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twentieth-century theologian Paul Tillich: "Religion is the substance of culture, and culture the form of religion." Good Morning Class & Professor My name is Shannon Tinio, I am a RN of 5 years in a hospital setting. 1 year was on a Tele Floor, 3 years on the Medical ICU, and the last year as a clinical coordinator and Nursing Supervisor. This is my last class for my BSN and I will be starting my MSN classes in Jan. In addition to my busy work life, I have a wonderful husband who is also an RN. We have 2 daughters 8 yrs and 1 yr old, with another girl due in Feb. My 1 st daughter was the reason I went switched careers and went back to school for Nursing, my 2 nd daughter inspired me to go back for my BSN & when I found out we were having a 3 rd I knew I had to keep going for my MSN. I’m looking forward to this class because I enjoy history, philosophy, and religion. The only channel I really watch on TV is the History Channel, Ancient Aliens is usually on in the background while I do my school work at night. I was raised Christian by my parents without a church foundation. I was baptized Christian as an adult, and later became Catholic for marriage. My daughter goes to catholic school, but I encourage her to explore her own beliefs and think outside the box as well. I am looking forward to learning more about the history of the religions in this class, specifically Judaism. There is a huge influx of Hasidic Jews that have moved into our neighborhood and it has been very tense. I would love to have a better understanding of their religion, so we can live together & not segregated.
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