Analysis of whether Christianity has more in common with Buddhism than Islam and Judaism, and whether Islam is inherently the most violent religion.Linkages between the three monotheistic religions. Religious warfare of the current era.
Survey of World Religions
A survey of ancient and modern religions of the world, from the earliest to the most current historical period. Examines the archeological, anthropoligical and historical context of the emergence of relgion. Discusses what relgions have in common, and how they differ regarding the issues they address and the human needs they satisfy.
Qur'anic Just Social Order
A dicussion of how the Qur'an articulates the concept of a just social order, including its claim of universal authority for Islam in religious and political experience.
Quran and bible
This paper compares the attitudes of the Bible and the Quran to prayer and offerings. It also looks at the Quran's atittude to women; discrimination against women in Sura.
Modern Day Relationships
A discussion of present-day marriage and cohabitation, dealing with the relationship between love, marriage, and other forms of cohabitation both historically and in the modern period.
Islam and Peace
An account of how peace informs the written and oral scripture tradition of Islam, including the mystical tradition of Islam and the issue of sectarian rivalry and the concept of incorrigible doctrine.
Origins in Irish folklore, animism, background (language, Celtic culture, religion), character traits, meaning of name, disenfranchisement, examples.
Is Man Strong or Weak?
While Christians seem to believe that man is weak and requires forgiveness, Muslims apper to believe that man can and should live up to God's expectations.