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These are some notes from our first lecture. I give some examples for some of the important terms because I want to make sure that everyone can understand some of the basic concepts of this class.
Historical look at the Genesis creation story, Judaic values, Gen 1 vs. Gen 2 story.
These Notes give some history regarding Judaism and speaks upon the scripture of the Torah, Nevi'im, Kethuvim and Talmud. If you want to learn the basics of Judaism and some history as well, read these notes!
These notes cover the basics of Christianity in a historical manner. It talks about the Foundations of Christianity, its branches, The New Testament, Paul and Jesus.
Class notes for 9/6 and 9/1.
All of the Islam material for the test.
These notes cover Evangelicalism and Purity Balls. These are the first set of notes for week 6.
All notes covering ritual theory, Hinduism and death ritual, and Ritual and Liminality.
These notes cover theodicy in the Jewish and Christian religions. The notes include information regarding theodicy in relation to evil; information on the book of Jobs; Insight on Ellie Wiesel's "Night" in regards to Theodicy; information on John Hicks etc.
These notes cover sermons and speeches by public figures such as Sojourner Truth, Frederick Douglass, Steven Elliott, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr .
This is the filled out study guide that the professor gave us
Cosmic War; Symbolic War
These notes cover Lilith and Eve.
These notes cover Islam, gender, and the Hijab.
These notes cover gender in Hinduism and Buddhism.
This study guide covers materials relating to Lilith and Eve, Islam, Gender, and Hijab, Hinduism and Buddhism etc.
These notes cover Aquinas and Stout within religion and sexuality.
These notes cover Sodom and Helminiak.
These upload includes all study guide material for the last five exams to prepare for the final.
Study Guide 1 for Intro to World Religions (RELS 2001).
Study guide for second World Religions exam.
These notes cover the first module in the course