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final study guideF07 - Reli 10023-Lahutsky Fall 2007 Final...

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Reli 10023--Lahutsky                                   Fall 2007                           Final Study Guide page      1    The final exam will be comprehensive.  Don't panic; but do study.  Your study  will be  more effective if you study  each of the religious traditions in a separate block of time-- focusing on key events or concepts and  putting  the pieces together into a coherent   picture.  Writing an essay for yourself on each tradition  is a good  strategy.  (Or, try to  explain it to someone  who hasn’t studied  religion.)  Then go on to another  tradition.  (Tillich), etc., in connection  with  what  we learned  about  Hinduism,  Buddhism,  Judaism,  Christianity, and  Islam; Molloy can help here.  As always, study  both to remember   details and  to perceive connections and  comparisons among  the details.  Those  connections you develop  will help you be more effective in your study. **Pay attention to foundational dates  and books  belonging  to particular traditions.** Ways to study  religion--sociological, psychological, historical, and  phenomenological  these.)  2 types of definitions of religion.  Can you recognize each?  E. B. Tylor, B.  Malinowski, M. Eliade and  their theories.  Natural religious community, voluntary  religious community, the 7 characteristics of a 
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course RELI 10023 taught by Professor Lahutsky during the Fall '07 term at TCU.

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