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Papers On Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics
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Newdow v. U.S. Congress: A Review of the Constitutionality of the Use of the Phrase “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance
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An 8 page analysis of this case and others which illustrate the evolution in the way we view our government’s association with religion. The author specifically reviews the adherence to the so-called Exception clause of the Constitution, a clause tested through three separate theories: the Lemon test, O'Connor's endorsement test, and Rosenberger's neutrality theory. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: PPpledge.rtf

Newman and Rousseau: Victorian and Romantic Ideas of Religion
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This 3 page paper discusses the Romantic and Victorian views of religion using quotes from John Henry Newman and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Nicaean Creed & Trinitarian Doctrine
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A 15 page research paper that examines documents associated with the early Christian Church, such as "The Nicene Creed," as well as the writing of Tertullian on the nature of the Trinity, and other documents as well demonstrate how early Christian theologians approached comprehending the enormity of the life and sacrifice of Jesus Christ within the context provided by Judaic monotheism. These documents indicate the centrality and importance of Trinitarian theology in the third and fourth centuries, as well as the continuous debate that followed evolution of the doctrine of the Triune God. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: khnictri.rtf

Nihilism in the Arguments and Theories of Friedrich Nietzsche
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This is an 11 page paper discussing Nietzsche and the concept of nihilism within his work. German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) is probably best known for his works on nihilism; the belief that all values, truths and morals which have been constructed by man are baseless including those within the Bible. Nietzsche did not originally begin his work in the area in nihilism but throughout his own study and questioning of the theories of truth found in theology, the classics and philosophy which had always been readily accepted for centuries, he concluded that the eventual course of man would be that of nihilism. As man demands more answers through the field of science, many of the traditional theories and religious beliefs will be stripped away. At the same time, humans will begin to realize that they cannot meet the ideals of the invented truth and will not be able to transcend into that “higher world”. Despair follows and man must return to nature and a time of humanity where the invented concepts of “good” versus “evil” are no longer relevant. Beliefs are then based on the singular concepts of each person living each day. However, these ideas are contrary to societal beliefs and the basic structure of society and therefore society as we know it will be destroyed. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Niklos Kazantzakis/Report to Greco
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A 3 page essay that summarizes and analyzes the main points from this text. Report to Greco (1965) by Niklos Kazantzakis is the partially autobiographical account of this famous Greek author's lifetime search for an understanding of God. Throughout this work, this theme connects various sections and underlies the author's purpose, which is describe his "ascent" toward enlightenment, which--while being far from orthodox--is both spiritual and metaphysical in its orientation. No other sources cited.
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Ninian Smart’s Seven Dimensional Model of Religion
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This 6 page report discusses the work of the religious educator and writer, Ninian Smart. Smart utilized a seven-dimensional framework to analyze the world’s religions in terms of ethics, ritual, narrative or myth, experience, institutions, doctrine, and art. Through and with each of those classifications or facets of religious belief, he was able to more clearly articulate the similarities of faith that exist among event the most widely divergent populations. A possible weakness in the model is also briefly considered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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NIV: Harmony of the Gospels
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A 3 page paper which discusses the NIV: Harmony of the Gospels by Stanley N. Gundry. No additional sources cited.
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No Place for Religious Prayer in Public Schools
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This 6 page report discusses the issue of school prayer in America and makes the argument that there is no place for school prayer in a public school. From the time an American child is in the first or second grade he/she has learned that “America is a melting pot of people.” This means different religions and beliefs as well as ethnicity. Apart from the creative connotations children have made from that phrase, they are indoctrinated with the idea that one of the things that makes the United States both more unique and stronger than other countries is the fact that so many different people of so many different backgrounds have contributed to the ways in which America has evolved. Those different viewpoints have ostensibly led to a collective attitude of tolerance and respect. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BWprayer.doc


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