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    within the Roman Catholic Church; therefore, sparked a revolution in Catholic Europe. Martin Luther and his followers set out to distinguish the religious beliefs and practice between the Protestant denominations and the Roman Catholicism. As a result the Roman Catholicism disintegrated while Protestantism rose up. This type of upheaval contributed to later revolutions to, such as the American Revolution and the French Revolution, which fought for Democracy. At age twenty- two Martin Luther…

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    conflict of religions, with everything from the mythology to folklore to Catholicism taking root deep in Chicano heritage. Rudolfo Anaya sees these religions not as three separate entities, but rather, as three religions that could be combined into one, seeking truth in the heart of man rather than the philosophy of scholars and theologians. In Bless Me, Ultima, Anaya presents aspects of mythology, folklore, and Catholicism in order to form a syncretic religion in Ultima which influences…

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    St. Augustine, like most Christians who eventually come to the faith, persevered through a number of trails. These trials helped shape and develop his soon to be discovered faith along with his character. Similar to most Atheist, the idea of Catholicism was hard for him wrap his head around, due to them taking everything as literal as stated in the Scriptures. Fortunately, St. Augustine’s Confessions, an autobiography by St. Augustine himself, gives the readers a backstory into his coming to the…

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    impact our perception and the way we worship. Catholicism and Protestantism are two very known religions within the world today. There are significant differences between the two religions, from their views on salvation, to their views on traditions, to even the teaching authority of the Roman Catholic Church which is referred to as the Magisterium. Even with these differences between the two faiths there are followers all over the world. Catholicism is followed by approximately 1.2 billion…

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    World’s Religions class permits the students to enhance their knowledge in terms of others people’s religions, in what others believe in and all the things they experience in their daily life, their customs and how we can all make connections to Catholicism. As a society, we all have the duty to accept each other, such as respecting each other's religions, in order to have a better quality of life. All Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism and Islam celebrate their truth in their own way and we should all…

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    The documentary, The Other Conquest is based on a year later after Hernan Cortes’s invasion. The opening scene shows a native Aztec, Topiltzin as the last survivor of the massacre at the temple. As he searches among the dead bodies for a sigh of life he discovers his mother dead. Seeing all that’s left behind which isn’t much, he than realizes the importance of his existence. He felt as if he was assigned to keep his culture alive. To do so, he draws in his codex all that has occurred. Topiltzin…

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    Puritanism Vs Anglicanism

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    and how they have come into existence. Although the bases of these two religious views are the same, they differ in many beliefs. They are both renditions of Catholicism and Protestantism; Anglicanism is a spin-off of Protestant Catholicism, and Puritanism is a spin-off of Anglicanism. Both are belief systems that are branches of Catholicism, which is a branch of Christianity. To sum it all up, when people don’t agree with certain rules/beliefs of a religion, they get rid of those rules, add…

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    focused on Catholicism under the Nazi party’s rule. By signing this concordat, the holy symbols of the Catholic Church, and the Godliness that abounded from these symbols, were replaced with symbols of the Reich. Despite the fact that the concordat ensured the freedom of belief and public worship to the Catholic faith; the continued state support of Catholic schools and the exclusion of members of the faith from the war, the concordat did not abide by all of the ten commandments of Catholicism.…

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    The Rise Of Calvinism

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    madness. She will come up with a plan to end the idea of Calvinism over Catholicism. "Oh, I know" she exclaimed. I'll lure them to the palace gates, and kill them once and for all. How do I bring them there? She thought. Ah! I'll plan a wedding that will combine…

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    When people think of the most explicit acts of human cruelty in history, many people’s first thoughts jump to the holocaust, Aztec sacrifices, or the European conquest of the Americas. However, an event that doesn’t get enough consideration in this gruesome contest is the Spanish Inquisition. Hundreds of thousands of Protestants, atheists, and other non-believers were brutally tortured and killed, while millions more were persecuted. This horrific event was the result of the Catholic Church’s…

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