Module 4 Assignment: Buddhism
1. If there is no self, how can there be reincarnation? Who is it that will come back in future
When Buddhism says there is no self, it means that identity is not permanent because people
are constantly changing an
Module 8: Judaism Assignment
A. What is the criteria for being Jewish? What does it mean to be Jewish?
Those who have a Jewish mother or have gone through the formal procedure for
conversion to Judaism. Being Jewish does not pertain to the beliefs of the
Module 4 Assignment: Jainism and Sikhism
1. Describe two similarities and differences among Jainism, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
Jainism, Buddhism, and Hinduism have many similarities. They believe in karma,
reincarnation, and ending the cycle of rebirth. The
Summaries for Module 1 Assignment
Psychology and Religion:
Religion is natural, built in, and vital to people. It is a matter of nature and attitude
and demand rather than one of faith and intellectual belief. Being religious is demanded
within our psyche
Module 3 Assignment: Hinduism
1. Consider the terms Hindu and Yoga. What is the difference between yoga as a Hindu
activity and yoga as a secular activity?
Yoga used in Hinduism and secular activity have very stark differences. Although they
Assignment 9: Christianity
Water represents many things to a variety of religions and belief systems. In
Christianity, water is used in multiple and meaningful ways like prayers, worship, and
Baptism. In the Bible, there are stories like Noahs Ark. In
Assignment 10: Islam
1. Read the "Muslim creation stories" in the link here (here) and compare/ contrast them
with the creation story in Genesis 1-3 in this link (here).
The Muslim creation story and the creation story from the Bible are quite similar in