Research Papers on Specific People (Religion)

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  • Contemporary Lessons Taught by 16th Century St. Teresa of Avila

    In six pages this paper examines St. Teresa of Avila's life and achievements and also considers how the lessons she learned in the 16th century can be applied to contemporary life. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • At Risk Teens, Experiential Learning, and Spiritual Development

    In sixteen pages this review considers how one woman's work with at risk teens in her community affected her spiritual development. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, and Divine Incarnation

    In thirteen pages the conception of divine incarnation or physicality of the divine being is examined with the contexts of Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • How Jesus Is Described In The Gospel Of Matthew

    A 7 page paper that identifies some of the many titles ascribed to Jesus by Matthew and Jesus' major functions Jesus fulfills. The writer chooses the one believed to be the most encompassing or important: Jesus is the Messiah promised in Scripture. This is demonstrated through discussion as well as by citing Old Testament Verses that justify this conclusion. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • How Abortion is Viewed by Jehovah's Witnesses

    This 9 page paper examines Jehovah's Witnesses, the organization, and how it looks at abortion. Abortion and ethics are discussed in general. Twelve sources are included.

  • Catholic Italian Culture

    In five pages Catholic Italians and their cultural heritage are examined and include characteristics both material and nonmaterial, interests, values, celebrations, importance of religion and family. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Judaism and Human Rights Advocate Abraham Joshua Heschel

    In this paper consisting of nine pages the Polish born Jewish activist is examined for his legendary contributions to humanity and as a Hasidic community leader. There are seven bibliographic sources cited.

  • Karl Barth's Thoughts About The Holy Spirit

    A 5 page paper that reports and explains some of Barth's theology about the Holy Spirit, for instance, it is only through the Holy Spirit that we can understand the Word. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Free Will and Saint Augustine

    In five pages the free will concepts of St. Augustine are examined within the context of the statement 'The creature who sins with free will is more excellent than the creature who does not sin because he has no free will.' Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Post 911 and U.S. Islamic Communities

    In six pages this paper examines the impact of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 on the communities of Islam that exist in the United States and the West. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Memory in the Tenth Book of Confessions by St. Augustine

    This paper examines how memory is analyzed in Confessions by Saint Augustine, Book X. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Egyptian Religion and Ancient Hebrew Religion Compared

    This research report compares and contrasts these two old religions. Various issues are discussed. This three page paper has three sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Works of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint Augustine, and Saint Paul

    In three pages this paper examines issues of sex and love as they are discusses in these theological writings. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Old Testament Prophets

    In five pages this paper examines prophets including Daniel Jonah, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, and Isaiah as they are featured in the Old Testament and considers the methods of their message deliveries to the Israelites. Ten sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Synoptic Gospels and Saint Paul's Christology

    In three pages the differences and similarities between Scripture's Synoptic Gospels and St. Paul's Christology are discussed. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Historical Indian Epic Mahabharata

    In five pages this report examines Mahabharata in terms of the events, significance, and Indian sacred text portrayal. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Reformation, Martin Luther Writings, and the Impact of the Printing Press

    In six pages this paper discusses how the writings of Martin Luther and the printing press had a profound impact upon spreading the Reformation movement. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • 1 Peter

    A 3 page paper that discusses the First Epistle of Peter. This essay discusses the authorship of the letter and proof that it was written by the Apostle Peter, a short background of Peter, the similarities between what Peter says in this letter and his speeches as recorded in other Books, Peter as one of three in the inner circle, how Jesus entrusted Peter with His Church, the characteristics/themes of the letter and the audience. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Fides et Ratio - Philosophy

    A 10 page paper that begins with some of the many statements made in this Encyclical about philosophy. The focus of this essay is on the relationship between philosophy and the Church. Numerous examples are included from the text to illustrate how the Pope related the importance of the interrelationship of philosophy to theology to doctrine. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Analyzing Pope John Paul II and His Church Role

    This paper consisting of eight pages discusses the Pope's role and then specifically discusses John Paul II and applies his life to Pentad by Burke. There are eight sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Christian Conversion and the Commentary of Saint Paul

    In five pages this paper discusses Christian conversion and the observations regarding these conversions expressed by St. Paul. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Web Site Analysis

    Churches need to have attractive, effective Web sites just as any other business or organization. They need to provide information for members but they also need to attract people to attend that church. Web sites can help in both these goals. This essay reviews and analyzes the Web site for Second Nazareth Baptist Church. A recommendation is also made for improvement. There are four sources used in this four page paper.

  • The Use And Interpretation Of Bible In The Church

    This 8 page paper discusses this essay provided by the student. The writer discusses how the Books of the Bible were selected, the Church's view that without the Church, there would be no Bible, and the interrelationship between the Bible and the Church. The second part of the paper discusses the historical-critical method for interpreting Scripture. No Bibliography.

  • Dostoevsky's "The Grand Inquisitor" - Analysis of Jesus' And The Grand Inquisitor's Goals

    5 pages in length. As has been throughout the history of mankind, two opposing forces have long sought to establish a basis upon which people are meant to approach religion: one by coercion, the other by choice. This ongoing struggle is precisely the point of Dostoevsky's (2006) "The Grand Inquisitor." No additional sources cited.

 

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