Essays and Research Papers on Specific People (Religion)

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An 11 page discussion of the social, economic, and cultural histories of these peoples in the U.S. To prosper in America one must Americanize to one extent or another. The Amish and the most devout of Orthodox Jews have chosen to resist this Americanization. Others, however, have not. This has led ...

This 10 page paper provides an overview of the history of the church as it respects the roles of women. The early church is examined in addition to the church during Mediaeval times and during the Victorian Era. The modern church and women's roles in society are discussed. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

A 6 page paper which examines Francis Assisi and discusses why he was so important to Catholic Europe. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 6 page paper which examines the saints of Medieval Europe and then examines their importance to the people in this particular time and place. Saint Perpetua and Saint Balthild are compared. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 9 page that discusses the two entitle Canons. The essay includes general comments on Canon Law, the specifics of the two named Canons, their differences, the differences between internal forum and external forum and also mentions the Eastern Church is having similar issues. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This 4 page paper discusses Niebuhr's discussion of the law of love as found in this chapter. The writer includes Niebuhr's comments about liberal and orthodox Christianity and the differences with prophetic Christianity. Bibliography lists 1 source.

A 5 page essay exploring the life and accomplishments of Ezra, a scribe and priest from the Old Testament. Credited with saving the Jews from disintegration, Ezra was a devout, prayerful man who journeyed from Babylonia to Jerusalem to establish and implement the law of Moses. Bibliography includes 6 references.

A 3 page paper that discusses Ezra as an excellent spiritual leader. The writer identifies the temperament that Ezra seems to have exhibited and the strengths of that temperament. Which Laws of Leadership Ezra employed are identified. The essay provides examples to demonstrate how Ezra was a spiritual leader. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 3 page paper. Hezekiah was 25 when he became king, following his father who was corrupt and who had left God. This essay identifies Hezekiah's temperament, which Laws of Leadership he used, and his leadership style. Each is supported with citations and Scripture. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A 5 page paper which examines how 21st century Asian-Indian churches (or temples) in North America can bridge the gap between older and younger generations by meeting the needs of the emerging generation. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Kachina Ceremonies

  • 5 page paper

A 5 page research paper that examines the kachina ceremonial cycle of the Hopi Indians of the American Southwest. These ceremonies revolved around the spirit beings known as the "kacinas," who are the most important element of the Hopi belief system. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

A 6 page paper that discusses Abraham as viewed by Christians, Jews and Muslims. This paper provides supporting evidence that any world conflict cannot be blamed on the division/separation of Abraham from his sons Isaac and Ishmael, and that Abraham was a "wise man" that kept the "word of God." Bibliography lists 6 sources.

An 8 page research essay that compares and contrasts the similarities and differences between these two great theologians of the Christian church. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 10 page paper considers the religious and philosophical arguments that have existed regarding the nature of evil and man's propensity for it in the natural world. This paper begins with a presentation of the Christian view of good and evil that stems from the Book of Genesis, and then relates this notion of ...

A 5 page research paper on two great figures of the Reformation and their religious views. The writer details theories of the sacraments and whether faith or works were primary to salvation. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Ulrich Zwingli

  • 7 page paper

A 7 page paper on Ulrich Zwingli and the Reformation of the catholic religion. The paper is basically a life and times work on Zwingli, but details his involvement in the Reformation and his thoughts and disputes with Martin Luther. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

A 5 page research paper that examines the stories of seven Holocaust survivors. There are people who have seen Hell. They've looked pure evil in the face, and the face that evil wore was ours. Everyday people, ordinary German citizens who had been drafted by their country's official government, set about the systemized extermination ...

This 10 page report discusses and compares the philosophies of Augustine and Aristotle as they specifically relate to human nature. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 3 page paper presenting a fictional and theoretical TV symposium on women, hosted by Barbara Walters; with guests: St. Augustine, Dante, Chaucer, Marie de France, Marguerite de Navarre and Cervantes. These famous people of the past interact and give their thoughts on women in a theoretical fashion.

In 7 pages, the author discusses St. Augustine's views on the source of evil and compares those views on evil and choice of freedom to those of Aristotle. St. Augustine and Aristotle had very definite ideas on the subjects of the source of evil, and the freedom of choice. St. Augustine felt that only ...

This 5 page paper provides an overview of the basic elements of C. S. Lewis’ story The Great Divorce, and reflects upon the influence of Augustine and the importance of the bus ride between hell and heaven as they reflect Lewis’ perspective on morality, godliness and religious application. This paper also defines some of ...

Philosophy Arguments

  • 5 page paper

A 5 page paper which discusses the Cosmological arguments of St. Thomas Aquinas, the ontological argument of St. Anselm, and the teleological argument of William Paley. Each philosopher’s arguments are discussed and them refuted with opposing arguments. Bibliography lists 4 additional sources.

A 5 page research paper that examines the variations in religious practice and religious tolerance that existed in the thirteen original American colonies. The writer demonstrates how religion affected those societies as to the position of women, and there is particular emphasis on variations as to religious tolerance. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

In 6 pages, the author discusses Saint Augustine's gradual rejection of Manicheism. Using 'Saint Augustine's Confessions' Books Five and Six, the logical argument against dualism, the scientific argument against determinism, the philosophical argument against materialism, and Saint Augustine's growing interest in Catholicism are presented. No other sources are cited.

The first eight books of Augustine’s Confessions relates his life before he finds the truth in God. After accepting God as the foundation for knowledge he begins to seek answers to the questions that seem eternal in themselves: what is time and what is truth? This 5 page paper interprets Augustine’s Confessions as meaning ...

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