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.

  • Theo 510 Journal Article Critique

    JOURNAL ARTICLE CRITIQUE of Gangel, Kenneth O. “Marks of a Healthy Church.” Bibliotheca Sacra vol.158 no.632 (October - December 2001): 467-477. THEO 510 LUO (fall 2012) Survey of Theology Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary October 22, 2012 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION3 BRIEF

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  • Movie Critique

    Movie Critique ENG 225 February 18th, 2013 Film Critique The movie Bruce Almighty starring Jim Carrey, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman is considered a comedy, a drama and a fantasy movie in terms of genre but most prominently, a comedy. Bruce Almighty could be viewed

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  • New Testament

    fJSNT 33 (1988) 3-17] THE UNIFYING KERYGMA OF THE NEW TESTAMENT Eugene E. Lemcio Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA 98119, USA I. INTRODUCTION Thesis The purpose of this article is to offer evidence J}lat, co~trary to the prevailing view, there is a central, discrete

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  • Martin Luther King Jr

    Martin Luther (born on 10th November 1483 – 18th February 1546) was a German monk who studied Theology at the University of Wittenberg and later became a lecturer on the Bible. He was an important yet most controversial voice in the Church that led many unintentional rebellions, consequently

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  • Durkheim's Account of the Importance of Rituals in Modern Society

    Durkheim’s account of the importance of rituals in modern society Durkheim’s theories on ritual are an integral part of his work on religion, outlined in his book ‘The Elementary Forms of Religious Life’. Rites are defined by Durkheim as ‘determined modes of action’ (Durkheim, 1915, pg. 36).

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  • Hobo

    Today the New York Review of Books comments on social change: the roads are clogged with "retired farmers" who "leave for Florida in their fancy campers." John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath records an earlier time, depression days of Dust Bowl farmers, their farms blown away, heading in

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  • 4mat

    SUMMARY * For the most part, psychology and theology have been considered to be enemies as both deal with the basic questions about life and the human experience from different approaches. Psychology places human experience (empirically) at the core of understanding and theology places God

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  • Abortion: a Theological Claim

    Ronise Miller 3 November, 2012 Father Wright Pledge Abortion: A Theological Claim Abortion is a very controversial topic that has very heavy religious extents. Abortion is the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy. There are two types of abortion: abortion by pill and surgical

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  • The Rock

    1 AWARENESS OF THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD IN CHORUSES FROM ‘THE ROCK’ BY T.S. ELIOT Comments by Monsignor Luigi Giussani 1 Choruses from ‘The Rock’ 2by T. S. Eliot can be read according to a sequence of three stages. It starts with the chorus in which the position of the Church is

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  • The Scientific Revolution

    The Renaissance was a cultural movement that profoundly affected European intellectual life in the early modern period. Beginning in Florence, Italy in the 14th century then spreading to Europe in the 16th and lasting until roughly the 17th century it was a time of inspiring art, individual

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  • Methodology

    An investigation of the challenges facing African refugee communities in the Australian workforce: Findings from a qualitative study of Sudanese and Liberian refugees in South Australia Paul Gal Atem, PhD Candidate School of Natural and Built Environments University of South Australia

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  • The Revelations in the Distorted Truth Surrounding Modern Science and Religion in Dan Brown’s Trilogy: Angels & Demons, the Da Vinci Code and the Lost Symbol.

    Robert Kevin Lagaso 6C (17) Proposal for E. Lit Essay Topic The Revelations in the Distorted Truth surrounding Modern Science and Religion in Dan Brown’s Trilogy: Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol. Background

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  • Mystical Body of Christ

    On the Mystical Body of Christ A Term Paper. Presented to Mr. Diosdado Almine San Beda College – Alabang In Partial Fulfillment for the Requirement of the subject Theology 102: Church and Ecumenism. Second Semester Academic Year 2012 - 2013 by Erik Chavez BAIST - IA

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  • Alkjadlkaf

    Jeremiah, IBC Midterm Review Exam date: 3/7/13 (Thursday) This exam will be closed book and closed notes. I will provide all Hebrew text necessary. **Chapter covered/discussed to date: 1, 25:1-14, 19:14-20:18, 7:1-15, 26. I. Identifications (30 points). You will be asked to

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  • Monomial

    n Algebra, a term, or monomial, is comprised of a combination of one to three of the following: numbers, variables, and exponents. In Algebraic expressions and equations, terms are separated by addition and subtraction signs.   * Numbers: Constant, known quantities that remain fixed.

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  • Essay

    Another sleepless night for meAlone upon our bedI see again his every moveAnd those last words he said.So proud he looked in uniformConvinced that he was rightHe had to go, for duty calledThere was a war to fight.Those last few days before he leftI hid the pain insideWe talked and loved and

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  • Enrollment System

    My Journey through Pain to Freedom I am the eldest among 5 siblings born in the country side to parents who were both public school teachers earning meager salaries. My mom made sure to add to our education refined manners which I liked, while my dad taught us practical things like what is a

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  • Joel Osteen

    Kathleen Delcambre English 1301 – 2:30 – 4:00pm October 20, 2012 Joel Scott Osteen Joel Osteen was born March 5, 1963 he is an American Author, televangelist, and the senior pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. His ministry reaches over seven million broadcast media viewers

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  • Puritans and Politics.

    Puritans and Politics. NEW ENGLAND Puritanism—like the greater movement of which it was so characteristic an offshoot—is one of the fascinating puzzles in the history of the English people. It phrased its aspirations in so strange a dialect, and interpreted its programme in such esoteric

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  • Ancient Egyptian Religious Architecture.

    Ancient Egyptian Religious Architecture One of the greatest cultural achievements of Ancient Egypt was undoubtedly in their architecture associated with religion. "Temples, tombs and pyramids - all have witnessed this earth for thousands of years. What better than to say that these

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  • Famous Thinkers

    Famous Thinkers Paper Jonathan Davis PHL 458 Creative Minds and Critical Thinking February 7, 2011 Dr. Belinda Moses Famous Thinkers Paper We shall overcome, we shall overcome, we shall overcome someday, deep in my heart, I do believe, we shall overcome someday. These legendary words

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  • Elements of the Gothic Genre

    GOTHIC LITERATURE The gothic novel was invented almost single-handedly by Horace Walpole, whose The Castle of Otranto (1764) contains essentially all the elements that constitute the genre. Walpole's novel was imitated not only in the eighteenth century and not only in the novel form, but

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  • Evaluating Miracles

    Introduction shows the writer is aware of the key issues and knows what he/she is going to argue Begins analysing right away -Aquinas’ traditional understanding of miracles Hume’s Criticisms The idea that God can, has and does act in the world in

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  • Teachings of Jesus Study Guide Questions

    MOUTAIN VIEW COLLEGE School of Theology Final Exam in Life & Teachings March 3-8, 2013 Part I Name: Naomi A. Demasu-ay I. “The Sower Went Forth to Sow” Question: What Is the meaning of “went forth to sow” in the case of the sower and in the case of Jesus? * "The sower went

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  • Essay About Inherit the Wind

    It is common knowledge that winners write history. In Inherit the wind, by Lawrence and Lee, this is obvious by how they portray religion and sciences. Theology, the side that lost the case, is shown as a deleterious force, smothering all ideas that disagree with it without reason. The

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  • Psych

    Discuss the ways in which religious language can be understood There are many different views on how people speak of God. Some agnostic thinkers believe that God is something we can neither no or speak of and any attempt to do this is meaningless. Theists, however, have always tried to

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  • Transformation of the Western Civilization

    “Transformation of the Western Civilization” “Examination Final” By Reinaldo Gutierrez Early Western History HIST 1090 – EV1 Professor Vincent L. Toscano December 6th, 2011 In a period about 250 years, the western civilization

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  • Review of Weber

    Soc 301 Notes March 29, 2011 REVIEW OF WEBER: Protestant Ethic Thesis: This is what Marx left out: The values of ideas; Ideas can change the world. He wants to lead to economic transformation. -Ideas in religion: Protestant mostly - John Calvin (John Calvin talks about pre-destination)

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  • Not Another Jew Story

    Not Another Jew Story Everyone has their own conception of Jesus, what he was, what he did, and why he did it, yet these conceptions are often different than the one depicted by the earliest written account of Jesus’ life, “The Gospel of Mark.” The Jesus in Mark has one main purpose, to

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  • Ancient Near Eastern Taught and the Old Testiment


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