Eth/125 Week 4

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University of Phoenix MaterialAppendix C
Part I

Define the following terms (Provide a page number after each definition. Provide the full text citation before Part II):

Term | Definition |
Tryzmanie Bortnkow | |
Engel vs. Vitale | A case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 25, 1962, that voluntary prayer in public schools violated the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment prohibition of a state establishment of religion. | Secessionist Minorities | Groups that reject assimilation and promote coexistence and pluralism. | Civil Religion | American Civil Religion is a term given to a shared set of certain fundamental beliefs, values, holidays, and rituals by those who live in the United States of America of America. | Religion | Religion literally means to “tie down” and it is man’s effort to reconcile himself to God through following rules and regulations | Intelligent Design | Intelligent design is the theory that living things show signs of having been designed. Intelligent Design supporters argue that living creatures and their biological systems are too complex to be accounted for by the Darwinian theory of evolution |

Full text citation:
(2012). In Engel v. Vitale. Retrieved from http://britannica.com (2012). In Civil Religion. Retrieved from http://newworldencyclopedia.org Secessionist Minorities. (2012). Retrieved from http://chacha.com What is religion. (2012). Retrieved from http://jesussaid.org Intelligent Design. (2012). Retrieved from http://beliefnet.com

Part II

Select 2 religious and 2 ethnic groups not your own from the list below.

Religious groups (based on http://religions.pewforum.org/pdf/affiliations-all-traditions.pdf)

Christianity
Evangelical Protestant
Judaism (Orthodox, Conservative, or Reform)
Islam (Sunni, Shia, Sufism)

Ethnic groups (based on divisions in U.S. Census Bureau documents)

Asian...
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