Week 11 Discussion
"After its all said and done" Please respond to the following:
Explain what religion is, and give your opinion as to whether religion is different from spirituality.
Identify three surprising concepts that you learned about religion in
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A Why Cant We Just Get Along?" Please respond to the following:
Explain at least three reasons why there are so many divisions / denominations in the Christian
There are nearly 21,000 independent Church denominations, falling under 156 main grou
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Female initiates into the Khalsa take the surname
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Which was not among the three central teachings of Guru Nanak?
Week 6 Discussion
"The Role of the Torah and Special Covenant" Please respond to the following:
Discuss the significance of the special covenant between the Jewish people and God. Name at
least two examples of this covenant in the Jewish religion.
Week 10 Discussion
"The Present and the Future of Religion" Please respond to the following:
Among the religions we discussed this week, identify one religion that you find the most
interesting. Explain your response.
The religion that I found to be inter
"5 Ks of Sikhism" Please respond to the following:
Identify the 5 Ks of Sikhism, and explain which one intrigues you the most.
Uncut hair, which is kept covered by a turban, or dastaar.
Kesh are a traditional symbol of holiness in India, and the turb
Week 4 Discussion
"Actionless Action (Daosim) and the Practice of Virtue (Confucianism)" Please respond to the following:
Identify and explain at least three aspects of wu wei (non-doing) that would be practical in the
busy lives of city dwellers, especia
"Noble Action, Sacred Call, or Desire" Please respond to the following:
Explain whether or not you think Siddhrtha Gautamas quest to find enlightenment falls under the
category of noble action, sacred call, or desire. Discuss how his decision to le
The term Wu wei refers to growth by non doing or without doing anything. It is a way for a
person to live his life as we will never know how and when the growth has happened. This is so
as it has happened naturally and unexpectedly. This is
Week 2 Discussion
"Hindu Way of Life" Please respond to the following:
Explain the key ways in which the teachings of the Vedas influence the daily lives of Hindus.
The theory argued that the Vedas, the religious texts often referred to as the foundations