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Papers On Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics
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Islam In Africa
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In any study of religious history it is difficult to find an unbiased and strictly historical perspective. This is true for study of Islam's role in the history of Africa. The influence of the colonial rule slanted the view of history in one direction while the fundamentalism of the Islamic culture adds another perspective. The history of Arab expansion has been recorded similarly with the lone exception of religious explanations for expansionist policies. This 10 page paper examines the history of the spread of Islam in Africa. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KTislafr.wps

Comparisons of Plato and C.S. Lewis' Screwtape
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A 6 page paper comparing the two works. C. S. Lewis is known for his Christian writing, both overt and more veiled forms. The Screwtape Letters most assuredly are the finest example of Lewis' overt Christian work in that Screwtape, demon supreme, writes letters of instruction to his nephew Wormwood, who is on assignment to gain a particular soul for satan's collection. Plato of course is pre-Christian, but he does give credence to the ancient Greek gods. While he grants gods at least part of their due, he is certain that responsibility for goodness and moral behavior is attributable to the worth of the individual, is determined by the individual without outside influence. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KSlewis.doc

Swihart & Richardson/Counseling in Times of Crisis
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A 12 page analysis of the book Counseling in Times of Crisis by Judson Swihart and Gerald Richardson. This text offers a comprehensive and informative guide for Christian counseling. Their obvious purpose in compiling this guide was to facilitate and encourage the process of pastoral care regarding the emotional and psychological needs of congregations. To accomplish this goal, the authors touched on every conceivable area of crisis that Christians may encounter; and, in so doing, they demonstrate the power and capabilities of pastoral counseling services. No additional sources cited.
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Christianity, Judaism, Islam And Zen Buddhism: Comparison
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5 pages in length. The writer compares Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Zen Buddhism. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCzen.doc

“The Manual of Zen Buddhism” by D. T. Suzuki”
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This 4 page report discusses the anthology compiled by the late Zen scholar Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki (1869-1966). Much of what Suzuki has to say reflects the fact that, in Buddhism, there are degrees of enlightenment and the enlightened one can move from realm to realm and world to world yet is at home in each. Progress in the practice of Zen is a transformation in the manner in which one sees the world. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Buddhism - Pratityasamutpada & Zen Koans
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A 5 page research essay on the similar use of koans between the pratityasamutpada (ancient) and Zen forms of Buddhism. The writer provides a background for the similarity between the two forms of Buddhism, and discusses examples of the koans and the reasons behind them—the Middle Way. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Zenprat.rtf

Spread of Buddhism From India to China, Korea & Japan
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An 8 page paper which examines the expansion of Buddhism from India to China, Korea and Japan. Specifically explored is the transition from Theravada Buddhism to Mahayana Buddhism. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Buddspre.wps

Zen Buddhism
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This 5 page report discusses some of the most fundamental concepts oz Zen Buddhism. The practice of Zen Buddhism is different among the Chinese, Japanese and Americans. Although the word “Zen” is Japanese and though Japan is now its home, Zen Buddhism is the creation of T'ang dynasty China. In Buddhism, there are degrees of enlightenment and the enlightened one can move from realm to realm and world to world yet is at home in each. Progress in the practice of Zen is a transformation in the manner in which one sees the world. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWzen.wps


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