Religion as a cause of IntraState War

By on June 18th, 2021 in Religion

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Disputes and disagreements over religious beliefs have been and continue to be one of the main sources of conflict, civil war, terrorism and even genocide in the modern world. As the noted theologian Hans Küng has said: “There will be no peace among the peoples of the world without peace among the world religions.” (Shaefer,2004) […]

Although, source B and D have evidence that religion as still a slight factor that was taken into consideration. Source B is a historians summary of the events surrounding Lady Jane Grey brief reign. It begins to state how towards the end of Edwards reign he and Northumberland were very aware that his successor would […]

Religion and Ethnic Diversity

By on April 11th, 2021 in Religion

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Religion is something that many people around the world practice. There are many different types of religion and each religion have their own beliefs and practices. I wanted to learn more about Jehovah’s Witnesses; this is a religion that I am unfamiliar with. Jehovah’s Witnesses consider themselves to be Christian, they base their practices and […]

Introduction Globalization in the 21st century has resulted in greater diversity of peoples and religious pluralism across the globe. Alongside a global resurgence in religion, this trend has engendered new patterns of interaction and shifting perceptions in the modern political and public sphere (Thomas, 2005; Hurd, 2008). This scenario poses a direct challenge to the […]

Religion and World Practice Cannibalism

By on April 5th, 2021 in Religion

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‘’In the essay Cannibalism It Still Exist’’, Linh Kieu Ngo Explains how the Vietnamese refugees lost their captain on an escape boat. They were forced to survive with very little, after their food and water supply was gone. She explains how the refugees were forced to develop cannibalism by eating human flesh. Even though they […]

Puja: Religion and Deity

By on April 4th, 2021 in Religion

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Puja which literally means worship is performed before the deities’ images by both priests and laypeople in temples and homes throughout India. Puja in a large temple, especially in the blackness enveloping the innermost shrines, has a powerful sensual impact, often amplified by the press of a large crowd of devotees in a hot, confined […]

Existing studies on Instructor’s spiritual convictions and understanding concerning teaching either has failed to address an educator’s alignment of his instructional practices and evaluation or has one it presumably. This paper provides a traditional literature review on the impact of a teacher’s religion In the classroom. Keywords: teachers’ beliefs, pedagogy, classroom practices Introduction Teachers’ religion […]

Puja: Religion and Deity

By on March 28th, 2021 in Religion

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Puja which literally means worship is performed before the deities’ images by both priests and laypeople in temples and homes throughout India. Puja in a large temple, especially in the blackness enveloping the innermost shrines, has a powerful sensual impact, often amplified by the press of a large crowd of devotees in a hot, confined […]

Reflective Paper -Religions

By on March 26th, 2021 in Religion

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I had an incredible time while taking this course, it helped me reflect and understand over things that I would probably never do it in my entire life, sometimes we don’t see the need however it is extremely important that we learn new things and what the world has to offer, share different opinions and […]

With the understanding that religious pluralism is the greatest challenge facing Christianity in today’s Western culture, Dennis L. Okholm and Timothy R. Phillips assembled the writings of five scholars to address the issue of whether explicit belief in Jesus is the only way to salvation. The contributions of these scholars, along with introductory comments by […]