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    Short novel's plot, themes, characters, focusing on clash between civilization & wilderness.

    William Faulkner's short novel The Bear is a very complex work for all its lack of length. One of the aspects of great importance is brought out thro... more
    8 pages | 9 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

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    Compares theme & principles of Christianity in 12th Cent. poem & Biblical texts.

    This research will compare and contrast the theme of Christianity in The Song of Roland and in selected New Testament books. Discussed will be the pa... more
    10 pages | 5 sources | 27 citations | MLA citation style

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    Spiritual purpose of fasting in Christianity, Judaism & Islam. Pillar of Fasting of Islam which prescribes behavior for the sacred month of Ramadan. Fast of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, one of the Jewish high holy days. Ritual practice of fasting in Christianity; history of ascetecism, Lenten period, differences from Judaism & Islam.

    Fasting in Religious Tradition Introduction Fasting is a fairly common element in religious traditions, one of the spiritual practices designed to pu... more
    4 pages | 6 sources | 6 citations | APA citation style

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    The paper examines the role of John Winthrop in the colonization of New England. The paper focuses on Winthrop's "A Model for Christian Charity" sermon. It explains the implications of the document.

    A Model of Christian Charity is a sermon that John Winthropdelivered somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on board theArbella on its way to A... more
    3 pages | 2 sources | 2 citations | APA citation style

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    An analysis of the reforms approved by the Roman Catholic Church as a result of the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II) and their impact on theology and the laity.

    Table of Contents Title The Second Vatican Council Vatican II I Introduction A Background on Vatican II B First Period of Vatican II C Second Period o... more
    11 pages | 16 sources | 21 citations | Turabian citation style

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    Analysis of the lives of Puritan and Native American women. Contends their lives were somewhat similar, but they were fundamentally different from each other, with Puritan women far lower in the hierarchy of their society than were American Indian women and with no expectations that their status would improve throughout their lives.

    Despite the fact that there were a number of important differencesbetween Puritan women and women among the native peoples that Puritansettlers first ... more
    4 pages | 2 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides evidence from the Bible and from extra-Biblical sources that Jesus is the Son of God. Uses statements from the Bible as facts rather than opinions.

    Jesus What Makes Him the Son of God No matter what viewpoint a person starts from in analyzing whetherJesus is the Son of God a look at the facts will... more
    7 pages | 9 sources | 29 citations | MLA citation style

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    This essay provides a discussion of John Locke’s life and background. The essay also addresses some of his most significant accomplishments in his works on politics and religion, from his advocating religious tolerance to his rejection of the theory of Divine Right to rule.

    John Locke The English philosopher John Locke was born to John and Agnes Lockeon August and he earned the title of Father of liberalphilosophy before ... more
    6 pages | 6 sources | 16 citations | MLA citation style

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    This outline examines the history and controversy of Easter, discussing why the dates for the celebration changed and arguing that Easter must be celebrated on the Passover date, the 14th of Nisan, in order to keep from losing the connection with the Old Testament and the correlation between Jesus' death and that of the Passover lamb.

    Easter History and Controversy I Introduction A Definition of Easter the feast celebrating Jesus' resurrection from the dead All about Easter Pascha t... more
    4 pages | 10 sources | 38 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides a comparison and contrast of the restrictions of social roles on women in the early twentieth century as recounted in two autobiographical works, Lorna Sage’s Bad Blood: A Memoir and Ralph Glasser’s Growing Up in the Gorbals, both accounts of the working-class upbringings of the two authors.

    Restricted Social Roles of Women in the th Century Introduction In Ralph Glasser's Growing Up in the Gorbals the authorprovides an account of his year... more
    7 pages | 2 sources | 16 citations | MLA citation style

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