Religion & Spirituality

Forget divine inspiration—writing about religion and spirituality requires nothing but good old-fashioned hard work. Whether you need to find connections between Confucianism and Christianity or explore Martin Luther’s contributions to the Protestant Reformation movement, our database of examples will help you find the light and complete your writing mission.

  • Amenhotep Iii's and Akhenaton's Religious Exploitation

    Father and Son: Amenhotep III’s and Akhenaton’s Religious Exploitation Samantha Walker NMC101Y1 Professor Goebs November 20, 2008 Enduring for 250 years, the Eighteenth Dynasty was the greatest period in Egypt’s civilization in terms of the extent of its empire and in

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  • Elizabeth Keckley

    English 248 12 December 2009 Elizabeth Keckley: Is She a Pioneer of Womanism? Keckley was born a slave in Virginia. She was an excellent seamstress and dressmaker. Using her skill and contacts she bought her freedom in 1855. After she was freed, she made her way to Washington, D.C.

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  • Aquinas Epistemology and God

    Introduction: The scientific developments of the renaissance were powerful and they stimulate new ways of thought that one can be tempted to disregard any role medieval thinking plays in the general development of both renaissance and post renaissance philosophy up till today. It would be a

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  • Female Shaman and Spiritual Leaders

    Victoria Karr June 22, 2009 Ashford University Cultural Anthropology Female Spiritual Leaders - Healing and the Woman Shaman In a world of male dominated cultures and societies, it is fascinating to find that female spiritual healers have been a constant part of history. Their place

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  • Sacred Places

    The World Trade Center: A Sacred Site R. Clark, J. Frazier July 4, 2010 Greg Underwood University of Phoenix The World Trade Center: Sacred Site Myths, while imagined, have their own explanations of the divine, that to the faithful and those who take the myth on 'faith', see as

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  • Hypocrisy and Human Nature

    Hypocrisy Hypocrisy is prevalent part of our present day society as well as societies of the past. It is a part of human nature that most do not want to admit they possess or practice. Many people profess their beliefs, feelings, and virtues whole heartedly convinced that possess and

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  • A History of Israel: from the Bronze Age Through the Jewish Wars - Kaiser, Walter C., Jr

    Kaiser, Walter C., Jr. A History of Israel: From the Bronze Age through the Jewish Wars. Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 1988. 540 pp. Summary Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., in the introduction of his book, A History of Israel: From the Bronze Age through the Jewish Wars, describes

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  • Comparison of Witchcraft and Statanism

    There are many myths and misconceptions about Wicca or Witchcraft and Satanism that are often held by people of other faith based belief systems. If you go by some of the Evangelical Christians definition of a Satanist you are left with a very large percentage of the population being Satanist

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  • ”the Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe as the Mock of Transcendentalism.

    ”The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe as the mock of Transcendentalism. The 19th century was a significant time for the American literature. At that time two completely different genres had been founded – Transcendentalism and Dark Romanticism. While transcendentalism

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  • Realism

    Realism is a very old philosophy which dates back to as early as ancient Greece. The many interpretations of realist opinion lead to several varieties of realism. “The most common thread of realism is what may be called the principle of thesis of independence. This thesis holds that reality,

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  • Analyse the Argument of the Existence of God from Religious Experience

    i) Analyse the Argument for the Existence of God from Religious Experience (18) The argument for the existence of God from Religious Experience is a simple one, with only two premises. The first being that some people have, or have had a religious experience, the second premise is that these

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  • Der Bologna-Prozess - Fluch Oder Segen?

    Der Bologna-Prozess – Fluch oder Segen? Gut zehn Jahre ist es nun her, dass die deutsche Regierung zusammen mit 29 europäischen Staaten den sogenannten „Bologna-Prozess“ unterzeichnete und hiermit den Grundstein für ein reformiertes, einheitliches europäisches Hochschulwesen setzte.

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  • Myths and Stereotypes

    Myth and Stereotypes: Racial Profiling Wendy Horton Kaplan University A stereotype is an exaggerated belief about a group that can be positive or negative but generalizes without allowing for differences (Louisiana Voices, 1999-2003). One example of a stereotype would be racial profiling.

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  • Othello William Shakespeare

    In class Essay (Othello) Intro: * William Shakespeare created one of his most famous plays Othello to investigate in an influential manner the unrelenting issues of racial discrimination and gender equility. Based on the tale ‘Un Capitano Moro’ (The Moorish Captain) by Giovanni Cinthio,

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  • The Tyger by William Blake

    “The Tyger” by William Blake Now seen as one of the most prominent figures of poetry and visual arts during the Romantic Age, William Blake was an outcast during his time and often thought to be crazy due to his radical views on religion and theology. Although he was Christian, his

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  • Flanery Oconner Good Country People

    In "A Good Man Is Hard To Find", O'Connor introduces the reader to a family representative of the old and new Southern culture. The grandmother represents the old South by the way in which she focuses on her appearnace, manners, and gentile ladylike behavior. O'Connor writes "her collars and

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  • Seerat Un Nabi

    "SEERAT- UN – NABI” (May Allah’s Blessings & Peace Be Upon Him) Muhammad was the humblest at the zenith of his achievements If a man’s world-admired accomplishments or the wealth and fame he has gained do not change him, if he can remain as humble as he was at the beginning of his career,

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  • The Reaction

    What does it mean to be a human person moral issues abortion and marriage It begins to answer the questions of why we were created the way we were created? And how are we made in the image and likeness of God? And then ultimately, what does that mean in how we treat our bodies and other

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  • Nathan the Wise

    Nathan the Wise has been called the “Magna Carta” of Jewish emancipation in Germany. Lessing modeled the figure of Nathan on his good friend the German-Jewish Enlightenment philosopher Moses Mendelssohn, grandfather of the great composer Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. At the time that Nathan the

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  • Religious Approaches to Bioethics

    Chapter 1 reflection Religious Approaches to Bioethics Rae, Scott B. & Paul M. Cox. Biethics: A Christian Approach in a Pluralistic Age. Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1999. In this chapter, Rae and Cox go straight to point they want to discuss in the whole book

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  • Worldview

    WORLDVIEW Denise Patton PHI 103 Grand Canyon University First of all when looking at the two words that has become one in worldview, an understanding has to be made into a conclusion of what do these two words mean that has been put together as one word? Well a worldview according to

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  • Worldview Paper

    Worldview Paper Ja’Net Issoufou Grand Canyon University Phi 103-Intro to Philosophy and Ethics 10/3/2010 In this life there are many different worldviews. Worldviews are shaped by a person’s upbringing, environment and perception of reality. According to Schneider (2004), “a worldviews

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  • Relationship Between God and Creation

    Khoa Pham Theology 101 Dr. Nairn Relationship between God and Creation Genesis 1:26, God said “Let us make humankind in our image, according to our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the bird of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the wild

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  • Secular Humanism

    Every system of thought, every worldview has a concept of God.   This even applies to the atheist because whatever a philosophy or religion chooses as its foundation is its God.   Our entire western civilization was built on Christian principles.   Today there are many views of God and many

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  • How Does Rizzuto Show That as the Image of Oneself Changes so, Too, Does the One's Image of God Changes?

    God image’ is the subjective emotional experience of God. It is shaped by our experience of our parents and enables us to continue earlier learned relational patterns. The term, God Image is used to refer to one’s internal, intra-psychic, emotional representation of God. The God Image develops

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  • Our Spiritual Growth

    How do I know that I am growing up spiritually? First of all, if we want to know whether we are growing up spiritually or not, we must know what the meaning of growing spiritually is. Spirituality is our human capacity for God which allows us to recognise God or the movement of God in our

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  • The Doctrine of Election

    In this paper, I will be discussing the different views of the Doctrine of Election (or predestination). There are many different views on this subject, but I will only talk about the Wesleyan and the Calvinism views. The Calvinism view says, “The doctrine of election is an act of God before

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  • Is God a White Racist

    WOH1012_004 William R. Jones, author of the book Is God A White Racist?, was born in Louisville, Kentucky. Jones is currently a professor of

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  • Anglican Church and the Monarchy

    Religion was an ongoing cause of issues in history, and the Church of England was no exception. Issues with the monarchy ruling the church in Britain was the reason for many debates, wars, civil issues and rights to the throne. Initially the Church was under Papal rule, making the Pope have

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  • Mid Term

    Mid Term Essay Exam Section I: Literature through 1700 In both the poem "Contemplations" by Anne Bradstreet and William Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation, nature is a main subject. Both poems are interested in nature's role in people's (especially Christian's) lives, whether it be

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