Chapter 9: The Language of Faith: Symbolism and the Arts
Chapter 9 is the last chapter you need to study before the test. It is also one of my
favorite chapters as the early Christian art is very beautiful and meaningful because it
is the primary way earl
Chapter 10: The Islamic World: Religion and Culture
I think for some people learning about the Muslim religion and the Islamic culture
(they are two separate things really) is hard, especially if you live in the US and
suffered a loss of friend or relativ
Extra Credit Assignment
Plato believed that it could be potentially dangerous to use music while educating young
children. He held this view because he believed that it had the potential to greatly change and
effect the character or mood of adolescents. T
World Civilizations Lecture Notes
Chapter 1: Mesopotamia: Gods, Rulers, and the Social Order
So, I should start out my lecture notes this week by stating that during this class we will cover
many different early religions. They may or may not have anythin
Writing Assignment 7
What advantages did the early monastics seek in withdrawing from the secular world?
Might the same advantages prevail today? Why or why not?
Monasticism is a religious way a life in which one renounces their worldly pursuits in
Some of the greatest historical objects left behind from the Middle Ages, are medieval
castles. Castles were built in the middle ages as fortified homes for people of noble blood.
Originally castles were made of wood and timber which was readily available