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Unformatted text preview: found most helpful and why; and (3) indicate what you may have found in one of the essays that may conflict with something in another of the essays, and how you would resolve this conflict yourself. In relation to James Livingston’s excerpt on “What Is Religion?” ponder the following questions: (1) Examining these definitions in pairs, what does each pair have in common? (That is how is 1 like 2, 3 like 4, 5 like 6, 7 like 8, 9 like 10?) (2) How does Livingston’s own definition differ from all of these 10? (3) How do any of these definitions, including Livingston’s, compare with those provided by the Siena professors? In relation to Oxtoby and Hussain’s chapter “About Religion,” ponder the following questions: (4) What do we know about religion “looking back from Stonehenge”? (5) What are the distinctions among the “ten waves of religion” looking forward from ancient Stonehenge? How did these big waves bring changes to several traditions around the world?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Hacker during the Spring '10 term at Hudson Valley Community College.
- Spring '10