Religion Essay Topics

Bible Dictionary Project Template

Old Testament Bible Dictionary Project: Genesis is the book of beginnings. It tells the story of the beginning of the human race, in general and the beginning of the Hebrew race. The Hebrew Bible titles the book bereshith (“in the beginning”) The Author: Moses, and the Recipients: Israelites, Date: 1445 BC. (“In the beginning God… View Article

Nationalism With A Purpose

The First and the Second World War changed the outlook of the world. Empires ceased to exist. A new concept of nations came into being. Colonies of European countries started to get their independence from foreign rule in quick succession.. Boundaries and territories became essential in deciding where a nation started and ended. Nations have… View Article

Religious Tradition Depth Study – Christianity

Significant People and Ideas 1. The contribution to Christianity of ONE significant person OR school of thought, other than Jesus, drawn from: Martin Luther Explain the contribution to the development and expression of Christianity of ONE significant person OR school of thought, other than Jesus, drawn from: Martin Luther Faith alone, grace alone and scripture… View Article

“A Flowering of faith: Christianity and Buddhism”

There are many similarities in the teachings of Jesus and Buddha. Most are discussed specifically in their sermons. With Christianity the sermon was called “Sermon on the Mount”. Jesus went up a mountainside and spoke to his disciples and the crowds of people. It stated the right ways for us to approach God and to… View Article

Rubaiyat vs Koran

Spiritual literature is at the core of many faiths and has a profound affect on people. Through the use of metaphors, symbolism, and repetition, the messages are conveyed to the readers. The reader then forms their personal beliefs based on their understanding of the literature which influences their actions. The Rubaiyat and the Koran are… View Article

Reasons of The Unjustified Crusades

During the middle ages, there have been multiple crusades that happened all over the Middle East. The Crusades were missions led by nobles. All of these crusades were meant to liberate and conquer Jerusalem or also called “The Holy City”. The first crusade out of the four main crusades came out as a success. The… View Article

Speech on Honesty

On behalf of Al-Manhal Model Qawmi Madrasa, I have great pleasure to welcome all of you here. Today I will deliver my speech about honesty. Honesty implies telling the truth in all cases and under all conditions. Allah said in his Quran, that means, ““Oh ye who believe! Eat not up each other’s property by… View Article

The Resurrection of Christ: Theological Implications

Critique In Daniel B. Wallace’s article “The Resurrection of Christ: Theological Implications,” key points regarding the significance of the resurrection of Jesus are discussed and reviewed through the lens of Christology. Christology can be defined as the academic study of the person and work of Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians avow is the Son of… View Article

The Image of God

The image of God which in Latin is referred to as Imago Dei, is the real image, concept and theological doctrine in Christianity, Judaism and also Sufi Islam, which asserts that human beings are created in God’s image and therefore inherent value independent of their utility or function. Some posit that the imago dei describes… View Article

The Rise of Christianity in the Roman Empire

The story of Christianity’s rise to prominence is a remarkable one but also blurry one. As far as historical fact about the beginnings of Christianity that is. Many scholars point to the time around 4 BC as the most likely period for Christ’s birth, but that is also uncertain. Likewise the year of his death… View Article

Comparing and contrasting the presentation

 Comparing and contrasting power in Hawk Roosting and Human Interest The effects of power seem to be largely psychological in both poems. In Human interest the damage coursed by love and jealousy drives the man to kill his lover , to show power not only to himself but to his girlfriend. Later on in the… View Article

James Fowler’s “Stages of Faith”

In response to James Fowler’s “Stages of Faith”, I have to agree with a majority of these stages. With assumption that there are no social, physical or mental deficiencies, his stages are appropriate with life development. As I read his stages of life, I found myself giving him credit for a “rule of thumb” or… View Article

Explain religious teaching about what it means to be a human

– Human has a embodied spirit who thinks, act, speaks and desires. Religious teachings say that humans are created in the image of god. They are different from animals because humans have the ability to love, be moral and have free will. Humans life is a gift from god. We must value life. God created… View Article

My Heritage

My heritage is something that I am immensely proud of. The origins of my heritage began along the Andean region of South America. The depth of my culture is represented through Ecuador’s musical and gastronomical roots. My family strictly follows a strong religious background which has influenced my life greatly. Besides cultural gastronomy and religion,… View Article

The Cuban Swimmer and Religion

Margarita Suárez, a 19-year-old swimmer, is competitively swimming in a race from San Pedro to San Catalina while her family guides her way from a boat. With the support and on-going praise of her loved ones and her passion for the sport, Margarita Suárez vigorously pushes herself through the cold Pacific Ocean not only to… View Article