Category: Religion/Theology

Please view our sample essays on religion/theology in this category.

Essay: The impact of Muslim resurgence

Sample Essay Muslim resurgence refers to the revival of Islam as a religion in the whole of the Muslim world (Cook, 2000, p. 34). It is indicated by the habits of reflecting back and adapting past cultures that existed in the Muslim world such as dressing, terminologies, and the way people are perceived by their sexes (35). One of the most recent revivalists is one Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab who lived up to 1979. (more…)

Essay: Diocletian and Constantine Reforms

Sample Essay Apart from how he sought to preserve his office, Constantine's rule was the continuation of the many reforms that Diocletian had introduced during his reign with the development of a feudal economy based on serfdom, creation of new provinces, separation of civil and military hierarchy, expansion of the army, and development of an effective tax structure. (more…)

Essay: Fundamentalism

Sample Essay Fundamentalism, also called militant anti-modernism refers to religious views that have very rigid adherence to what they consider the most fundamental and conventional principles and/or beliefs (Goldschmidt & Davidson, 2006). The positions take varied forms which include Indian, Islamic, Jewish, some factions of Christianity and Hinduism. (more…)

Essay: The services of the rabbi

Sample Essay The service of the rabbi should be compensated and rewarded. According to Maimonides, in spite of the fact that children ought to learn Torah from the moment they start learning to speak, it is important to remunerate the teacher when its children acquire the age of six or seven. Nevertheless, throughout the Jewish History there is a gap left between the relevance attached to the teaching of Torah to the young ones and adolescents, and the material condition of the teachers (Baumgarten, 1999). In this light, educational institutions were established. Although Torah was considered as the only source of wisdom, there was needed to integrate it with secular wisdom. (more…)

Essay: The Stupa and the Buddhism Flag

Sample Essay There is the Stupa that symbolizes the enlightened mind of the Buddha[1]. Symbolic meaning is the representation of the five elements: the canopy is air and the volume of the Stupa is space the round dome is for water, the square base represents earth and the cone-shape is fire. It got three precious Jewels that signify three pillars of the Buddha; the Sangha that encompasses monks and nuns and Dharma[2] which is Buddha’s teachings. (more…)

Essay: The Teachings of Spirituality

Sample Essay The participants also confirmed that the teachings of spirituality enabled them to initiate outreach programs and were able to interact in various ways with the communities. By organizing and participating in these programs, the community changed their attitude towards them and assimilation in the community on completion of treatment became faster. This assurance in itself hastened the recovery process of addicts. It is because initially the community perceived them as a threat to their security and safety. (more…)

Essay: Extension of Islam Phobia by American Government

Sample Essay The extension of Islam-phobia by the American government through Hollywood and government agencies like the CIA, FBI and so forth leaves a bad taste in the mouths of many a population that does not share the ideals propagated by the same system that preaches of religious tolerance but is the first to demonize religious institutions that portray a divergent view to things spiritual hence a different political standpoint (Bacevich 2007). (more…)

Essay: Mark‘s teaching about the cross-New Testament

Sample Essay The teaching of the cross has its background from chapter 14. From this chapter 14 it speaks about the Passover feast according to the Jews. By the fact that Jesus and his disciples were Jews, they had to adhere to this religious cultural festival.  This scenario presents the activities that were performed during this festive; the washing of the physical body parts that symbolized a spiritual cleansing for the Christian community.  At this juncture Jesus reMarkably states that they may not eat the Passover again may be until the kingdom of heaven; (Robert 2006) disciples seem to not quite understand the meaning and implication of the stated words. The same chapter 14 gives the betrayal by Judas, capture of Jesus prior crucification the next day. (more…)