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Swami Vivekananda Religion and Theology Report
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As follows, Vivekananda describes the nature of Samadhi as a source of knowledge using three gradations of mental activity: instinctive behavior; reason; and the superconscious state of mind (Rambachan, 1990). Vivekananda presented the Samadhi as a means of knowing oneself, for without knowing oneself, one cannot gain the full realization of spirituality.
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Islam and Violence Religion and Theology Research Proposal
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From a political, social, and economic perspective, the hijackings of 9/11 were unparalleled in scope and sheer devastation.  In a fascinating article entitled “Measuring the Effects of the September 11 Attack on New York City”, it was estimated that the direct cost of the attack stood at between $33 billion and $36 billion to the City of New York alone.
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Seven Stations of Sufi Religion and Theology Assignment
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The tradition of Sufism continues to spread all around the globe even in countries where it is prohibited. This is because the majority of the people practicing have realized the value and importance that Sufism has in their lives. This is not limited by where they are located or the religious observations in their territories.
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Faith and Work Integration Religion and Theology Assignment
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Faith and work are two opposites in many aspects. Theology has separated itself from the everyday of people’s lives. It is often hard to determine what guides our actions in the workplace. Faith and work share a great deal of virtues we practice. 
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Pauls Conversion from Judaism to Christianity Religion and Theology Essay
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Paul is an acknowledged convert to Christianity, and nowhere else in Catholic teaching is Paul considered a founder. So, this line of thinking is quite unfounded. Paul was popular, that is not a thing t be contested. But the reason was obvious: due to the events surrounding his conversion and the aggressive and dedication in propagating early Christianity.
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Christianity and Islam Religion Religion and Theology Coursework
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In Islam, Allah is the only God and the believers have faith and follow his principles as said by Prophets. In Christianity, Jesus is said to be the son of God and he works for the wellbeing of his followers. Life after death is almost similar in both religions. The concept of Resurrection is the same in Islam and Christianity. 
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The Jagannatha Temple of Puri in India Religion and Theology Coursework
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This paper has discussed the importance of religious rituals in Hindu temples from ancient times. It has been determined, to what extent the Jagannatha Temple at Puri, its layout and buildings relate to the ritual functions performed at the temple on a daily basis as well as those performed less frequently in a year, such as the Rathyatras. 
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Religion That Uniting People Religion and Theology Essay
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The effects of religion can also not be dismissed. From current religious conflicts in the Middle East to religious conflicts through time, if something is this powerful it must be understood. Some of the most important conflicts in today’s world are all based on the underlying rocks of religious differences.
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Enlightened Writers and Religion Religion and Theology Case Study
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Enlightenment is the product of eighteenth-century Europe, which serves as a powerful blow to the despotic powers authorized to the so-called kings, emperors, nobility, and clergy of that time. Since it challenged the authority of the traditional views of people who considered the emperors, kings, and rulers as appointed from God.
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The Gospel According to Mark - How Did It End Religion and Theology Essay
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The long ending shows consistency in terms of the spirituality of Mark which gives importance to the spirituality of seeing, hearing, and learning. In v14 “Jesus showed himself to the Eleven while they were at the table…” while in v15 “Jesus told them”, v19 “…after speaking to them”, these show that the long ending affirms the happy ending. 
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National and Religious Identity in Buddhism and Islam Religion and Theology Essay
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The response of the Tibetans to occupation by the Chinese is firmly tied to the people’s identity in Vajrayana Buddhism, of which HH the Dalai Lama is the secular and religious leader with the highest regard. The Dalai Lama has organized a resistance movement to Tibetan occupation for over 50 years, on a purely non-violent philosophical basis.
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Valuing Life Amidst Illegal Logging and Disasters in the Philippines Religion and Theology Coursework
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Franciscan spirituality is based upon the notion of adhering to the Gospel. This is because the Gospel testifies to the truth of Jesus Christ. It provides a manual to live an abundant life that is filled with spiritual awakening and consciousness. It provides a path towards salvation by shunning the materialistic possessions of the world. 
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The Discussion and Analysis on 1 Enoch Religion and Theology Research Paper
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it is known that the bible makes it clear that it was not all accounts of Jesus Christ that were recorded in the bible (Gardener, 2009)[1]. But should these accounts have been recorded, they would have been so important in guiding a Christian step. To this end, the research and study on authentic apocalyptic literature should continue.       [1] Ibid 2. P. 53 
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The Mysteries of Christ's Life Religion and Theology Term Paper
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The Mysteries Of Christ's life are the foundations of what he would henceforth dispense in the sacraments, through the ministers of his Church, for "what was visible in our Savior has passed over into his mysteries. Paul IV, in Gaudium et Spes, declares, that ‘Unlike former days, the denial of God or of religion, or the abandonment of them, are no longer unusual and individual occurrences. 
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New Age Movement: Tithing and Offering Replaced by Economic Empowerment at the Expense of Congregants Religion and Theology Coursework
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Church congregations who have adopted the New Age Movement, find challenging tasks among the economically and socially deprived groups living in deteriorating communities. Congregations extend help in the various empowering ways to those in need, and help them to develop for themselves a better future. 
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How May a Theologian Justify Referring to Jesus as an Ethical Liberator Religion and Theology Coursework
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Christ has set people free, but it is a freedom that lets love make one serve one another.  To this end, Christ’s personal code of ethics shocked and stunned the Pharisees, who expected people to follow the letter of the law—whereas Jesus’s yoke was easy and his burden was light.  Christ came to bring happiness and salvation—a true liberator.
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How People All Over the World Worship God the Issue of Christianity Religion and Theology Essay
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People that claim Christianity as their religion are known as Christians. Jesus of Nazareth was remarkable in many ways. He was raised in an obscure part of Palestine. Little or nothing is known of his early life. Actually, very little historical record exists that tells us anything outside of the Bible, which is the holy book of Christianity. 
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A Broad Religious Faith System Religion and Theology Case Study
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Wicca could hence be described as a systematic philosophy of life-based on the convergence of several pre-Christian traditions, rituals, and rites that originated from Western Europe.  Much of the glorious past of Wicca was made inaccessible today as a result of Christian patrons’ efforts in obliterating all traces of this religion. 
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Analysis of Knowing Jesus through the Old Testament Book by Christopher J. H. Wright Religion and Theology Book Report/Review
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The style of the book “Knowing Jesus through the Old Testament” is lucid and very comfortable for the starters to read and understand the text. The sentences in the book are short and powerful and the material is framed and organized in a pretty intuitive manner. This makes it quite clear the reason behind its staying in print for such a long period.
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Biblical Texts from Different Perspectives Religion and Theology Coursework
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The authority of God’s declarations can be revealed in the Old Testament. The first utterance essential to consider is calling the world into being. The second word is that it sets that way of our history. The third is the Lord’s word about life and death. These utterances show the oral authority of God.
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Understanding the Nature of Church and Its Mission in the Writings of Paul and Luke Religion and Theology Essay
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Luke and St. Paul are the two prolific writers in the New Testament. Traditionally, Luke, the evangelist is said to be the author of both the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of Apostles. There are theological and linguistic similarities between the two books, suggesting that there is a common author for the two works.
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Comparison of Christianity and Muslim Religion and Theology Article
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Muhammad, the founder of Islam, was one of the more worldly individuals of his day, being in charge of several caravans himself at the meeting point of these ancient routes and was himself a product of the various beliefs and knowledge basis of Egypt and the Orient, those same sources that had influenced the Greeks. 
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The Various Interpretations of the Song of Solomon Religion and Theology Book Report/Review
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Most of the interpretations agree that the book is an allegorical story not to be taken literally. The book’s entry into the canon was questionable as some believed that it did not belong. But, it made it into the canon and has played an important role in helping the Church decide what paths to take.
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Fundamental Human Rights Religion and Theology Case Study
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Freedom of expression, freedom of speech and freedom of religion are interrelated to each other and all of them have to be safeguarded in total for effective implementation in society. Though several international and national laws govern the safeguarding of these fundamental rights, their direction got changed with the repeated and meaningful interpretation of the judiciary.
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Christian Eschatology since the 19th Century Religion and Theology Assignment
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This essay was termed by the name “Christian account of last things”. Eschatology got birth from the Greek word ‘ta eschaton’ meaning ‘the last things’. In the dictionary, the word encompasses in itself resurrection, judgment, heaven, and hell. However, this definition only gives an outer picture of our life without directly focusing on eschatology.
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Violating the Majesty of the Creations of God Religion and Theology Essay
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Even more important is the initiatives to save the nearby populations from the aftermath of such work. Through making sure that the Earth is preserved for their individual lives, their food saved and their water left uncontaminated, the people of the region can begin to heal from those actions that were taken at their expense.
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Christian Ethics for Today Religion and Theology Assignment
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The author states that John mill who comes after Jeremy Bentham takes utilitarianism in a new path. According to him, there are lower and higher types of happiness. The happiness of a higher level, which is more difficult to achieve, is more rewarding. Intellectual pleasures are difficult to achieve, nevertheless, these are much more satisfying.
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Government in the New Testament Church Religion and Theology Assignment
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The author states that the Greeks used the word ‘ekklesia’ to mention political assemblies that were convened to carry out local affairs of local government. But Jesus used the Greek word to refer to his own followers who believed in his teachings and were baptized. Thus it becomes obvious that he intended the word in a spiritual context.
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The Problem of Gods Prescience Religion and Theology Coursework
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The whole concept of the Problem of God’s Prescience is shrouded with principles surrounding the divinity of God. Thus, at the very beginning, the omniscience of God plays a pivotal role in the definition of this concept, for He in His infinite wisdom is taken to know everything about everything, whether it be information about an object or person, or an occurrence in time, past, present or future.
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The Persecution of Christians by the Roman Empire Religion and Theology Coursework
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Christianity was not begun within the social spheres of the more prominent people of the time period. The beliefs were spread through the impoverished, the lesser citizenry of Rome, and through connecting to the needs of those who were suffering. Therefore, those who believed became a threat to those who were satisfied with the state of society.
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Early Hawaiian Religion Religion and Theology Term Paper
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The poured out lava of the volcanoes kept piling up after every eruption and then cooled up resulting in mountains sticking out of the ocean (Griffins, 2nd par.). The Hawaiian Islands is situated in the Pacific Ocean about 2,000 miles southwest of the US mainland and 3,500 miles southeast of Japan.
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The Mystery of Death Religion and Theology Scholarship Essay
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The human mind is a complex thing and when it believes something to be true, it can make occurrences or events appear to be true even if they are not. I have had the experience of going through this process when my schizophrenic brother went missing and we were already desperate to know where he was.
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Jesus in Quran Religion and Theology Essay
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Nowadays, followers of the Islamic faith believe in the absolute genuineness of the Quran as the authentic revealed teachings of God. Faith in all God’s Messengers and Prophets is a deep-seated doctrine of Islam (Abu-Hamdiyyah 2000). Therefore, believing in Prophets Muhammad, Moses, and Jesus is an obligation for adherents of the Islamic faith.
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The Development of Religion since the Industrial Revolution Religion and Theology Case Study
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A number of thinkers and historians have emphasized the major role that specific historical periods have played in forming worldviews, political systems, or strategies which were to govern the center of the next historical period before being, subsequently, challenged, then overthrown, or changed and merged into new schemes.
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God in Brideshead Religion and Theology Coursework
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Waugh seems to have deliberately carved out Charles’ spiritual journey beginning with his encounter with Sebastian. Charles’ quest for the ultimate happiness seems to have a mythical pattern. It resembles the journey of attaining salvation with the overcoming of all temptations and earthly longings and the final moment of renunciation.
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Edward Said on Orientalism Religion and Theology Case Study
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It helps to remove the monotony of watching and listening to one single person talking without a break. The producers have subtly included clips and news events from the Western world that show people from the Middle-East in poor light. The whole interview has put the issue of modern-day violence in a new light. It is up to the detractors of professor Said to prove that his views are not correct.
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Circumcision for Male Infants Religion and Theology Case Study
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It is performed by some communities of the Christian religion also in some parts of the world.  Goldman (1999) has mentioned that the USA is the only country in the world that circumcises most (60%) of its male infants for non-religious reasons whereas in Canada and Australia also circumcision is performed on a significant minority of male infants for non-religious reasons (Goldman,1999)
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Christian Conceptions of the World Religion and Theology Assignment
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The author states that the onset of rationalism has split much of the world into what Pearcey refers as to as false dichotomies. Christianity ever sought to provide but one vision for the world because it saw the world as just that one. The idea that God exists only for religious questions and not for others has been the inevitable outcome.
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Fundamentals of Catholicism: God, Trinity, Creation, Christ, Mary Religion and Theology Assignment
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This analysis shall draw on the Sacred Scripture, the Fathers, theological commentaries, the Catechism, and liturgical texts. This study is being undertaken in order to arrive at a more academic and analytical understanding of the statement – fully supported by experts, research, and by specifically qualified theological analysts.
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The Buddhist Tantras System of Thought Religion and Theology Article
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Practicing the Buddhist Tantra people focus on the energy of life and vitality, it helps them to influence on the dynamics of life and to shape their better future. “There will always be at least a few [people] who hear and understand the word of the Buddha: about the way towards the termination of suffering” (Naik 143).
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Contemporary American Catholic Homiletic Theory and Practice Religion and Theology Case Study
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Upon the ripening of time, Jesus stood at that moment as the prophetic speaker proclaiming God’s scriptural Word, declaring the fulfillment of the prophecy in Isaiah in his person. He spoke in the revelation of the fulfillment of written words to a congregation, laying down the foundation of Christian preaching that has since been the basic implement in the sustenance and propagation of the Christian faith throughout the world.
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Christ Is a Symbol of Self Religion and Theology Assignment
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The author states that the Bible which has been the only source of direct information of the happenings during the life of Christ is also today, the source where the faith of the Christian religion derives from. The issues of symbols derived from the Bible are also a source of theological discussion from ages.
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The Nature of God and Its Relation to Mission Religion and Theology Case Study
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It is more than an expectation for the future: it is a way of understanding the present and the past. Traditional images are the victory and return of Christ, the last judgment, and the resurrection. Particularly have theologizes stressed the life of the Church as a community within itself and in relation to the rest of the world.
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An Overcorrection of Mary Magdalenes Biblical Role Religion and Theology Essay
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Beginning as the first witness to the resurrection, she later became a prostitute.  With the releases of Holy Blood, Holy Grail and The Woman with the Alabaster Jar, she became the wife of Jesus.  It was not till Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code was released that this idea became mainstream and caused much commotion amidst the Christian world.
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Sanctification that Based on Calvins Theology Religion and Theology Coursework
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In the life of a man where Christ is present, sin has no place as it is already overcome by the spirit of God. Sin is a violation of God’s given law. In the Old Testament, an individual commits sin when he violates any of the ten commandments of God. However, in the New Testament, it is clearly stipulated that sin can be committed not just by doing the “actual” violation.
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Malcolm X: a Typical Religious American Religion and Theology Assignment
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The author states that Malcolm X was born in Omaha, Nebraska United States and died in New York, New York. His nationality was American and his ethnicity was African American. He became an African American civil rights leader and a major 20th-century spokesman for Black Nationalism. He was called many things.
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The Person and the Work of the Holy Spirit in John's Gospel Religion and Theology Essay
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The works of whom the Bible refers to as the Holy Spirit is woven throughout the New Testament. John mentions and reflects on the Holy Spirit within his gospel in a number of manners but all relevant. Namely, the Holy Spirit used John as a vehicle for completing God’s will not only by established the gospel of John but also by revealing the nature of God throughout that Gospel.
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Religion and Politics in Russia Religion and Theology Coursework
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The Russian Federation has been chosen as a target for the presented research due to its, first of all, reach history of religious institutions, and, secondly, being one of the most influential world countries at present.  Religion and religious institutions of the country play an important role in its social and political development.
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Analysis of the Book of Job Religion and Theology Book Report/Review
6 pages (1500 words) , Book Report/Review
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An argument which approaches how the book of Job may be interpreted will state that, first of all, many books of the Bible, as well as stories in the Bible, are meant to be parables or allegories for the purpose of teaching right from wrong as well as why certain aspects of human nature are viewed by God and ultimately suffer His wrath. 
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Conflict Between Science and Religion Religion and Theology Assignment
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The new scientific discoveries of the sixteenth and seventeenth-century brought in an element of conflict between science and religion which was mostly reflected in the interpretation of god, the scripture and the origin of the universe. Another impact of this opening up of new avenues in science was an attempt to redefine religious concepts in tune with scientific facts. Thus new isms were born and new approaches to theology were derived.
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