Help me write a strong precise on the historical aspects of the Islamic faith. Where does it come from and why? What do the words Mohammed, Mecca, the Koran, the hajj and the muezzin mean to you? What are the Christian counterparts for those words? What are the Jewish counterparts for those words? What are the B
Please assist me with getting some ideas on my world religions report on Judaism. I need to have the following elements: 1. Introduction of the religion-Judaism 2. Name, location review of the site 3. Interview summary 4. Comparing and contrasting with another religion 5. Conclusion 6. Refere
Critically evaluate the framework of comparison for Christianity. 1. What should be in the framework that is missing and why? 2. What is in the framework that should be removed and why? Refer to the two attached files when answering the questions: The first attached file explains the framework for understanding and compar
I don't understand what these questions are asking: How have Eastern notions of medicine affected contemporary Western healing practices? What do you think is the importance of being knowledgeable about other people's beliefs and practices?
Hello, I need to compare and contrast the similarities and differences between two religions. I have chosen Wicca and Christianity for this project. I will attached further details: ? Submit your World Religions Report. For this project you will choose a religion that is not your own and then visit a place of worship and
What effect do you think religious pluralism and the interfaith movement will have on the future of organized religion? Explain your answer.
Please help so that I can complete my World Religions Report in Islam and Buddhism. My report will need to contain the following elements: 1. Introduction of the religion 2. Name, location and review of the site. 3. Interview summary 4. Comparing and contrasting with another religion 5. Conclusion 6. References I ha
Please help me with the following: Your World Religions Report should be 2000-2,500 words in length, and contain the following elements: 1. Introduction of the religion 2. Name, location review of the site 3. Interview summary 4. Comparing and contrasting with another religion 5. Conclusion 6. References I need help
Compare similarities and differences between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Analyze the impact one of these religions is making on the contemporary world. Explain the importance of being knowledgeable about other people's beliefs and attitudes.
In what ways has learning about world religions influenced the way you think about religion? Why is it important to learn about other peoples' beliefs and attitudes? How will you utilize this information in the future?
Define, in your own words, the terms "power", "good", and "evil". Where are these concepts experienced in everyday life?
Have you ever pondered who or what is the root of evil, suffering, and death, or what sustains life? Who or what had the greatest influence on your understanding of the notion of god? Note: I don't come from a religious background, therefore; I'm having a difficult time answering these questions. Please help me form
What are some of the functions that cosmic myths serve in human society? What kinds of questions do they answer?
What is the importance of being knowledgeable about other peoples' beliefs and attitudes towards religion? What is the the role of tradition in religion in general?
Will Buddhism replace the religions in the U.S.? Ideas are expressed.
Check out the following Christianity similarity...what is your take on it? He Comes as . . . Kalki Avatar (Hindu Prophecy) Hindus await the arrival of the Kalki-Avatar as promised by in the Scriptures when the Kali age (age of darkness) ends and the Krita age (age of light) begins. Below is one of the Scriptures that s
How does Zoroastrianism relate to Judaism...where is the connection? Or better yet, is there a connection?
Are the indigenous religions really "religions" based on the following definition? According to the American Heritage Dictionary (2000), religion is defined as "a set of beliefs, values, and practices based on the teachings of a spiritual leader." In light of this definition, it makes sense that religion defines identity and
1)How did the childhood experiences od Siddhartha Guatama (Buddha) lead to his questioning of the spiritual practices of his time. 2)What events and figures have shaped the development of Islam in the United States? 3)How are newer religions different from older ones? How are they similar? 4)What effect do you think re
This job offers help within these areas: 1. Introduction of the religion 2. Name, location and review of the site. 3. Interview summary 4. Comparing and contrasting with another religion 5. Conclusion 6. References
FIRST APOCALYPSE MYTH: The Day of Yahweh REGION OR CULTURE: Hebrew SECOND APOCALYPSE MYTH: Emergence of the Fifth World REGION OR CULTURE: Hopi Indians Who or what will cause the apocalypse? Who will be the main characters? What will be the motivation to cause the apocalypse? What will
FIRST AFTERLIFE MYTH: Hell, Purgatory, Heaven REGION OR CULTURE: Judeo-Christian SECOND AFTERLIFE MYTH: The Kachinas REGION OR CULTURE: Hopi Indians 1. What is the name of the place(s) where people go when they die? 2. What is or are the characteristics of the place(s)? What form do people take when they
(NOTE: Briefly compare and contrast two stories from your reading.) Questions must have an answer for both religion floods and address the questions for each myth below. I. FIRST FLOOD MYTH: GENESIS REGION OR CULTURE: HEBREW II. SECOND FLOOD MYTH: CHINESE Yu REGION OR CULTURE: Chinese
(NOTE: Briefly compare and contrast two stories from your reading.) FIRST CREATION MYTH: GENESIS REGION OR CULTURE: HEBREW SECOND CREATION MYTH: SPIDER WOMAN REGION OR CULTURE: HOPI INDIAN Who created the world? Who were the main characters involved? What was the process? What was the motivation
Compare and contrast the lives of Jesus and Mohammed in relation to each respective religion. Be sure to complete the following steps in your discussion: a. Trace the lives of Jesus and Mohammed historically. b. Compare what impact the death of each person had on his respective followers. c. Describe the ways each individua
Joyce Little, Naming Good and Evil, First Things, May 1992. According to Little, what is the major moral problem that human's face. What is our true source of knowledge of good and evil? What is her argument? What is the problem that some forms of feminism present? Is there any solution to the modern problem.
QUESTIONS: How has humanism in general affected the practice of religion in America? What are the strengths and weaknesses of humanism? What religion do you find most compatible with humanism? Why? Which religion do you find most incompatible with humanism? Why? Why have the Unitarian Universalists been popular among th
I am doing a paper on the separation of Church and State debate. Today, March 2, 2005 the issue of the Ten Commandments comes before the Supreme Court. What is the main question at the center of this battle? What are some of the arguments for and against keeping the Ten Commandments? Could you provide me with an overview of
What does this mean? Apology/apologist: