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Unformatted text preview: taboo animism sacrifice coven salvation dharma samsara ayahuasca sacrament altered state of consciousness Dominion theology Sabbath minimalist and maximalist models of religion and culture II. DIMENSIONS Be familiar with the seven dimensions, know their definitions, and be able to discuss examples for each dimension from the religious communities that we looked at (see list below). III. COMMUNITIES Be familiar with the following religious traditions or communities and be able to discuss them using some of the seven dimensions, comparing and contrasting. Be able to identify key similarities and differences among and across these traditions. Zen Buddhism Oneida Community Islam Shamanism Native American religions African traditional religions Judaism (Reform, Conservative &amp; Orthodox branches) Pentecostal Christianity Nation of Islam Christian anti-abortion activists Hinduism Candombl, Umbanda Spiritualism Wicca Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course REL R133 taught by Professor Hines during the Spring '10 term at IUPUI.
- Spring '10
- Religious Studies