Religion Essay Topics

Peru Research Paper

Madison Spence 17 February 2013 Spanish 2312 Professor Elsa Coronado-Salinas Santa Rosa de Lima The country of Peru is home to many holidays and festivals each year. From the New Year’s Day celebration to the Christmas day celebration, Peru has set aside an abundance of days to observe the country’s many historic events. A very… View Article

Effective Religious Practices

Throughout our history, leaders of various religious sects have used a number of methods, materials, and programs to initiate their followers into a certain ideology or belief system. This has proved to be both useful and destructive over the course of time. We have seen many horrifying events take place in the name of certain… View Article

Purpose and Meaning of Education

Poverty is my pride, struggle is my way of life, education is my weapon and love of Allah is my strength. (Hazrat Mohammad PBUH). Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching,… View Article

Should sports be a religion?

If someone came up to me in the middle of a street and said should spots be a religion. My first instinct would be no. but is it? We should look at the fact that so many people fellow it and physically do it, that maybe it could be a religion. It has the structure… View Article

Should we lie?

What is the conversation? In the class we did talk a lot about that. Some said very simply, “it’s talking”; some other used dictionary and said “it’s the exchange of information.” They are all right but my definition for the term “conversation” is that it’s basically the one of the connections between human beings, which… View Article

Technology and Its Influences on Humanity

As technology becomes a bigger part of our every day life, more people are questioning it’s influences on our humanity. There are many factors to consider when looking at this question, beginning with, “who is affecting whom?” Are we changing our technology to fit our ideas on humanity, or is our humanity changing the way… View Article

Native American Vision Quest

Vision Quest: A vision quest is a rite of passage in Native American cultures and more specifically the Oji-Cree. It was undertaken by a person when they reached puberty. The vision quest comprised of going to the wild for about ten days to fast. This took place either at the top of a hill or… View Article

My Personal Faith

My personal faith and beliefs contribute to every aspect of my life. I come from a Christian family and a congregation of baptized believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. My parents have always given me unconditional love and dedication, while teaching me healthy boundaries pertaining to life. Such as always putting the Lord first, being… View Article

Prayer in Counseling

In Eriksen and Weld’s journal article, the writers contend that spirituality and prayer is being utilized more and more by mental health practitioners and counselors. The concept of prayer within the counseling session is something that was considered for a long time but the actual use of spirituality practices is more frequently being used today…. View Article

The History of Religion in the US

When you think of religion in the United States and how it started you may think of the first settlers. These were not the first being to worship a higher power in the United States. The Indians believed in and worshiped The Great Spirit. Despite the many tribes like the Sioux and Iroquois they all… View Article

Theory Critique: Anderson the Bondage Breaker

The Bondage Breaker written by Neil T. Anderson is about reaching spiritual freedom by overcoming negative thoughts, irrational feelings, and habitual sins. Each section allows the reader to start their journey towards freedom through the sins that are covering their lives. Many people have faulty perceptions of bondage and what keeps Christians in that bondage…. View Article

Effects of Eastern Religions

Eastern religions and their unique belief systems are transforming many social and religious thoughts into an assortment of means for acquiring and developing innovative and contemporary spiritual growth. One of the more influential shifts in mixing religious traditions into western religious cultures may well be considered ritualistic applications, acceptance, and practicing of meditation. Freely borrowing… View Article

Aliens and Faith

There are many religions throughout our world. Some are even based on the actual worship of what these believers call, Aliens from outer space. The majority of religions though do not believe in intelligent life outside of human beings on planet Earth. Christianity is a main religion practiced worldwide; part of its belief for most… View Article

Conflict Between Science and Religion

Conflict is a state of open, often prolonged fighting. Over the ages, conflict between science and religion has developed. Science and religion are commonly perceived as a mutually exclusive contradiction. Both methods and aims of science and religion seem to be different. While science is concerned with materials, religion is linked to spirituality. Science and… View Article

Religious Discrimination

Religious discrimination under Title VII as defined by the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) involves treating a person unfavorably because of his or her religious beliefs. The law protects not only people who belong to traditional, organized religions but also others who have sincerely held religious, ethical or moral beliefs. The law forbids… View Article