Religion World View Paper

Religion World View Paper

Christianity was the driving force behind how my parents raised me because everything I learned in Sunday school directly correlated with the teachings my parents used. I am very thankful for religion and Christianity because without them I would not … Continued
Reflection Paper

Reflection Paper

I will focus on these three questions in my reflection. II. Does the Bible have Authority? The bible may be the most criticized and most attacked book that has ever been written. There are many who work to discredit or … Continued
Faith-Based Social Service Organization

Faith-Based Social Service Organization

Habitat for Humanity does not give away free homes to anyone. Habitat for Humanity provides housing that families can afford. Every family that receives a home puts in as much work as a volunteer and they contribute 300 to 500 … Continued
Protestant Reformation Religious Sects

Protestant Reformation Religious Sects

The Protestant Reformation influenced radical religious differences between many Sects including Lutherans, who believed that the church and state should co-exist, but not work together as one, Calvinists, who competed for a church-dominated state, and Anabaptists, who believed in the … Continued
The Virgin of Guadalupe

The Virgin of Guadalupe

It was clear to me that the Virgin of Guadalupe is a powerful cultural symbol of Mexican identity and nationhood. In colonial times the Virgin of Guadalupe was interpreted as a native, loving and forgiving mother, the intercessor to God … Continued
Saint Paul the Apostle

Saint Paul the Apostle

Saint Paul is very significant for numerous reasons and in various ways. He was very essential for the faith of Christianity. One way he was important (later on in life) was his upbringing as a Jew, and his miraculous conversion … Continued
Cultures and Practices Not Allowed in the Philippines

Cultures and Practices Not Allowed in the Philippines

Euthanasia Euthanasia is the legal term for a medically assisted mercy killing; however in most countries, euthanasia is illegal. The first form of euthanasia is the voluntary decision of a patient. This is when a patient asks a doctor to … Continued
The Christian Fundamentalist Movement

The Christian Fundamentalist Movement

As it exists in America, the Christian fundamentalist movement is comprised of Protestant evangelical fundamentalists who seek a complete restructuring of the social and political order, so that all proceeding generations may be brought up in accordance with their doctrine. … Continued
Constantine and His Effect on Christianity

Constantine and His Effect on Christianity

Constantine and his effect on Christianity When we look back at Christianity over the years, there are several people who are remembered for their impact on the religion. The first most important figure was Jesus Christ. However, if we travel … Continued
Germanic and Anglo-Saxon Religious Beliefs

Germanic and Anglo-Saxon Religious Beliefs

A hero both controls and transforms events, a coward does not as Beowulf shows : “a coward faced with a dangerous situation, such as an uncertain fate often presents, always gives way and fails to exploit the moment of crisis … Continued
Tudor Religion

Tudor Religion

The two major religions in Tudor England were the Catholic and Protestant religions. In 1517 the Protestant Reformation began when Martin Luther nailed his “95 Theses” on the church door at Wittenberg against the Catholic practice of selling indulgences. The … Continued
Social Welfare

Social Welfare

The Social Gospel and settlement house movements in the late 1800s aimed to help the poor through community centers, churches and social services. 2. The Young Man’s Christian Association (YMCA) opened libraries, sponsored classes and built handball courts as well … Continued
Albert Camus’ the Plague

Albert Camus’ the Plague

Can God possibly exist in a world full of madness and injustice? Albert Camus and Samuel Beckett address these questions in The Plague and Waiting for Godot. Though their thinking follows the ideals of existentialism, their conclusions are different. Camus … Continued
Catholic Religion Against Birth Control

Catholic Religion Against Birth Control

Religion Against Birth Control The Catholic Church has had a ban on birth control from the earliest days of the Bible. The catholics believe that birth control is absolutely wrong, and a grave sin. Birth control has been around at … Continued
Colonial Differences from North to South

Colonial Differences from North to South

During the 1700’s, many colonies began to show their true differences with one another. Although the colonies were settled by English origin only, the regions became two distinct societies within years. Of the colonies, the Chesapeake and the New England … Continued
An Analysis of the Poem They Came from the East by Gabriela Rincon

An Analysis of the Poem They Came from the East by Gabriela Rincon

They came from the East Author: Gabriela Rincon The oral poem “They came from the East” was produced by Natives of Central America specifically Mayans who had their own believes regarding creation and nature where mountains, caves and even the … Continued
Johannine Literature

Johannine Literature

Five books in the New Testament are said to have been written by John. But there are arguments that say that not all three letters of John were written by the same author. It is so because the word Church … Continued
Early Church

Early Church

There are three main inter-related factors that contributed to the growth and expansion of the church, and ultimately its success. These factors can be summarized under three main headings. These are an combination of political, social and economic factors. The … Continued
Analyse the Impact of Immigration on Religion in Australia

Analyse the Impact of Immigration on Religion in Australia

The religious landscape currently exhibited in Australia has been developed and has fluctuated significantly through the impact of immigration since the end of World War II, 1945. In 1947, just 0. 5 % of the population claimed to be non-Christian … Continued
Hebrew Bible Personal Reflection

Hebrew Bible Personal Reflection

My religious background began in the Church of God in Christ also known as C. O. G. I. C. whereas the Old Testament was the primary teachings that shaped my life’s values and forms. Upon publicly stating that I believed … Continued
An Analysis of Major Characters

An Analysis of Major Characters

Shylock, villain or victim? Using evidence from act one and act two, it is believed that the revengeful shylock is indeed a villain based on his actions and statements. Firstly, through Shylock’s words, he shows how he is very spiteful. … Continued
Tertullian

Tertullian

Tertullian was the first to use the word persona for the persons of the Trinity. Those who share the one substance of the Godhead exist in three persona. While substantia refers to what joins and unifies the inner life of … Continued
The Rise of Christianity

The Rise of Christianity

Although secular historians are not normally going to acknowledge the primary reason for Christianity’s rapid rise, there are several reasons that even they acknowledge. Three of these causes for the speedy growth of Christianity that historians recognize are: (1) the … Continued
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

Jonathan Edwards favored the idea of the old strict Puritan teachings that place emphasis on people to live out hard and simple lives for God. In his sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”, he addresses the issues … Continued
The Challenges of Christian Communication in a Secular World

The Challenges of Christian Communication in a Secular World

Christian communication is expressed among believers, and the world as a whole. Romans 14:19 reads Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification meaning as believers we should uplift and have mutual … Continued
Biography of Martin Luther King

Biography of Martin Luther King

King was originally skeptical of many of Christianity’s claims. [8] Most striking, perhaps, was his initial denial of the bodily resurrection of Jesus during Sunday school at the age of thirteen. From this point, he stated, “doubts began to spring forth unrelentingly”. [9] However, he later … Continued
Argument Against Christianity

Argument Against Christianity

A hero is a person renowned for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked, or sacrificed, his life. Beowulf demonstrates these characteristics, as well as others, that classify him as a hero, but during a … Continued
Protestant Reformation

Protestant Reformation

Discuss the political and social consequences of the Protestant Reformation in the first half of the sixteenth century… In the early sixteenth century, Western Europe’s religious face was dominated by the Roman Catholic faith. The Catholic Church was the sole … Continued
Contradictions of Isabella’s Views and Legacy

Contradictions of Isabella’s Views and Legacy

Isabella’s goal was to be the most deeply devote Catholic who ever lived and to unify Spain. One way she reformed the Catholic Church was to replace many of the inferior clerics with far more worthy people such as, scholars, … Continued
The Role of Food in Religion

The Role of Food in Religion

I will explain how Judaism, Muslims, and Protestants are all involved with shaping the community we live in and have a say so on what is to be eaten. In my opinion, food has a large social role with Americans … Continued