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Different Religions
Number of words: 1119 - Number of pages: 5

.... brought the people together. Small cities began to develop because the people didn't have to move around as much. With all this closeness, the people developed moral views on what to think about thieves or murderers. If certain civilizations didn't mind violence and killing, then they developed into a Brutal civilization. Consequently, the religions of these civilizations were evolved around sacrificial rituals and allegiance to brutal gods. The Assyrian civilization worked around this principle. They used scare tactics to overcome their enemies and tr .....

Refutation To A Bias Suggestion
Number of words: 531 - Number of pages: 2

.... ask themselves is exactly how different are the authors of the Biblical texts from ourselves. Is it their lifestyle or career that makes them so exotic in relation to us? Is it just because they spoke another language? They are children of God, just as we are. Science today is still discovering new evidence that proves the existence of a "mother of all humanity." We all share a common gene pool, we are all descendants of Adam and Eve. Since the beginning of recorded history, religion has had a profound impact on the present society. Romans, Greeks, Hindus, .....

The Transcendental Movement Of 1830s
Number of words: 781 - Number of pages: 3

.... Transcendental beliefs focused on "the importance of spirit over matter."6 Ralph Waldo Emerson, a well known Transcendentalist, felt that "all men aspire to the highest, and most of them spend their lives seeking money and power only because they see nothing higher."7 Followers also believed in a spiritual hunger, or the need to find themselves one with the world. In addition, they believed in "an ascending hierarchy of spiritual values rising to absolute good, truth, and beauty."8 Transcendentalists also believed in a supreme being, the Oversoul, and f .....

Number of words: 332 - Number of pages: 2

.... There are a wide variety of positions in the Catholic church. You have the Pope and the Bishop and the Priest and many more. Many positions can be taken by parishners. You need only be a faithful Catholic in the church. For example, and alter boy or server can be a young person in the church. THeir job is to assist the priest throughout mass. The hold the prayer book and help prepare the table with the uecherist. You have eucheristic ministers whom help with the distribution of communion. The usually stand on each side of the Priest and hold the glas .....

Argument About The Exist Of God
Number of words: 303 - Number of pages: 2

.... has established these laws of reasoning then there would be no atheism. An Atheist wants to believe in laws of logic which are universal in application, but in order to escape the ultimate implications of this idea ( there is a God who imposes universal standards of reason.), the Atheist will try to maintain that the “laws of logic” are merely “ conventions” of general agreement amongst them. This is philosophically non- acceptable, if logic were simply a matter of convention, it would be impossible to have any kind of rational debate because either side could .....

Revealing The Mistakes Of Puritanism
Number of words: 1214 - Number of pages: 5

.... comes over him as he looks ahead to the “gloom” awaiting him. The forest is very dark and dreary and these words help create the eerie mood. These words create an insecure and unsure feeling in the reader's mind. The reader feels as if he stands right there on the outskirts of the forest along with Brown. That type of feeling scares even the bravest of men. Hawthorne also describes the events taking place in the forest as “devilish,” “horrid,” and “evil.” Evil completely surrounds Brown in the forest. It puts a thought in him which drives him crazy. Thes .....

Religion In Ancient India And Rgypt
Number of words: 1735 - Number of pages: 7

.... by his son Necho II, as pharaoh. Necho II made the first circumnavigation of Africa, and he attempted to link the Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea by a canal. Ahmose II was the last pharaoh of the 26th dynasty to rule Egypt. He had a long and prosperous reign between 570-526 BC. Six months after his death, Persia invaded and took over Egypt. The period around 560 BC in India was ruled by the Maghuda dynasty which was known to develop a caste system and yet have a laid back lifestyle. It was a strong dynasty ruled by Bimbisora (Shrenik) in Biher. Bimbisora was a g .....

Number of words: 410 - Number of pages: 2

.... established by the papacy in the Middle Ages, charged with seeking out, trying, and sentencing people guilty of heresy."2  Heretics were considered enemies of the state.  The penalty for heresy was torture and death.  The crucifixion of Jesus Christ, "Jesus was taken to Golgotha and nailed to a cross, the Roman punishment for political offenders and criminals."2  The Crusades, "The name Crusade (from Latin, "Cross") was also applied, to the wars against pagan peoples, Christian heretics, and political foes of the papacy."2  All three examples illustra .....

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