What I found interesting about this movie was that it showed the
internal struggle the Jews had when it came to foreign people and their
religions. The movie talked about the questions they had to consider: Did
you have to be born a Jew to be a Jew?
I found that the part about womens rights was very interesting in the
movie and it provided a new understanding about the women of the Islamic
faith. The movie brought up what rights women have according to the
Koran: the right to own property, to re
The movie Judaism followed boys who were preparing to have their
bar mitzvah. I found the dedication of the young boys getting ready for their
bar mitzvah very impressive. I also thought it was a nice thing to see that
young people like that look so
The Islamic faith is the hardest faith for me to accept and understand.
I think that has a lot to do with the fact that September 11th happened when I
was young, so Ive only seen it in a bad light my entire life. However, after
watching this movie, I
I really enjoyed this class because I was able to learn about different
religions than my own and see the similarities that they have to Christianity.
I liked learning about Judaism the most because I have a few Jewish friends
who frequently talk abo
I think that the Sufi religion is really confusing and intense, and it
seemed much different than a lot of religions even though it is part of the
Islamic faith. This religion was definitely new to me, as I had never heard
about anything that was sho
1. Judaism, with its 3,000 year existence, is one of the worlds
a. only religions for people who have a Jewish mother
b. religions that require that all males be circumcised by their 9th b-day
c. only religions that will not allow its m
Before watching the movie Abraham, I did not really know much about him.
Really, when I go to church or talk about religion with people, it is usually Jesus
that is talked about, not Abraham. It was interesting to learn about Abraham in the