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Final Exam Study Guide

by: Jasmine Guo

Final Exam Study Guide 2001

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Intro to World Religion Study Guide, Professor Van Holm
Intro to World Religions
Ms. Clare Van Holm
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GSU, religion, worldreligion, finalexam, Studyguide
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jasmine Guo on Saturday June 11, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 2001 at Georgia State University taught by Ms. Clare Van Holm in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see Intro to World Religions in Religion at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 06/11/16
RELS2001: Introduction to Religious Studies ______________________________________________________________________ STUDY GUIDE Final Exam
 SECTION SPECIFIC CONCEPTS OVERARCHING CONCEPTS Black Church Functions of rituals Style vs Content Bracketing Liberation Theology Polythetic Womanist Theology Sacred Space Nation of Islam Axis Mundi Intersectionality Cosmogony Lilith Hierophany Hijab / veil Emic vs Etic Islamic Feminism Maximalist // Minimalist Natural Law Ruether’s theory Summa Theologica Orthodox // Heterodox Sins against Nature Varnas Sins against Reason Karma Cabbit Samsara Context of Abominations Dharma Blending Categories Varnaramadharma Literal interpretation Liminality // Communitas Historical-critical interpretation Theodicy Omnipredicates Jihad PRIMARY SOURCES Jahiliyyah What, to the Slave, is the Fourth of July? Just War Sermon: Ezra’s Dilemma Cosmic War Ar’nt I a Woman? Disenchantment I’ve Been to the Mountain Top Lilith and Eve in the Later Tradition The Coming of Lilith KEY PERSONS // THEORISTS Summa Theologica “On Sex” Frederick Dougglas Genesis 18-19 Stephen Elliott Judges 19-20 Sojourner Truth Martin Luther King Jr Elijah Mohammad SECONDARY SOURCES Warith Deen Mohammad MLK Jr and Black Theology James Cone Womanist Theology: Black Women’s Voice Delores Williams Islam: Women in World Religion Jane Smith Moral Abominations Judith Plaskow Interpreting the Bible, the Sin of Sodom Jeffrey Stout Thomas Aquinas


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