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    1.) If I were working with a high school student who asked me if I had every smoked marijuana, I would probably tell him that we are not meeting to discuss me. However, I would be open to sharing that I was once his age and I know that the peer pressure that students experience in high school can be difficult to deal with. I am not too sure that I would ever feel comfortable sharing my personal information, because clients are not coming to hear about what I am dealing with, they are coming to have me help them process what is going on in their life. If I am asked questions, I would politely respond by telling them that we are here to talk about them, not me. It would also depend on the organization that I am working at as to what I would or would not share with my clients. For example, the pregnancy center that I interned at this summer is a Christian based organization who receives funding through local churches. Part of our job when women would come in, would be to share some of the gospel with them. By doing so, I am clearly sharing my beliefs as a Christian. In order to be hired at the pregnancy center I had to sign a paper regarding my beliefs as a Christian. In situations like this, it is easier to share little bits of information about myself with clients than what it would be at an organization who was not affiliated with religion. 2.) If a client told me that my name was going to be placed on their will, I am not sure if I would know how to respond. One way that I…

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    I went back to the text but the dialogue had died down and no new themes or ideas were coming to me. At this point I did what Nancy Gross suggests and listed out my possible guesses for the meaning of this text. • it is a literal view of what it will be like before Jesus second coming of judgement. • It is about the hope of the coming of Christ • It is about the action needed before Christ coming again • It has something to do with eschatological theology and the idea of Christ coming to us…

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    Introduction Throughout the book of 1 Thessalonians, the author is writing a letter to the church in Thessalonica. In this letter the author is speaking about several significant parts of faith and Christianity that the thessalonians are lacking in or do not understand. In this particular passage, the author is speaking about Jesus’ return, how that affects the lives and souls of those who have passed away as well as the return of Jesus and how it will take place and is serving as a reminder to…

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    in the 1380s. The second is Stele with Maitreya and Attendants, a relief sculpture made by an unknown sculptor in China during the Northern Wei dynasty. The two artworks are different in their ways showing the major figures, and the main figures play different roles in each piece, because of their religious difference. Nevertheless, there are similarities between…

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    advance and standardized system of writing. Most of their contributions are still used today like gunpowder, silk and paper. Both of these cultures were devoted to religion, philosophy and their family. The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibitions show cases their collections in a way that one can perceive their value for religion and the arts. One of the most interesting sculptures in the Indian section of the museum was the Standing Bodhisattva Maitreya (buddha of the future). This sculpture…

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    techniques used throughout their many artworks. The figure is in great condition despite its age. The figure is missing its right hand. This is significant because the mudra…. The figure also has damage to the drapery on its left side. It has traces of paint and gilding which have disappeared over the many years of its existence. In the Three Kingdom Six Dynasties period, the dynasty prior to the Tang dynasty, Emperor Whencheng of the Northern Wei ordered the restoration of Buddhism during 452…

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    Shinto Pottery In Japan

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    Japan follow an acient believe called Shinto, sacred way or way of the god. Japan started in the Jomon Period. Many pottery were found during this time. Just like other culture it pottery was a common job for the females. Japan was known for having harmony with nature. For instant Haniwa Figure (300-710 CE), a warrior figure made of clay. They clay is use for the respect of nature materials. Buddhist art of Chinese and Korea arrived to Japan. No a surprise to find Buddha figure in japan. Japan…

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    T Ang Dynasty Religion

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    Manipulating the court for power, claiming to be the maitreya (future) Buddha, and surrounding herself with Buddhist advisers, Wu-huo promoted Buddhism as the official state cult as empress. Beginning in 698 through the early eighth century churches and monasteries were destroyed in Loyang and Chang-an. In 786 imperial ruling commanded the differentiation between the “clear” Buddhist religion and “muddy” Christianity. By the end of the eighth century, the already declining T’ang Dynasty…

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    Silla Korea Essay

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    to the religious centers of Asia, this connection let many cultural elements to be introduced in Silla art. Thus, Buddhist imagery that developed in Korea 5-8CE reminds the visual tradition of India, Central Asia, and China. One of the earliest Korean representations related to Buddha, dated to late 5 CE, are murals in tombs. These murals demonstrate the link between Korea and other Buddhist religious centers. Buddha from Jangcheon-ri tomb is similar to images found in Gandhara region.…

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    Hsi Lai Temple Essay

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    building we are living and working at, the gate is much more beautiful and grandiose. The building behind the gate is Bodhisattva Hall. This building is as palatial as many buildings in Chinese imperial palace I had been before. The building is very tall, because it has a lot of steps in front of the building. And the major exterior color of this building is gold, which makes the building looks very spectacular. Based on my personal knowledge, in China, only imperial palace and temple can use…

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