Religion Essay Topics

Sufism as an Art not Religion

What is Sufism? Most people misinterpreted Sufism as a practice exclusively for Islam. Sufism is neither a religion nor a sect nor a cult nor is it only from the East. Sufism encourages desire for inner transformation and personal experience of the divine. It motivates application of self discipline and right knowledge that will lead… View Article

Catholic Church In Ireland

The role of Catholic Church in the development of the education system in the nineteenth century Ireland.             The Catholic Church in Ireland was known as Romans Catholic Churches. The church was headed by a pope. In Ireland the Catholic Church was organised in dioceses and parishes, which was headed by the archbishops, bishops and… View Article

How did religion influence the fabric of colonial life?

Increased autonomy in the hospital interns of the budget. These include decisions like what and how much to spend on staffing and drug purchases. Performance should be used in rewarding management team. This will encourage the team to make more sound judgments and implement better policies. Increased budget for drugs and any other medical supplies…. View Article

Eastern Religions Analysis

Modern western medicine is based on knowledge and technological innovations appeared in 19th and 20th centuries. In contrast to eastern traditions, modern western medicine rejects the role of mind and soul in treatment trying to explain everything form Rationalist point of view. Recent years, eastern religious traditions penetrate into modern medicine brining new understanding of… View Article

Eastern Religion Hinduism

Hinduism:             Hinduism has no single prophet nor one god to worship; rather they have many metaphors for the gods. Hinduism has no beginning, founder, no central authority, and no organization. Hindus believe in one supreme being who has unlimited forms. Some of the central beliefs of the Hindus is the idea of reincarnation, in… View Article

Eastern Religions

As far as the studies of Eastern religions show, the founders and saints of the religions exemplify the central virtues of the community. There is no wonder that this feature characterizes the religions because there is always a thirst for perfection in every community and in every nation. In Indian culture, the main figures are… View Article

Eastern religion

Transcendentalism denotes an abstract thought composed of several layers of meaning. The Oxford Companion to Philosophy states, “Transcendentalism is belief in the existence of things that transcend sense-experience, or more reflectively, belief in the possibility of transcendent metaphysics” (pp-878).  In the religious sense, it can be defined as the quest for reality through spiritual intuition… View Article

Enlightenment and Religion

Enlightenment has been fundamentally a humanistic movement, which proposed a new approach to basic matters of religion, faith and church. This paper aims to investigate some of the Enlightenment teachings about religion. I will use “An Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment?” by Emmanuel Kant and “A Letter concerning Toleration” by John Locke to… View Article

Religion And Confession

a. Define your topic in a relatively brief paragraph. The topic I chose is Confession. Confession is a basic part of living a spiritual life. For some cultures and organized religion, confession is a physical act of going to the priest, telling the priest your sins and asking sincerest repentance. One cannot partake of the… View Article

Jung: Psychology and Religion

Jung is accurate in his assessment that religion, to many, is a very personal thing. Despite the fact religious organization comprise of many millions of people, a religious experience in not exclusively a collective experience. To most people, religion remains a personal experience that is encoded and decoded in the psyche as well as the… View Article

Importance of Religious Freedom

“Religious freedom is the notion that people of religion can freely partake in the practices of their religion without opposition”. To me religious freedom is being able to have our opinions and speak our mind about our beliefs. Religion in general means a clear set of beliefs about a life that surpasses our current human… View Article

Master and Margarita-Religion Theme

Religion is an ever-present theme in the novel Master and Margarita. Many of the characters neither believe in heaven nor hell, and they also refute the existence of God or the Devil (Satan). Throughout the novel, religion is used for characters to make sense of their realities. When Woland, the Devil himself, confronts some of… View Article

How Religion is Detrimental to Human Enlightenment

Religion has bequeathed us with numerous powers to live, breathe in peace, and capture our soul to realize the truth of ourselves and divine. The whole concept of religion lies in the fact that it binds us with our imperceptible creator and enables us to visualize our self and our esteem perquisite hidden power. But… View Article

The Nuer Cognition

The Nuer people are among the largest ethnic groups in the northeastern part of Africa.  They are a pastoral herding people living in southern Sudan and the western part of Ethiopia. This region is a part of Africa where Islam, and to an extent the Arab word, comes into contact – and often conflict –… View Article