Religion Essay Topics

Hebrew Wisdom on Diligence and Laziness

Part I 1) I chose the Islam worldview i)The Question of Origin– Islams believe that man came into being through a long process of evolution. They believe the evolutionary process which produced man in its form today took millions of years, and man evolved from lower forms of animal life. In their belief,it was only… View Article

Paul on Grace

The purpose for this paper is to provide historical background on Paul and grace. I will also provide how it is applied to modern times, how it has changed my life as well as my learning goals from this paper on Paul and grace. Paul embraced God’s grace after his conversion and call and informed… View Article

Rastafarianism Beliefs and Rituals

The incorporation in many modern societies of dread locks amongst youths, the ever increasing efforts to legalize marijuana; what started out as an entirely black oriented religion spread throughout the world, particularly in the 1970s because of the popularity of reggae music, and currently has around one million followers in Japan, New Zealand, and elsewhere… View Article

Religion and Practitioner Change Care

Will the expectation of care vary based on the faith base of the patient involved? How can the practitioner change care practice based on the faith of the patient? Give an example MacKinlay (2006) as cited by Barber (2012) suggest that religion is an organized system of beliefs, practices, and rituals designed to facilitate closeness… View Article

Religious Artifact Analysis

The artifact that we intend to examine is the hit song “King Without a Crown” by the reggae music artist, Matisyahu. This music artist interests us because he is a popular performer who we have listened to voluntarily, with the particular song “King Without a Crown” ranking in the top 40 songs in America at… View Article

Religion and Grand Zoroastrian Nation

It fills my heart with joy unspeakable to rise in response to the warm and cordial welcome which you have given us. I thank you in the name of the most ancient order of monks in the world; I thank you in the name of the mother of religions; and I thank you in the… View Article

Islamic Religion

Sayyid Qutb also known as (Father of Modern Islamic Extremism) is an academic and writer who is said to be one of the most significant thinkers in modern and contemporary Arab Islamic resurgence, born on the 8th of October 1960 and living his life until being executed by hanging on the 29th of August 1966…. View Article

Saint Juliana of Nicodemia

The saint I chose for Confirmation is Saint Juliana of Nicomedia. A saint is a person who lived a moral, compassionate, and holy life who can be a role model to Catholics. You are supposed to choose a saint for Confirmation because you need someone to look up to for support. During tough times, you… View Article

My Visit to a Jewish Synagogue

When I visited my first Jewish synagogue, I expected it to be very different. My previous experience with religious ceremonies was limited to a few visits to Baptist churches. The most surprising thing for me at this one was, oddly enough, its similarity to Christian services and rituals. I went into the religious visit expecting… View Article

Moliere’s Portrayal of Religion and Religiosity

Moliere’s Tartuffe is about a man named Tartuffe who is a beggar and holy man that was recently taken in by a Christian man named, Orgon. Tartuffe has Orgon fooled, but the entire rest of Orgon’s family sees Tartuffe as a hypocritical, self-righteous con artist. Orgon becomes obsessed with Tartuffe and would rather talk and… View Article

The Explaintion of 3 Orientations of Religion

First I will begin discussion of the explaination of sacramental orientation. When you think of sacramental, you most likely think of a sacrafice or some kind of rituals. Sacramental orientation practices rituals or ceremonies. Most of all religions practice some kind of sacramentation. Whether it be the catholic cross, the rites of passage in Hinduism,… View Article

The Moral Majority

A once popular bumper sticker read, “The Moral Majority is Neither.” The fact that there was a bumper sticker criticizing the Moral Majority, measures how large of an impact they once had in politics in America. Led by Reverend Jerry Falwall, the Moral Majority was an ultra-conservative group that aimed to incorporate politics with strong… View Article

Faith Diversity

The practice of health care providers at all levels brings you into contact with people of a variety of faiths. This calls for acceptance of a diversity of faith expressions. Research three diverse faiths. Choose faiths that are less well-known than mainstream faiths or are less known to you, such as Sikh, Bahai, Buddhism, Shintoism,… View Article

The World That We Live in

Not long ago the law of the jungle prevailed “kill or be killed”. Barbarism was at its heinous best. Darwin’s theory of “survival of the fittest” was apt for those times. The smaller animals were at the mercy of the bigger ones and the latter were at the mercy of the biggest and so on…. View Article