February 25, 2016
Chapter 6 Sikhism
Why did the initially pacifist Sikh religion become militaristic?
How far would you be willing to go to defend your faith?
The Sikhism religion is located primarily in India
Chapter 8 Shinto
Describe in detail the Shinto emphasis on purity. How well do these ideas compare to your own
understandings of the value of purity or cleanliness?
The Shinto people practice extreme levels of purity and cleanliness, belie
February 18, 2016
Chapter 5 Buddhism
The culture of Buddhism comes from what they believe in, and for the people that
practice Buddhism they follow their code like most other religions. The code of Buddhism
February 14, 2015
For this essay I decided to attend a service at Hope Evangelical Presbyterian Church of
America. I chose to visit a Presbyterian service because my girlfriend is a practicing Presbyt
Chapter 4 - Jainism
Identify and describe each of the five moral principles of Jainism.
How can these principles be applied to your own life in the modern world?
The first moral principle of Jainism is ahimsa, which means to do no harm. As any moral list