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Unformatted text preview: V.-L. NyitrayRLST 005/HTAs Casey, Emmett, Khurana, Pschaida, Solso Fall 2010Review QuestionsLearning is a treasure that needs no safeguard;Nowhere can fire destroy it or proud kings take it....Other things are not true wealth.-The Quatrains, a Jaina textGeneral Intro to the Study of ReligionJust what isreligion, anyway?!According to Livingston, why should we study religion?What are some of the problems involved in trying to define religion?What are some of the methodological approaches that scholars take to study religion?What does it meant to adopt a phenomenological approach to the study of religion?What do we mean by ultimate concern(s)? What is an example of an ultimate question?How do scholars of religion understand the concepts of purityand pollution?What is the relationship of religionto theology?Terms: eticand emictheism, monotheism, polytheism, henotheism, kathenotheism, monismhermeneuticsIndus Valley civilizationLocation (can you locate principal centers on a map?)Location (can you locate principal centers on a map?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course RLST 005 taught by Professor Vivianleenyitray during the Fall '11 term at UC Riverside.
- Fall '11