling various needs of the people. Society is the product of social relationship among individuals. They come in contact with each other through the process of give and take. A human relationship exists for the fulfillment of human needs. Within a society therefore… View Article

Goals Of Human Service

A human service practitioner is a professional who acts as an agent to assist and or empower individuals, groups, families and communities to prevent, alleviate or better cope with crisis, change and stress to enable them to function more effectively in all areas of life and living. It must seem like that would be hard… View Article

Austin V. Berryman United States Supreme Court of Appeal

Citation: Austin V. Berryman United States Supreme Court of Appeal, Fourth Circuit, 1989. Facts: Barbra Austin is challenging the Virginia Employment Commission for unemployment compensation benefits, which she chose to quit her job out of religious beliefs to fallow her spouse. Issue: She is claimed to be denied of her unemployment compensation benefits because she… View Article

Explain what is meant by: Diversity and Equality

Equality means that every human being is to be treated in the same way and once cannot differentiate between people, being cause of their faith, sexuality, nationality, gender or age. Everyone is to be treated fairly and equally. Each person has the right to be treated with respect and has the right to participate with… View Article

On Being an Atheist

In this article McCloskey writes what he believes as truth in the world we live in. He states that theists believe in a God and that they have “proofs” that this God exists. In the article he addresses these “proofs” and in a very academic and respectful way tears them down. He attempts to eliminate… View Article

Daoism: a philosophy of life

Daoism is not a religion, the Philosophical Daoists believe the Dao Jia is a philosophy of life. Taoism is translated into English simply as “the way or path.” Every Taoist believes the goal in life is to become one with the Tao “Taoist Beliefs”. Taoism is pronounced (Dow-ism), and it means path or the way…. View Article

Symbolism and Magical Realism of Gabriel Marquez

In “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings,” I intend to explore how Gabriel Marquez applies symbolism and utilizes magical realism to confront religious beliefs along with an allegory style of writing to reflect his views on religion and society. This story may not be meant by Marquez to be a direct threat to religion,… View Article

Muslim Cities DBQ

The Post-Classical Era was a time of goodness in the Middle East. Goods were plentiful, Islam was spreading, and the people were wealthy. The Muslim cities spread innovations throughout the world. The document groupings for the discussion of this topic are as follows: Documents 2, 1, and 5 are for city significance. Documents 3, 5,… View Article

Object Speech Outline

I. Blood sweat and tears have been shed in this jersey. I have battled in this Jersey, for God, this school and my team. All my life I have played soccer with the goal to never “plateau” or to stop getting better, to always achieve the next level. I have played soccer since I was… View Article

“The Shack” by William P. Young

The Shack, written by William P. Young, is a fictional Christian story written in an autobiographical narrative. The title of the book is a metaphor for “the house you build out of your own pain”, as the author explained in an interview with radio talk show host, Drew Marshall. The Shack “is a metaphor for… View Article

The Rez Sisters by Tomson Highway

Tomson Highway’s The Rez Sisters is the play about seven related women who live on a reserve and go TO THE BIGGEST BINGO IN THE WORLD in Toronto. The play takes place during a summer of 1986, on the fictional Wasaychigan Hill Indian Reserve on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, and provides the portrait of seven Rez… View Article

Course Syllabus

COURSE DESCRIPTION An introduction to the authorship and contents of the New Testament books. Special attention will be given to important persons, places, events, as well as to key chapters in the New Testament revelation. RATIONALE The aim of this course is structured to help the student interpret New Testament biblical passages in their proper… View Article

India China compare and contrast

Hinduism and Buddhism were two very different religions that arose on the subcontinent of India. They were the building blocks of the most populated country in the world and still have lasting impacts today. India’s Hindu and Buddhist roots play a major role in their actions today as a world super power. By extension, Hinduism… View Article