Samples "Religion"

Religion

Aside from being the oldest and most elaborate religion throughout the progression of human civilization, Hinduism’s tenets ascribe a way of living with principles of righteousness and service. The religious term revolves around 4 core principles of dharma (duties), karma (desires), Moksha (freedom) & Artha (prosperity).  Dharma is considered to be...

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Hinduism, though often viewed in the Western culture as a religion or philosophy, is, in fact, a complex of beliefs and practices that lead a person to self-understanding and their unification with the divine. Hinduism is based on strict social hierarchical relationship and unique cultural and ethical concepts. Hinduism relies...

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The story of Ram and Sita, which is narrated in the Hindu epic, is familiar to Hindus and the audience of the film, Slumdog Millionaire. On the basis of this story, Ernie Rea of BBC Radio 4 and guests discuss about the place of women in Hinduism (Women in Hinduism,...

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Paramount to understanding the architecture of The Badshahi Mosque or the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, one need consider the basic structure in which all mosques are developed. It remains true that any one particular mosque is a direct reflection of the time period in which they were erected; however, there...

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Genetic engineering has been used in most areas that have high populations in order to try and produce more food. Both the industries and the government turn to genetic engineering for food. In India where Hinduism is common, studies that range from genetic studies of human beings to the medical...

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From my research studies, it came to my full understanding that Hinduism is the third largest and oldest religion that can be traced back to the year 5000 B.C (Wallace, 2006). Despite the complexity and evolution of the religion with over 1 billion followers from different parts of the world,...

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St. Augustine is one of the most prominent Christian writers and philosophers of all times. His works, written in a transitional period between the early Christianity and the Christian thought of the Middle Ages, create, so to say, a bridge between these two eras, combining the knowledge of the past...

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IntroductionIn a very real sense, and by virtue of the Apostle Paul's instructing the Romans through letters, the Book of Romans serves as something of an introduction to the faith itself. In particular, Chapters One through Eight are direct expressions of the meaning of the Gospel, which are necessary to...

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Cultures are an integral part of every society since they indicate how people function, perceive their environments, and apply their creativity to express themselves. Although it sounds simplistic, cultures are complex organisms that influence belief, knowledge, art, morals, customs, and laws that influence habits and capabilities acquired by specific members...

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