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Number of words: 633 - Number of pages: 3

.... Krishna") chanted by members of the group. Devotees of the Hindu god Krishna, the members are divided into two classes: brahmacatin ("students"), who live in temples and vow to abstain from sex, meat, intoxicants, and gabling, and grihasta, or lay members who marry and have families. They are proselytizers who actively seek converts. In the mid-1980s the Hare Krishna movement had more than 200 centers in the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa. In the United States it was troubled by internal disputes that reportedly led to several killi .....

Three Important Qualities Of Christ's Life
Number of words: 1249 - Number of pages: 5

.... he does not possess a physical nature. Some think that God is that of a human. There is no possible way that this could be, because in John 4:24 Jesus speaks "God is spirit, and those who worship him just worship in spirit and truth.". Even though Jesus had flesh was of the Spirit he still did have matter. He had flesh which is matter. In this flesh was very important qualities. God still possesses all of these qualities even though He does not have flesh. These characteristics would fit for either God the Father, God the Son, or God the Holy Spirit. They .....

In The Beginning...
Number of words: 1050 - Number of pages: 4

.... for writing the creation story is geared more towards explaining creation as it happens, in his opinion, whereas the Bible stresses the fact that the God of the Hebrews is responsible for the world's existence today. Overall, Ovid is very detailed in explaining the formless mass, creation of the earth, waters and land metaphorically. The Biblical account seems to be more plain, simple, and organized; not spending time on intricate detail. There seems to be no specific time frame for creation in Ovid's writing, whereas, the Bible states that it takes God six .....

Religion In School?
Number of words: 244 - Number of pages: 1

.... upon people in an overwhelming manner. If a Christian decides to wear Christian apparel or accessories, they should not be treated any different. They have just as much a right to pray before school, or at lunch to show their individuality, as those around them might through clothing, attitude, and word of mouth. As long as they follow the school codes as expected, they should be treated just as their non-Christian equal. No place in the constitution does it say Christians should be treated different. In fact the first amendment (passed September 25, 1789 and ratified December 15, 1791) Religion .....

Good God
Number of words: 904 - Number of pages: 4

.... would later say that the world must have a designer, meaning a God. The watch of coarse must of been created by a designer, but the world is totally different. It's more like a carpenter building a house or building. People can relate more to a building than a universe, cause it's possible that one can experience living within a house. It's not possible for anyone to live among the outside world, and think that God created everything. This only proves Paley's downfall, and ideas that have no back bone! The world to be created by God is impossible, only cause .....

11th Century Scotland And Witchcraft
Number of words: 557 - Number of pages: 3

.... practice of Voodoo enabled witches to put spirits and evil demons into one’s head. The movie "The Exorcist" was a fictional horror movie based on a young girl being possessed by the devil, coincides with the 11th century practice of Voodoo. As in the movie, when Voodoo was performed the victim would go into convolutions and lose control of movement. They would start to sway, stagger, tremble, pant, sweat, and act wildly. After the spirit would leave the body, they would have no memory of the demon, as did the child in "The Exorcist". A familiar phr .....

An Analysis Of The Jehovah's Witnesses' Religion
Number of words: 1011 - Number of pages: 4

.... the room was well lit up with no pews, but there were many chairs connected by metal bolts on the bottom of each chair. Amazingly though there was no cross and no altar. First the service started with singing, as any ordinary church would. We sung out of a book of songs that they provided for us. After the singing there was a guest speaker from Bagley, Minnesota. The speaker spoke to the congregation about topics in the bible, his speech lasted about three fourths of an hour. Afterwards the priest came to the podium and thanked the guest for coming. Th .....

Number of words: 1392 - Number of pages: 6

.... life." The Sabbat is their weekly ceremony, held Friday evenings, to celebrate the end of a work week. Rosh Hashanah - Yom Kipper is the core that of being on trial for ones life. During that trial one moves from life through death to renewed life. Also discussed in this paper is Hanukkah, the festival of lights. Hanukkah stands for the temple that burned to the ground. The Jewish people only had an oil lamp to provide light for six nights and seven days. Therefore that is why they celebrate Hanukkah for six nights and seven days. Passover is also disc .....

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