Essay: Read the article "The Convergence of Science and Religion" by Charles H. Townes in the Magazine Think published by IBM. The article can be downloaded from: http://templetonprize.org/pdfs/THINK.pdf In 400-500 words you are to summarize Townes argument: Be sure to include: 1. What people often believe about the dif
Read Peter Kreeft's webpage "Twenty Arguments for the Existence of God" at http://www.peterkreeft.com/topics-more/20_arguments-gods-existence.htm Evaluate arguments 6, 14, 16, 18, and 19 and select the one that you would feel most comfortable using when trying to convince an open-minded non-believer in the existence of God.
I have to write 5 Bible Book Summaries from the New Testament. I need help with discussing the key themes and major events that took place in each book.
Discuss ways in which employers can accommodate the religious practices of employees and applicants.
Please discuss this topi to help me to better understand it: Why should we study religions? What are some of the methods used to study religions? What are some of the problems and questions sometimes associated with them?
What are the different views expressed about the reality or unreality of God? Provide detail such as: notions of monotheism, pantheism, polytheism, atheism, agnosticism, immanence, animism, and transcendence. (at least 250-300 words with credible reference)
What are the current generational differences in attitudes toward the role of religion in America?
1) What is the Qur'an? In the Islamic faith, why is the Qur'an necessary? 2) What are the assumptions about the Qur'an? What makes the book different from all other books, or what makes it scripture? Let me say here, do not get caught up in the teachings of the Qur'an. I am discussing the book itself alone. Sharia practice
What are you able to do that promotes, or would promote, peace in a personal or health crisis? How willing are you to use this skill? What would make you more willing to do this? With your response please provide me with references to pursue follow-up. Thank you.
Recognizing that being a healthcare provider is a ministry of service, what are ways a healthcare provider can prepare to address spirituality in a healthcare setting for each of the following groups? 1. Oneself 2. One's patient 3. The patient's family 4. One's colleagues
1. Will the expectation of care vary based on the faith of the patient involved? 2. How can the practitioner change care practice based on the faith of the patient? Give an example.
Discussion: "Meditation." Please respond to the following: -Explain why non-Buddhists might choose to take up the practice of meditation. -Explain why a koan might help a person during meditation. -Create a koan that might serve someone trying to meditate.
Discussion 1: "Desire." Please respond to the following: - Explain what you think your life would be like if you did not make decisions or act on the basis of your desires. - One consideration of the Eight-fold Path is "Right Occupation." Identify an occupation and explain whether or not you think it would be a "right occupat
1. We define "values" as the central ideas that bind a culture together. We also define values as "things worth living for and dying for." As you look at contemporary culture, what things fit this definition in your opinion? 2. How important is history to the average person today? What kinds of things should cause us to devel
Explain and evaluate Paley's Teleological argument for the Existence of God.
Please help me with the given question: Please provide an overview of Islam's central doctrine and background history.
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
Describe the origins of Hinduism in pre-Vedic India. Identify key theological concepts of Hinduism (maya, karma, samsara, etc.)
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?
"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
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
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
Answer the following question Locate an experience in your life that you can relate to the religious truth of the Exodus or the Exile. Apply the pattern to the situation in a few sentences. Thank you
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
Summarize the Gospels of Matthew and Mark and explain the following: - The genre - Key theme - Major events/personalities
Two worldviews by default create conflict. If, in our culture, we celebrate diversity, how do you deal with worldviews with which you do not agree?
Two worldviews by default create conflict. If, in our culture, we celebrate diversity, how do you deal with worldviews with which you do not agree? An interesting concept regarding conflict is that it does not always need to be solved. Conflicts of ideas stimulate critical thinking, conflict between sports teams creates comp
This is an interesting thought. The way you answer this question will hinge on the word "with" and whether it should/can be replaced with the word "to." It is possible to be a good friend "to" almost anyone. Being a good friend has certain qualities like selflessness, patience, speaking the truth with love, putting the othe
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
"Existentialism's major interest is in our humanity and how we can be significant in an otherwise insignificant world"
The concepts of atheism and secular humanism are based on the assumption that God does not exist. As a result of this assumption, man is a result of random events and genetic mutations rather than a created being fashioned by a loving Creator to whom he is accountable. Because God does not exist He cannot be the ultimate stand
A secular humanist believes that humans are the ultimate source of truth, standards and values and right and wrong. There is some debate in the secular humanist camp regarding whether there is any responsibility to society. IN other words can a person pursue his/her own sexual choices without regard to others or is there a res