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Religion in the Modern World

Islam and its Counterparts

Please help me with the given question: Please provide an overview of Islam's central doctrine and background history.

Primary Elements of Hinduism, Confucianism, and Buddhism

Given the classification of Hinduism, Confucianism, and Buddhism as world religions in Eastern culture, can you help me to identify the primary elements of each religion and identify the elements that they have in common which render them "Eastern". What books do they consider sacred and in which way are they sacred? What teachi

Christian Spirituality in Health Care

Discuss: What does the Bible say about caring for the sick? How do the roles of the various team members within the Healing Hospital blueprint address caring for the sick from a biblical standpoint?

Worship

"Jesus taught about true worship in a variety of ways in Matthew 5:13-7:23. (A) Why do you think He described worship in these terms? (B) How might this description of true worship be different than what we usually think about worship today? (C) How can you improve your worship of God today?" Define important and key

Garzon's article is summarized.

1. Develop a brief summary of the article in your own words. Do not copy and paste from the journal article--this is plagiarism! Simply provide a brief description in your own words of the topic under consideration in the article. If the article describes a research study, include brief statements in your own words about the

Christian Leadership

We have many leaders in great psoitions with great responsibilities. Some are Christian and others are not. I am a Christian leader in a secular enviroment. I have a hard time leading people as a Christian; however, as a non-Christian everyone trust my decisions. So,I am trying to get someone's opinion on the follwoing qu

Fowler's Stages of Faith

1. Apply the general definition of faith to a relationship in your life, showing the basic definition and the 8 characteristics. 2. If faith is a gift from God, what does it mean to have faith? 3. If faith is a gift from God, what part, if any, do humans play in their salvation? 4. At what level do you see yourself in Kohlber

http://www.apa.org/ethics/code/index.aspx Need to find a New Testament Scripture reference that supports application of Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct of the APA (use above link). Discuss how the selected scripture supports one of the general principles.

Standard 1: Resolving Ethical Issues 1.03 Conflicts Between Ethics and Organizational Demands If the demands of an organization with which psychologists are affiliated or for whom they are working are in conflict with this Ethics Code, psychologists clarify the nature of the conflict, make known their commitment to the Eth

Secular Humanists feel that, "The good is not what some abstract God dictates, but what contributes to the liberation, growth, and progress of human beings. Instead of being God-centered, we should be human-centered" (Veith, 1994. p. 71). What do you think about this statement?

Secular Humanists feel that, "The good is not what some abstract God dictates, but what contributes to the liberation, growth, and progress of human beings. Instead of being God-centered, we should be human-centered" (Veith, 1994. p. 71). What do you think about this statement?

Albl offers several principles for approaching faith and science. Which 2 principles do you find most relevant and why? How does the work of Teilhard relate to the concept of the NOMA? Would Teilhard be a good example of this principle?

Albl offers several principles for approaching faith and science. Which 2 principles do you find most relevant and why? How does the work of Teilhard relate to the concept of the NOMA? Would Teilhard be a good example of this principle? Principles for approaching faith and science - Albl 1. Realize that scientists do not

Research Analysis & Research Validity: Celebrating the Divine Female

Analyze and include an annotated bibliography for the article 'Celebrating the Divine Female' (Janet Chawla, http://www.boloji.com/wfs/wfs082.htm). The analysis needs to address the article adherence to research process components and logic. The article must be qualitative. What are some of the ways a research design can be mo

Power of prayer

Write a detailed discussion on your understanding of the power of prayer or lack thereof in the healing process. Give your rationale for your perspective, making it as strong as possible to persuade others

Healing Hospital

(1) Explain the paradigm of the Healing Hospital. (2) Consider the ramifications and challenges of this paradigm, given the many spiritual perspectives of caregivers and patients. (3) Evaluate the reasonableness of such a paradigm. Specifically answer the question: How reasonable is this philosophy of care giving?

Morale Studies: Discrimination

Statement:"During economy recession, most of the factories retrenched the local workers and only hire foreign labors, in order to cut down labor cost." Discuss the issue of discrimination from the perspective of the below: 1) Existentialism 2) Egoism 3) Christianity 4) Buddhism. - From the perspective of theories / r

Buddhism in Modern Medicine

Please explain the role of the Buddhist in Health and Wellness (Buddhism in Modern Medicine). Preferably use the following link: http://www.changesurfer.com/Bud/BudBioEth.html

Religion in the workplace today is contemplated.

The following questions are posed: 1) How many religious traditions are included among your co-workers, associates and/or customers and/or clients? Identify them. 2) What impact do you see these religious traditions having on your personal relationship with them? Why? 3) What is your belief system and what impact does it have

Effective prison ministry

How do you start a prison ministry? How do you maintain a prison ministry? How do you grasp/make sure they stay strong Christians once they get out of prison?

Functionalist & Materialistic Perspective

When comparing the functionalist and materialistic perspectives, is the Durkheim and the functionalist always a promoter of religion, or does he also out to deconstruct it? Which theoretical framework is more amicable to religion? Explain your reasoning.

Analysis of the Movie The Passion of the Christ

I need a couple of question answered so that I may continue with my studies of religion. If you could expand on the questions, I would greatly appreciate it. After viewing the movie, The Passion of the Christ, I cannot seem to come up with the answers to these questions. 1) How the different "worlds" of the New Testament