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Papers On Religions Of The World, Theology, Church & Politics
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Barth and Revelation Theology
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A six page paper which looks at the work of the Calvinist theologian Karl Barth, in particular his Dogmatics in Outline, and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the doctrine of revelation theology. The writer also considers Barth’s treatment of exinanitio and how it relates to the negative aspects of the incarnation and the crucifixion. Bibliography lists 1 source
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Basic Philosophical Differences between Zen, Buddhism and Taoism
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This is a 4 page paper describing some of the basic differences and relationships between Buddhism, Taoism and Zen. The differences between Buddhism, Taoism and Zen are based on the level of definition allowed within each belief. Buddhism based on the life of Buddha around 500 B.C. and has defined truths, paths, precepts, and jewels in order for individuals to eventually reach Enlightenment through meditation. Buddhism has certain doctrines which take into account individuals’ treatment of others and themselves in order to proceed along the Eightfold Path to Enlightenment. Taoism, is a much more loosely based discipline which is based on writings of Lao Tzu around 600 B.C. and is considered as “The Watercourse Way” or the flowing of nature. The flow of Nature and the ultimate truth, or Tao, cannot be explained in words but does contain certain concepts related to the balance within the universe. For every yin (negative) force which exists, there too is a yang (positive) force. Zen is one step further past defined concepts. The concept of Zen is void of all preconceptions and is not dependent on doctrines, duality or even that those who practice Zen be members of Zen Buddhism as founded by the monk Bodhidharma in the 6th century A.D. Meditation is considered as essential for the basis of all three concepts of Buddhism and the path to Enlightenment; Taoism in the concept of Tao; and essentially for Zen where the practice of sitting meditation (zazen) is devoid of all other concepts and definitions. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Basis of Judaism, Christianity & Islam
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A 4 page research paper that offers a brief description of the origins, influences, basic tenets of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Beauty and Harmony in Taoism and the Works of Wordsworth
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A 6 page paper comparing beauty and harmony as approached by Lao Tzu in the 6th century BC and by William Wordsworth 2500 years later. Wordsworth was not a Taoist, of course, but his poetry nonetheless reflects much of the Taoist position on beauty and harmony. Nature is the overriding natural order for each; nature exemplifies both beauty and harmony. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSwordsTao.wps


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