ST. AUGUSTINE ON JUDAISM.
Analyzes 4th Cent. Christian theologian's views on Judaism & the two religions' relationship in Bible, faith & salvation, focusing on his negative attitude.
The Old Man and The Sea
This paper provides a discussion of Santiago in Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea. The paper argues that Santiago must go through three phases in his struggle with the fish before gaining the gift of humility that redeems him.
This paper examines the issue of capital punishment, looking at the arguments on both sides and concluding that capital punishment is the right thing to do. It lists both pro and con arguments, defeating the con arguments.
Discusses five different aspects of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Includes views on marriage, Chaucer's approach to humor. Tales referred to are the Prologue, The Friar's Tale, Parliament of Foules, Wife of Bath, the Knight's Tale.
This paper discusses the life of C.S. Lewis, highlighting his mother's death, his time in the Army, his conversion to Christianity, and several of his most notable books.
Right to Privacy and drug testing
This paper is about mandatory drug testing for athletes in sports. It addresses these issues: Is there a valid reason that the courts can use to justify mandatory drug testing of student athletes? Privacy rights.
Methodists: Death and Dying
This paper examines the history of Methodism, with an emphasis on death and dying and the evolution of the Methodist funeral through the years since Wesley.
Christian Conscience: Catholic Education
The special obligations of Catholic educators to bring their consciences to bear onthe issue of forming a philosophy of Catholic pedagogy. Especially relevant to Catholic elementary and secondary students but also applicable to Catholic educators working in secular educational environments.
JESUS AND THE OUTCASTS OF SOCIETY.
Examines biblical theme. How Jesus' association with specific social and cultural outcasts shaped Christian moral and philosophical content. Importance of the Redemption. Jesus' position as a Jew and outcast in Roman society. Jesus' challenge to Pharisee logic and Hypocrisy. Concept of inclusion. Outline.
MORAL CODES IN LITERATURE.
Analysis of three French committed writers. Their common interest in characters whose moral codes are developed during extreme situations. Discusses two novels by Andre Malraux, two plays by Albert Camus, and one play by Jean- Paul Sartre. How the works reflect the authors' particular struggles, involvements and morality.