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All Pre Written Papers From The Religion & Theology Category

  • A Commentary on the Book of Habakkuk
    Description: The Book of Habakkuk is one of the prophetic books in the Bible. As its name suggests, the Book has three brief chapters written by Habakkuk. Habakkuk seems to live during the era of King Josiah. Furthermore, thus, he might have given his prophecy during King Josiah's succession. Thus, the prophet knew...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 5 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Body Politics and Enslaved Women
    Description: Women in society play essential roles in the continuity of the generations. Women need to be accorded all respect for their pains during the childbearing process. As this is not enough, they face many challenges in upbringing the children (Walters and Ronald.1973). Women need to be shown much respect, even...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 6 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Article Critique |
  • Understanding of the Biblical Physical Setting
    Description: The biblical understanding of various instances in the physical setting, such as nature, culture, geography, customs, and archaeology, helps us better understand the application of biblical instances to lives. Understanding the physical setting of the biblical instances improves the understanding of the ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Application of Biblical Instances to Lives
    Description: The biblical understanding of various instances in the physical setting, such as nature, culture, geography, customs, and archaeology, helps us better understand the application of biblical instances to lives. Understanding the physical setting of the biblical instances improves the understanding of the ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Critical Introduction to The Book of Joshua in The Bible
    Description: The miracle of theology demonstrated in the book of Joshua shows God as the creator of the Universe, sovereign for all the people, nations, people, and resources. Given the nature of the assignment to Joshua, God required the servant to be resilient and courageous. Ultimately, God is in control of the whole...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 7 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Global Narrative of The French Revolution
    Description: Alexis de Tocqueville, In many respects, was out of the ordinary for his day. His stance toward religion was one of the ways he distinguished apart from 19th century France. Tocqueville's argument, and the study of the French Revolution from either a religious or a worldly perspective, was made at the ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 5 Sources | Harvard | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Jewish Day of Sanctification
    Description: All over the world, annually, different religious groups have different religious holidays according to their calendars, whereby festivals and celebrations are held in which they participate according to their beliefs and culture of their religion. Different activities always occur at these times to mark ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Evidence That Early Humans Were Religious
    Description: The question of why and how humans became religious is still a mystery. There is a need first to understand prehistorical humans and what the tern religion means, as that would help bridge this gap of understanding. The question of whether early humans were religious lies in the archaeological evidence ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Ethical Leadership In The Christian Bible And Corporate World
    Description: Ethical leadership in the Christian Bible and Corporate world. Moses, a worthy illustration of servant leadership in the Bible, encountered the complaints of the Israelites who demanded meat in the desert. Ben-Hur and others (965) aver that Moses demonstrated servant leadership while leading the Israelites...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • The Six Points Of Conflict
    Description: The Bible affords Christians with a more agreeable perception of ethics that has been in development for thousands of years. Christians borrow from the thoughts of the Old and New Testaments in approaching ethics, and over the years of development of modem theology, ethics has clling the story of Christian...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 15 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Factors That Led To The Spread Of Rastafarianism Outside Jamaica
    Description: Reggae music fuelled the spread of the Rastafarian religion overseas. According to Savishinsky (1994), this music acted as a medium upon which this religion spread from the island of Jamaica to North America, Europe, Africa, the Pacific, and New Zealand. He argues that the terms Rastafarianism and reggae ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • A Silent Unheard Voice In The Old Testament
    Description: A silent unheard voice in the Old Testament: The Cushite woman whom Moses married in Numbers 12:1-10 is an article by David Adamo. Adamo seeks to answer if the contributions of African women have been ignored in the bible or are their prejudices against African women.To answer this question, the author ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Response Post: Understanding Humanities
    Description: Humanities are indeed more than just a subject in the academic realm. Humanities capture all the aspects that define the true nature of being human (from every perspective including thought, religion, language, beliefs, philosophy, self-expression, art, and so forth). Through humanities, people get to...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Reaction Paper |
  • Mini Speech: The Catholic Church and LGBT Rights
    Description: My speech will focus on the relationship between the LGBT community and the Catholic church. The LGBT community, for the longest time, has been rejected by religions and religious institutions, with most associating it with evil practices. These beliefs are associated with the earlier association of ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Speech Presentation |
  • Book Interaction: When Helping Hurts
    Description: The Lord has called us to help bring his children to his kingdom. It is the principal goal of establishing the urban ministry. However, the task requires disciples to interact with types of materials that help in the mission. For this reason, works of literature contribute to creating a thriving urban...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 1 Source | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Book Review |
  • The Issue of Sexuality in the Book "Washed and Waiting"
    Description: The debate on homosexual identities often results in heated polemic debates in the church setting. The urban community needs to bring all people on board since it is part of the common good. Accordingly, same-sex individuals must also be part of the modern church. For this reason, Wesley Hill's book, “Washed...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 1 Source | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Book Review |
  • German Idealism and Immanuel Kant
    Description: The philosophy of idealism is the philosophy that asserts its beliefs. It is a philosophical movement based on Germanic culture and its philosophies. In this paper, I will discuss some of the most notable ideas of the theory and its relationship to other philosophies, such as romanticism and existentialism....
    3 pages/≈825 words| 1 Source | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Reflection on the Movie "The Shack"
    Description: The glimpse of heaven described by the writer infers realities in this world and future possibilities explored in The Shack. Paul Young had no intention of revealing the path to paradise to anybody. Rather than relying on the media, he encouraged people to turn to the Bible. He wanted people to understand...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Forms of Religious Groups and Their Characteristics
    Description: The different forms of religious groups in the typology outlined by the classic sociologists are cults, denominations, sects, and the church universal. These religious groups have fundamental characteristics that define them as cult, denomination, sect, or church universal. Classic sociologists of religion...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Church Paradigms
    Description: This research examines and contrasts two different church paradigms, presented in the books Deep and Wide and The Prodigal Church. Research also explores the Bible to discover which paradigm best matches the biblical vision of worship. In Matthew chapter six, verse eight, Jesus Christ stated that he would...
    6 pages/≈1650 words| 24 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Religious Approaches to Violence and Peacebuilding
    Description: Since the beginning of time, religion has been an essential part of human culture and tradition. It has influenced several aspects of individuals' way of life, including political, social, and cultural aspects. Religion has played a vital role in shaping the laws that govern the society for peace to prevail...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 9 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Creation Myths: Philosophical and Religious Worldviews
    Description: Myths are stories, mainly from traditional settings, explaining the naturally occurring phenomenon and life mysteries. No one claimed credit for the existence of the tales. They provide a broader way of viewing the concepts and giving our being's history (Relethford, 2017). Over time, the myths have had...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Testing for Perfect Duties
    Description: To prove the universality of the opposite maxim would be to attest to the fact that every wealthy person had to steal to be wealthy. This reasoning is shared by many today because of the discovery that many wealthy individuals we have in the world today got their wealth by stealing from others. People such...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | APA | Religion & Theology | Coursework |
  • Comparison of the Creation Mythology of Antediluvian Egypt and Mesopotamia
    Description: The Mesopotamian story introduces the younger god called Marduk in his struggle against the disordered antediluvian waters, and the female Tiamat representing salty water. Apsu impregnates Tiamat leading to the rise to other gods. This is signified by the silts deposited in the delta (Porterfield, 2018). ...
    1 page/≈550 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • What's the Point of Religion?
    Description: What's the Point of Religion? Religion & Theology Essay...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 5 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Ethical Issues in Imposing Religion on Children
    Description: Parental religiosity invariably predicts child and adolescent religiosity, given the significant influence of parenting on children’s religious views. The argument against imposing spirituality on a child is grounded on the understanding that such imposition is usually carried out on the pretense of moral ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Afterlife: How It Is Viewed by Different Religions
    Description: Despite differences in beliefs, the major ancient, Abrahamic, and Asian religions all agree on the immortality of humans and their emanation from a divinity to which they may return after death. Regardless of the lack of scientific evidence supporting life after death, all religious beliefs teach that one's...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Interreligious Communication: How can a Multireligious Society Live in Peace?
    Description: Following the 9/11 twin attacks in New York and the subsequent rise of Islamic radicalization, religious coexistence and tolerance have been mere academic vocabulary thrown around to spark dialogue. Islam and Christianity account for nearly 80% of the world's religious population. When the media uses ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Reaction Paper |
  • Evidential Arguments from Evil and the Existence of God
    Description: Evidential arguments from evil try to show that, when we set to the side any proof there may be on the side of the existence of God, it turns out to be improbable, if not profoundly far-fetched, that the world was made and is administered by an all-powerful, all-knowing, and entirely great being. Such...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Meaning of My Name in Relation to the Naming of Most Lutheran Churches After St. Paul
    Description: While CUW Online (2013) proposes that probably every name has a special meaning, mine is no different as it means the wonderful image of the grandmother. Inherently, my paternal grandmother (Cindy) played a significant role in my father’s upbringing and for this reason, my parents wanted to always celebrate...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Concepts of God, Good and Evil in Light of the Holocaust
    Description: Holocaust marks the darkest moment in the history of the Jews, one whose memory elicits feelings of pain, suffering, and betrayal. During this time, many lives were lost, humanity destroyed in the most degrading manner, children gassed and burnt despite their innocence, and Jews detained in dehumanizing ...
    11 pages/≈3025 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Term Paper |
  • The Significance of Covenants from the Bibilical Perspective
    Description: A covenant is an agreement between two parties with obligations imposed on either party or both of them. From the Hebrew viewpoint, a covenant refers to a pledge made between God and his people, the Israelites. God introduced the idea of the covenant to man in the Old Testament. Some of the significant ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Thesis Proposal |
  • Analysis of Paul’s First Letter to The Corinthians
    Description: The church is a term translated from the Greek word, ekklesia, which refers to a congregation or an assembly of believers of Jesus Christ. The assembly was established under the leadership of Christ, with a mission to guide and direct people to the right path. Unfortunately, the church has evolved into a ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 2 Sources | Harvard | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Examining Islam: Allah, Immortality, and Slavery
    Description: The Quran excerpt praises Allah by acknowledging him as the most powerful and the lord of all the lords. The excerpt describes Allah as omnipresent by stating that he is everywhere. Even if one turns their face, they still see him. In addition, Allah is described as full of mercy and is eternal, and was...
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Nature of God
    Description: According to Ducarme and Denis, nature refers to the essence of particular things, objects, or people. The nature of a particular individual is described based on traits and actions. Therefore, the nature of God is described based on his traits and what people believe or have heard about God, such as ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Jewish Epistemology
    Description: Epistemology involves the study of knowledge, rationality, warrant and justification, and hence, religious epistemology is a study of how the epistemic ideas connect to religious belief and practice. Epistemology is instrumental in Judaism and other religions as it provides a sense of direction. In nearly...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Defining and Describing How "The Rebellious Son" in Jewish Culture Was Performed
    Description: This essay examines "The Rebellious Son" in Jewish culture, defining it and describing how it was performed. According to Deuteronomy 21:18-21, parents who have a son who disobeys their commands are to bring him to the city elders and have him declared rebellious. It continues by stating that a defiant child...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Observation, Palpation Percussion Auscultation, and Data of a Patient with Emphysema
    Description: Emphysema is described as a pathological condition of irreversible enlargement of airspaces at the terminal bronchioles. Thus, enlargement causes a decrease in the alveolar surface area and limits gaseous exchange. The air sacs lose their original shape and become floppy and small in size. The primary etiology...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Natural Theology Demonstration From Aquinas’ View Point
    Description: Natural theology is a set of arguments that attempt to explain and prove God's existence. The existence of God is frequently justified by the world's order, beauty, and intellectual factors. The two main issues of natural theology are knowledge of God's existence derived through human reason (so-called natural...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Theologically to Inculturate Christianity in Africa
    Description: The typical African adage, ‘I am because we are; and since we are, therefore, I am’ holds a significant effect on Christianity. It seems to outline an engagement between Christian ideology and culture. Moreover, the African cultural milieu is inclined to uphold the unbounded worth of the Africans as an ...
    15 pages/≈4125 words| 10 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Origin of All Things in Various Religions
    Description: The quest to comprehend the provenance of all things is comparatively as old as the earliest civilizations. Indeed, individuals and societies have advanced various explications informing the origin of everything throughout history. However, the onset of disparate religions and doctrines ushered in a...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Common Misconception Arguments Against Christian Faith
    Description: Postmodernism has become a way of thinking that denies the absolute truth and believes that truth is found through one’s own personal experiences and culture. The postmodernist way of thinking raises much cause for concern because it denies ultimate reality, but, more interesting than that, the denial of God...
    9 pages/≈2475 words| 5 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Early Church History and Its Effect On Worship
    Description: Baptism and the Lord's Supper are practiced as sacraments in the Christian Reformed Church. A pastor or ministry associate administers baptism by sprinkling water on the forehead, although immersion can also accomplish it. Adults who have been baptized are expected to declare their religion publicly. ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 4 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Coursework |
  • Abortion Using The Believing Game Concept
    Description: As evidenced in the work of Elbow, many scientist and researchers have lined upon one ways of approaching things especially when new ideas arise. Therefore, they play a doubting game over the other methods and approaches that could be used to address the issue at hand (Harkness, 2009). It has been argued that...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Why Abortion Unethical, Immoral, and Against Human Values
    Description: Abortion has in the recent past become a bone of contention. It has had proponents as well as people opposing the idea. Especially from a religious and cultural perspective, most people have had a hard time accepting that abortion has become a part of life. The proponents argue that abortion helps save life...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • How Applicable are FICA and HOPE and Their Comprehensiveness in Data Collection
    Description: Health assessment should incorporate the possibility of patient religious beliefs and affiliations to suit the patient’s needs. Whether a patient is religious or not, their perspectives and beliefs towards religion can affect a patient’s healthcare experience. For the latter reason, healthcare personnel should...
    1 page/≈275 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Consequences of Obedience and Disobedience Presented in the Book 'Haggai'
    Description: Haggai’s message came at a time when the Judeans were highly vulnerable. Upon return from exile, the remnant of Judah did not portray obedience toward God. God, through prophet Haggai, confronted the priests concerning the ceremonial uncleanness of Judeans as they exhibited disobedience of God’s law. God implored...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Coursework |
  • How Imputation of Adam’s Sin, Atonement and Redemption Impact Infant Salvation
    Description: Salvation for children who die is a common belief of the church, of different theology and of mankind, despite the lack of fundamental agreement as to the reason of such surmise. Nevertheless, such conclusion is an insufficient comfort for theologians, pastors and parents. The paper examines how imputation ...
    10 pages/≈2750 words| 12 Sources | Chicago | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Survivor-Centered Approaches: Implementation in Religious Institutions
    Description: Over the previous several years, the number of assault cases has increased. The offenders are usually family or close friends of the victim. However, occasions when the perpetrator and the victim were strangers, are also significant. In either case, victims often find it difficult to speak up about their...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 9 Sources | Harvard | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • What Happens After Death From A Point of View of Major Different Religions
    Description: Most human beings fear death because they are not sure of what comes after. Each religion has an explanation of what happens after human beings die. It is crucial to Keenly explore the view of the afterlife from each religion to find the answer because it is a dilemma for most people. We can then know which...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Study of the Afterlife According to Islam, Christianity, and Buddhism
    Description: Every human being will experience death at some point in their life. After all, it is a fundamental part of our human existence. Death knocks on some people's doors far sooner than others, but what happens after they die? A variety of religions believe in an afterlife. Individual religions affect a wide range...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Sex in Leviticus
    Description: Connecting the New and Old Covenant law as a believer of Christ is among the most difficult components of reading the Bible. As the book "Sex in Leviticus" by Christopher J.H. Wright demonstrates, religious individuals have attempted to relate the Old Testament with its permissible precepts to Christians and...
    1 page/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Coursework |
  • Premodern Jewish Life and The Modern Definition of "Religion"
    Description: The changes in religion are one of the notable differences between premodern societies and contemporary society. According to Batnitzky, the premodern Jewish life does not fit into the modern definition of religion, which was championed by 19th century European Protestants. The novelty of the contemporary Jewish...
    2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • An Analysis of Abrahamic Religions
    Description: Abrahamic religions, which emphasize monotheism, are the most popular religions. The three main Abrahamic religions are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The similarities and differences between the religions have defined the evolution of humanity for centuries. This essay will explore the relationship ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 10 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Aims and Objective of Islamic Tourism
    Description: For some time now the concept of Islamic life style in terms of Islamic tourism as well as finance has been flourishing into becoming a significant aspect of the global economy. The continuous rise in awareness and growth of numbers of Muslim tourists and Muslim tourism industry participants has encouraged ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 16 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • The Aims and Objective of Islamic Tourism
    Description: For some time now the concept of Islamic life style in terms of Islamic tourism as well as finance has been flourishing into becoming a significant aspect of the global economy. The continuous rise in awareness and growth of numbers of Muslim tourists and Muslim tourism industry participants has encouraged ...
    7 pages/≈1925 words| 16 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Subverting the Status of the Householder
    Description: As the head of the household, the householder has the duty of managing and protecting the available resources including children. According to Grassi (2003), in reference to the Gospel of Matthew, male head is just another name for a householder. He refers to Aristotle who defines household as level of ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Eros in Philosophy
    Description: Eros is derived from the Ancient Greek word érōs which means love or desire. It is an ancient Greek philosophical notion that refers to sensual or passionate love, from which the term erotic is derived. Eros has also been used in a broader sense in philosophy and psychology nearly as a synonym for "life ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • An Approach to Witnessing the Gospel
    Description: Relational evangelism is a strategy of evangelism that emphasizes the benefits of developing friendship relationships with nonbelievers and people of different faiths as a foundation for sharing the gospel with them. Some Christians who have attained salvation frequently criticize and reject it because the ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 6 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Ousia and Hypostasis and the Trinity Relationship
    Description: When understanding the concept of Christian faith and its base, Basil provides the terms Ousia and hypostasis to explain the oneness of Trinity. The two terms describe the Trinity in two distinct manners summarised as one being general (ousia) and the other being particular (hypostasis). In this manner, the...
    2 pages/≈550 words| No Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Coursework |
  • View of the Afterlife in Different Religions
    Description: Religious leaders teach many things about God, but the issue of the afterlife is more compelling and frightening than any other subject. People who believe in a superior being hope to experience another world once they die. Scientists reject such notions due to lack of evidence, but religious groups do not ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Abortion is Immoral
    Description: Abortion is an intentional termination of the development stages of a fetus. Debates about abortion have existed for years, with most states criminalizing it. However, some governments have, at one instance, legalized and funded abortion programs. Nevertheless, abortion can be declared unethical based on ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 6 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Annotated Bibliography |
  • Hinduism Versus Buddhism
    Description: Hinduism and Buddhism are two of the world’s five major religions. They are also some of the most ancient and widely practiced religions. Buddhism developed as an alternative religion to Hinduism by and for people who were seeking an answer to the oppression of orthodoxy and tradition which they believed...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Women in Islam
    Description: Many people look at Islam as one of the religions that do not respect the rights of women. This is because of the perception that has been studied from other nations that have extremist beliefs that target women. However, like other religions, some rules define the conduct of each gender. However, there has...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 1 Source | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Is Religion Important to Society?
    Description: Religion is an institution established before other mainstream institutions like Schools and governance. In ancient times, more so in Biblical and pre-machine eras, belief constituted the law of the land. Communities and nations used doctrine ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Death and Human Life Cycle
    Description: Personal essentialism has often been a controversial topic resulting in the emergence of various lines of thought. The author, David DeGrazia, argues against the notion that a person's existence is linked to one's ability to associate with multiple ...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Three Religions Helped Pi's journey
    Description: Life of Pi is a novel by Yann Martel; it describes the difficult situation Pi faced on his sea voyage when the ship he was traveling with wrecked. Pi was a very religious person and interested in various religions (Turtleback, 2012)....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Ethical Decision-Making Questions
    Description: The concept of absolute and objective has reshaped the Christian's moral understanding, daily operations, and understanding of circumstances. Christians believe that morality is complete, regardless of the circumstances, while relative does not mean subjective. Therefore, it is easier for Christians ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Understanding the History of Chinese Taoism
    Description: Taoism is a traditional Chinese religion that emphasizes living in harmony with the idea of the Tao, which is a Chinese word that refers to the route, way, path, course, method, or road. The concept also refers to the universal order's principle, doctrine, or system of holistic beliefs. Tao is an integral...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 7 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • What is phenomenology?
    Description: Phenomenology refers to studies about consciousness frameworks as experienced from a first-person perspective. The central objective of the philosophy is direct description and investigation of phenomena as it is consciously experienced without ...
    3 pages/≈825 words| 5 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Identity of Christians in Jesus Christ
    Description: Christians’ identity with Jesus Christ is of importance, and they are supposed to conform to Jesus Christ’s character since their union with Christ is of great value and cannot be compared with anything in the whole world. Further, believers in Jesus Christ are supposed to be eternal life-oriented rather...
    1 page/≈275 words| 23 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Conflicting Viewpoints in Religion
    Description: Defining religion has proven to be an extremely difficult task that cannot be evaded. There is a wide variety of approaches to defining religion. Different definitions give different focuses of various aspects, which in turn form interesting insight into the subject of religion. No single explanation...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Evaluation of Literatures Concerning Old Earth Creation Views
    Description: James Rochfold’s video lecture on the class, ‘’Genesis: The Conflict over Creation’’ presents an interesting episode to assess Old Earth Creation views. At the center of it all is that everything including Literary-Framework theory, Theistic Evolution and Gap Theory fits within this view except...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 5 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Other (Not Listed) |
  • Spirituality in Terms of Financial Aspect
    Description: Did you ever saw a seed planted today then after a few hours it has grown up? Have you seen a very beautiful plant that never been watered or spotted by the sun? They are all needs time and effort before we see the good result. One of the most powerful things nowadays is all about money. If we will talk...
    1 page/≈275 words| 1 Source | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Beliefs About Ethunasia Across Cultures
    Description: Euthanasia entails intentionally ending someone's life to relieve them from pain and suffering. The research question sought to find out how different cultures have different perceptions about euthanasia. Research carried out about the topic depicts that various cultures have other euthanasia laws and regulations....
    4 pages/≈1100 words| No Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Biblical Story of Elijah and Prophets of Baal
    Description: Prophet Elijah challenged the faith King Ahab the king of Israel with regards to his faith and the god he worshiped . Elijah worshiped the true God while King Ahab worshiped the false god Baal.The people of Israel gathered at Mount Carmel. King Ahab was alongside 450 prophets of god and 450 of their goddess...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Coursework |
  • Leadership From a Biblical Perspective
    Description: An effective leader is a leader with a strong personality that exhibits integrity, truthfulness, honesty, and ethics. We can as well find these characteristics in the bible from the time of creation. In the beginning, we were created with unique qualities, but some people show this ability than others...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 4 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Research Paper |
  • Religious Literacy is Imperative for Everyone
    Description: Religion is the focus of religious literacy. Religion is deeply sensitive and influential across local, national, and global affairs. Religious literacy explores the dynamics of religious life in the ever-changing world. The premise of this essay is that religious literacy is imperative not just for ...
    5 pages/≈1375 words| 4 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • The Connection of the Song "Take and Receive" to the Life of St. Ignatius
    Description: The song Take and Receive is connected to Ignatius' life in that it serves as a recap of his life. It is via his earthly possessions that he gained all that is God. We get God's providence when we accept God as the direction of our lives. True, Ignatius allowed God to perform his will and direct his steps....
    1 page/≈275 words| No Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Who are the Jesuits: Tireless to be Better
    Description: Reading the article made me know the Jesuits as tireless and purposeful individuals. They are passionate individuals in the fields they have chosen. They can be priests, brothers, astronomers, chemists and all important people as they can be janitors, activists and all other possibilities. ...
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  • Discussion: Sermon on the Mount
    Description: According to the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus taught his followers the Lord's Prayer and presented them with numerous parables during this Sermon. The Beatitudes were also included in the sermon and Jesus' teachings on God's commandments, which he urged his followers to embrace. ...
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    Description: Nursing departments face a moral dilemma. Female nurses find it challenging to work together with their colleague Mark having heard about his allegations of multiple sexual offenses. At work, mark talks suggestively to women that confirm his sexual interest towards them...
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  • The Impacts of Studying World Religion to the Students' View About Them
    Description: Studying religion has helped me understand and appreciate other religions in the world and my religion. My knowledge of my faith has always been limited, and I tend to avoid conversation around it not to expose my ignorance or absorb contrary opinions towards my faith. Studying religion has helped close...
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  • How to Live as Citizen of God's Kingdom According to Romans and Hebrews Passages
    Description: The two selected passages include Romans 6: 19-23 and Hebrews 10: 19-25. In Romans, the author advises Christians in Rome to get rid of the bondage of sin and choose to serve God as subjection to God’s power results in eternal life while enslavement of sin leads to death. The original audiences of this ...
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  • Biblical Metanarrative Analysis Essay Sample
    Description: The biblical meta-narrative is a unique storyline that presents a divine logic incorporating the stories in the Bible to show that God is one, has a plan, and is a complete story (Toth, 2019). The narrative covers Genesis to Revelation and centers on God, who is the creator of everything and the ruler....
    2 pages/≈550 words| 3 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Jewish Expectation of the Messiah
    Description: The sin of disobedience brought the separation of man from God, the Creator. Due to God’s unconditional love, He purposed to redeem man through the Son, Jesus Christ. Primarily, the children of Israel were God's chosen people, who needed the support and provisions. The Jewish community believed God will ful...
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  • In Search of True Self
    Description: The article, 'In Search of True Self', describes Mark Pierpont as a Christian evangelist who is sexually attracted to other men but tries to refrain himself from sleeping with men due to his religious beliefs. The author attempts to find out how a person should find out which aspect counts as his or her tru...
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  • Relationship Between Boredom and the Sabbath
    Description: Nicholas E. Lombardo in, his article, Boredom and Modern Culture, analyzed the literature of Joris-Karl Huysmans and especially the 1844 book titled, ‘Against the Grain’ At the time, Huysmans had attempted to escape the boredom of modern life for a suburban living style. At his new residence, he did ...
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  • The Bible: New Testament Interpretation
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  • Exegesis Paper for the Story of the Ten Lepers
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  • An Evaluation of Xunzi's View on Human Nature
    Description: The state of human nature being good arises from one's existence, sensations, thoughts, or surroundings. We can view social qualities characterizing humankind in contrast to other living creatures from two perspectives, according to Xunzi, who believes human nature is evil. Mencius claims the social...
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  • Christian Worldview Analysis Essay
    Description: Religion plays a significant asset when it comes to our perception in life, it affects how we see things that are vital in decision making and even in developing oneself for a better society. ...
    8 pages/≈2200 words| 6 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Significance of Religious Principles and Idealism in Marketing Management
    Description: Faith-based marketing is essential for organizations that intend to reach a market base where Christians are the majority or have the greatest purchase power. The use of the bible in marketing management has a signal impact on the consumers as it shows the organization is committed to fair business ...
    2 pages/≈550 words| 2 Sources | APA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Exploring the Diversity of Women in Islam
    Description: Muslim women are facing negative misconceptions and stereotypes concerning their roles in Islam. Muslim women occupy many occupations in the world, such as doctors, lawyers, and teachers. Society believes that Muslim women suffer from oppression due to their religion, where their human rights are denied ...
    1 page/≈275 words| 2 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
  • Conversations About God: Ontological Vs Cosmological Approach
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  • Council of Trent that ended in 1563
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  • The Aristocratic Four Facts
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  • The God Who Sees: Immigrants the Bible and the Journey to Belong by Karen Gonzalez
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    6 pages/≈1650 words| 1 Source | APA | Religion & Theology | Book Review |
  • Plato’s Views on Religion and the Supernatural
    Description: Does God exist? Is the supernatural real or is it just a fragment of one’s imagination? The topic on religion and the supernatural is one of the most divisive topics in the history of mankind. On one hand, some people believe in the existence of a supernatural deity while on the other hand, some hold the...
    4 pages/≈1100 words| 6 Sources | MLA | Religion & Theology | Essay |
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