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Papers On Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics
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Feminist Theology
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A 12 page research paper/essay that contrasts and compares Lisa Isherwood and Dorothea McEwan's Introducing Feminist Theology (2001) and Mary Kassian's The Feminist Gospel (1992). The writer argues that these texts offer two very different views of feminist theology. Kassian refers to this difference in her introduction when she states that "Biblical feminist believe that the Bible is properly interpreted as supporting the central tenets of feminist philosophy" (1992, p. 7). However, unlike "liberal religious feminists," Kassian maintains that "Biblical feminists" reject any "radical revision of the Scripture and the alteration of core Christian doctrine such as salvation and redemption" (1992, p. 7). This, in a nutshell, sums up the major philosophical difference between these two texts. As Isherwood and McEwan are two of the "liberal" religious feminists that Kassian dismisses out of hand. Examination of these texts and authors shows that, while they are in agreement that women are equal with men in the sight of God, they disagree about practically everything else. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khfemgod.rtf

FIDES ET RATIO
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A 9 page paper. The Supreme Pontiff said that all people are natural philosophers because they ask "Who am I?' "What is the meaning of life?" and other questions of this nature. This essay discusses how the Pope discusses these questions in the Introduction and first three chapters of his Encyclical. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGfides.RTF

Fides et Ratio - Philosophy
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A 10 page paper that begins with some of the many statements made in this Encyclical about philosophy. The focus of this essay is on the relationship between philosophy and the Church. Numerous examples are included from the text to illustrate how the Pope related the importance of the interrelationship of philosophy to theology to doctrine. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PGfides2.RTF

Finding Jesus at the United Church of Canada
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A 6 page research paper/essay that discusses the question: How can Christians receive the voice of Jesus speaking to them through worship in the United Church of Canada? The answers to this probing question derive from both traditional and contemporary sources. The following examination of those sources, first of all, will examine traditional sources, that is, the official statements of faith that provide the foundation of the Church. Then, the focus of the examination will turn to the various ways in which the United Church of Canada (UCC) is reaching out and endeavoring to find new ways that will stimulate thought and lead people to Christ. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: khucc.rtf

Finding the Faith in a Lost World - The Reaffirmation of Sebastian and Julia in Brideshead Revisited
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A 5-page paper that discusses the discovery and development of the power of faith in the Catholic religion as represented by the characters of Sebastian and Julia Flyte in Evelyn Waugh's 1945 novel Brideshead Revisited. Also examined is the change in literary motif and character development exhibited by Waugh in this novel as compared to the author's previous works. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: LCBrides.doc

First & Second Thessalonians
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A 3 page essay/research paper that discusses the similarities between First and Second Thessalonians and how this pertains to the authenticity of the second letter. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
Filename: khthess.rtf

First Century Religious Beliefs
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This 9 page paper begins with the question: Were early Christian beliefs radical and revolutionary? To answer the question, the writer compares the beliefs of four groups in the First Century: Romans, Greeks, Jews and Christians. The topics discussed include the concept of God, the roles of women, slavery miracles, worship and the afterlife. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PG1stcen.rtf

FIS (Islamic Salvation Front) In Algeria: Political Or Terrorist Organization?
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3 pages in length. Arguing how the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) is a political organization supported by Algeria's voting constituency, Remli contends that FIS cannot be classified as a terrorist group. FIS received votes from the vast majority (84%) of Algerians during both the 1990 and 1991, clearly illustrating how its acceptance by the people precludes the likelihood that FIS is a terrorist organization. Instead, Remli argues, the political nature of FIS is meant to "solve the crisis" that currently exists; with the likes of doctors and engineers comprising FIS, he contends that people from all walks of life have banded together as a means by which to fix this political problem. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLC_FIS.rtf


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