Reli448 Full Course [ All Quiz All Assignment Paper All Discussions but No Final ]

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RELI448 full course [ all quiz all assignment paper all discussions but no final ]
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Religious Experience (graded)
Have you ever had an experience that you could properly describe as religious? I have in mind not only dramatic experiences like visions and conversions, but also more commonplace, socially-embedded experiences such as receiving communion, becoming bar mitzvah, serving as a godparent for a young relative, or even simply attending religious services. Think about that experience and ask yourself: Did it put you in touch with the infinite? How would you describe the experience? Was it transcendent? Monotheistic? Elaborate.




The Origins of Religion
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Do you think this kind of ethic is reasonable for all people or only a minority? Argue the case for or against such strict principles.




The Four Noble Truths (graded)
The most important of the Four Noble Truths is the fourth, the Noble Eightfold Path. Did anything in particular strike you about these "paths” (e.g., the idea of "right thoughts," that we should always try to act with pure motives)? Do you see any similarities between the Noble Eightfold Path and Christianity? Did Jesus say anything similar to Buddha in this regard? Elaborate.



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Two Parables: The Prodigal Son (graded)
Read the Buddhist and Christian versions of the prodigal son story:http://www.comparativereligion.com/prodigal.html
What do you see as the main difference between these two stories? You can start by simply taking one element of the parable and discussing how this element differs in the two parables. For example, how is the role of the father different in the Buddhist and Christian versions of the story? Elaborate.



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Confucius Says… (graded)
Confucius was once asked if there was one rule that could serve as the guide to one's whole life. He replied: "What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others." How does this rule compare with Jesus' teaching on the Golden Rule? Look at these Biblical verses to see if you can tell the…

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