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Classics Oral Tradition
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... by showing how all four Gods had to compromise and divide up the honors amongst themselves. "Earth with its wide roads gaped and then over the Nysian field the lord and All receiver, the many named son of Kronos, sprang out upon her with his immortal horses...Not an unseemly bridegroom among the immortals is Aidoneus, Lord on Many, your own brother from the same seed; to his share fell honor when in the beginning a triple division was made, and he dwells among those over whom his lot made him lord" (To Demeter 16- 18, 83-87). I think that these two sets of lines show that Hades viewed Persephone a ...




Who Is God?
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... Altar had in self expression of the Africans. "The aim is to view black Atlantic art, especially in the New World, in terms of thoughtfully selected [altar] objects belonging to specific philosophic constellations which help to define the face of divinity." Through the oppression of the salve trade, the Yoruba Africans worked to keep there own conception of region intact. "Even under slavery, and under post slavery persecution in the late nineteenth century, the Yoruba of Cuba and Brazil managed to maintain sporadic but precious contact with Africa through networks of friends and traders. They sought the sacre ...




The Churches Of Christ: A Comparative Essay
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... 49 years in their own traditions and fellowship. On June 25, of 1957, the four churches held a synod meeting in Cleveland, Ohio, to commit more fully to unity, liberty, freedom in Christ, and the evangelism of the world. These groups, under the head of the Uniting General Synod, became the United Churches of Christ. Today the CoC has over two thousand registered churches in the world. By 1979, the roots of the CoC were firmly in place. It was then that Chuck Lucas, a pastor at the Gainesville Church of Christ (mainline), met a young college student, Kip McKean, and began discipling him. Kip was a bright st ...




Jesus
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... This question will probably never be answered for us today, but maybe in the afterworld. God sent down a spirit to be born his only son, . The divine plan for was that as a child He should lead a hidden, normal life. In Nazareth, quietly grew to maturity, to all appearances just as any other normal boy. But, as he grew and matured, he would start His adventure through life to show people the meaning of life. In this paper, I will give many reasons why people saw as a deviant, but in reality, why he was not. People in the days of had every reason to think was crazy and deviant. Look at how we view people in ...




Buddhism
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... of humanity dwells in the dream that is called waking human state, one Siddhartha Guatama roused himself. Buddism begins with a man who woke up. Budda was born a prince named Siddhartha Guatama in a small kingdom in what is now Nepal in 563b.c.e. Shortly after his birth, his father consulted with a number of astrologers, all of whom declared that the newborn prince would become a great king and that he would rule the world in truth and righteousness. Among these astrologers, there was one who declared that if the prince were to see a sick person, an old person, a corpse, and a world renouncing ascetic, he woul ...




Should The Ten Commandments Be Posted In Public Schools?
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... are being pondered the law forbids a public school to hang the Ten Commandments? Schools should be allowed to post the Ten Commandments. Not only would these terrible crimes be decreased, but also morality could be brought into our Nation once again. One reason the Ten Commandments should be posted is that the government has never passed a law implementing a separation of Church and State. Amendment 1 in the Bill of Rights states the following: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…” This Amendment does not even suggest the Separation of Chur ...




Ancient Egypt Gods & Goddesses
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... dirt on herself and beating her chest. These gestures became the classic signs of feminine mourning in Ancient Egypt. Once she found the corpse of her husband she began working her magick to revive him. Isis managed to restore enough life to Osiris to conceive Horus. Soon after Set got word that Osiris was no longer dead and this made him quite angry. He tracked him down and cut his body into 14 pieces and threw them into the Nile. Upon hearing the news, Isis was once again thrown into a state of mourning. She, along with Nephthys and Anubis, traveled up and down the Nile in search of the pieces of Osiris. They wer ...




What Is Hinduism
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... of the Himalayas gave the river that flows through the sub-continent the name Shindu . Hindu is only a corrupt form of Sindhu given to the Aryans by the Greeks. A way of life that is all things to Hindus, the religion encompasses a vast, uncoordinated complex of sects, doctrines, beliefs and practices set in a social framework. It has the unique distinction of having no single founder, no centralized organized hierarchy and no fixed dogmas. It represents instead countless sages and the truths revealed to them over thousands of years in the Vedas. The sanctity of the four Vedas—Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda a ...




School Prayer Should Be Allowed
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... of religion by the state. The founders of the constitution recognized the freedom of religion as an important factor in establishing a democracy. They also recognized a space of freedom between the government and the people, whereby the government could not force an individual or group to do something they did not want to do. The government is not upholding their part of the constitution. They are trying to tell people that saying prayer in public school is unconstitutional. In fact, prayer in public school is legal, so is prayer in church and prayer in stores etc... . The area which is not legal i ...




Buddhism
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... of the same religion. is a religion, which has been around for many years, and has been a powerful driving force in the world. A person named Siddharta Gautama founded in India in about 500 BCE. Gautama was at one point a part of the rich and powerful class of India. When he was 29 years of age, he left his family to find religious enlightenment. After six years of wandering, Siddharta Gautama. experienced enlightenment. (To himself), he discovered the way to escape this unhappy existence called life. After enlightenment, people called him the Buddha, which means, “enlightened one.” Various Buddhist schools have d ...




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