Terrorism as one possible form of religious violence

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Milestone 4 Evaluate Social Ethical and cultrual topics through the lens of religion sophia.docx

Terrorism, as one possible form of religious violence, can be defined as: an ideologically motivated physical attack designed to destroy an enemy group's material resources, such as military equipment. any threat or action intended to instill fear in civilian populations and achieve social, political, or religious aims. any damage that affects a group of people unintentionally, sometimes more neutrally called "collateral damage." any form of subjugation from the perspective of those subjected. CONCEPT Religious Wars & Violence 13 What might a Muslim believe about recycling?
One should not recycle as Allah strictly forbids it. Recycling is an important religious activity becuase God and nature are one. One should recycle as it is a part of "the Middle Way." CONCEPT The Environment 14 Which of the following is true of mysticism within a primal religion?
Historically, many Christian institutions have been concerned with protecting the natural world. But some have pointed out that this is in tension with what Biblical notion?
CONCEPT The Environment 16 In many early societies, religion, morals, and law were: nonexistent. indistinguishably mixed together. ineffective at maintaining social order. separated legally. CONCEPT Law 17 Which of the following describes a major difference between Taoic and Abrahamic religions?
Taoic religions originated in India, while Abrahamic religions originated in the United States.

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