KelleyKrueger Reading Questions for When Religions become Evil, Chapter 3: Blind Obedience Due in class Oct. 15 40 participation points possible 1. What is a sect? Are they necessarily bad? Asectisanalternativereligiousorganizationwithtraditionalbeliefsan
KelleyKrueger Reading Questions for Kimball, Chapter 4 Establishing the Ideal Time Due in Class Oct. 15; 50 Participation Points Possible 1. Why destroy the Dome of the Rock? Messianic Jews believe the destruction of the mosque and construction of the tem
Kelley Krueger Kimball Questions, Chapter 5: The End Justifies Any Means 1. What was the cause of fighting between the Hindus and the Muslims i n 2002 in Pakistan? They were fighting over sacred space. This sacred site is in Ayodhya and it is revered as t
Kelley Krueger Kimball, Chapter 6: Declaring Holy War 25 points 1. What are three distinct Christian attitudes and approaches toward w ar and peace? One is pacifism (to see in Jesus sharp clarity about the supremacy of love, peacableness, and compassion).
Response Paper #3: Kimball and Crime in the Name of God Due: In class, Oct. 26th. Late Papers will be marked down 3 pts per day Document Size: 12 pt. font, 1 margins, double-spaced, 1 to 2 pages Kimball claims that there are five clear warning signs of wh
Kelley Krueger Response Paper #1: Contact and the Sacred Ellies encounter with the other is very similar to many descriptions of encounters that Livingston provides in Chapter 3, The Sacred and the Holy. When Ellie is placed on trial to defend her experie
Kelley Krueger Intro to Religion/ Hornsby 28 September 2010 Response Paper #2: Big Fish and the Functions of Myth The word myth is used in many contexts, but it doesn't seem to have a single meaning. When people use the word, what do they have in mind? Un
Kelley Krueger Intro to Religion Hornsby Response Paper #3: Kimball and Crime in the Name of God Kimball posits five "warning signs" for a religion becoming corrupt: absolute truth claims, blind obedience to a leader, the establishment of an "ideal" time,