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Papers On Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics
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The Occult Movement in Texas
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A 9-page essay that explores the occult movement in the state of Texas. The spiritual beliefs of the pagans, a sect with roots in the occult and covens scattered across the Lone Star State, are discussed. Cases of violence connected with occult activity in Texas over the last decade are examined, as well as the overall panic resulting from these cases. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: LCOccult.doc

The Power of Religious Redemption in William Shakespeare’s 'King Lear'
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A 5 page paper which focuses on the nature of evil in William Shakespeare’s play, 'King Lear,' and Shakespeare’s attempts to analyzed its origin, whether human or divine, in a primarily pagan Elizabethan England. There is an attempt to provide student understanding, through character analysis, to the question: Does Shakespeare provide any evidence that qualities of Christian mercy promises salvation from sin? Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGrelear.rtf

French Jewry in the Eighteenth Century
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This 5 page paper focuses on the Jewish population in France under Napoleon. A look at these religious communities as they existed in the eighteenth century helps to explain conditions before and after the French Revolution. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Frenjew.wps

The Law of God
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A 5 page paper which examines the Law of God, as presented in Exodus, and demonstrates how this law is felt and implemented by the Gospel Matthew and Micah. In Micah, which is in the Old Testament, we are given a picture of some of the troubled times that existed prior to the birth of Jesus. People were very prone to acts of evil that disobeyed God’s Law as it was presented to Moses. with the Gospel of Matthew we have the existence of Jesus who was sent to grace us and give us the Holy Spirit, while still maintaining the Law of God. A list of the Ten Commandments presented to Moses in Exodus is also included for reference in regards to the evils that were occurring. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: RAlaw.wps

A Christian View of Euthanasia
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This 6 page report discusses euthanasia a Christian viewpoint and determines that, as a Christian, euthanasia should not be considered an option. For Christians and non-Christians alike, euthanasia is a complex issue. For those who embrace the Christian belief system, only God has the authority to determine when a human being will live or die. Answers to such fundamental questions as the meaning and purpose of life cannot be found in the legal system. There are questions that humanity must acknowledge go beyond the courts, beyond human desires, and most certainly, beyond issues of medical costs or convenience. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BWeuth.doc

Anglican Episcopacy / Should It Change?
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A 5 page examination of the function of the Episcopacy of the Anglican Church. Addresses the question of whether or not the Episcopacy is in need of a change. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Episcopa.wps

Ordination of Women
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An 11 page research paper exploring the various arguments for and against the ordination of women. The writer reviews the issue in terms of canonical, political and spiritual arguments, and explores these arguments on historical, present and future terms. The writer focuses on various opinions including feminist, orthodox Roman Catholic, Episcopal, and others. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Womnord.rtf

The Episcopacy / Is It Necessary?
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A 5 page research paper which examines this intriguing questions. The writer demonstrates how the episcopacy is generally regarded as an intrinsic part of the church, and thus, will remain so, but that many Catholics, including some bishops, believe that episcopal reform is necessary for the continued welfare of the church. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Epinecc.doc


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