Monthly Archives: May 2013

Final Thoughts

There are many things about this class that I found extremely interesting, but I think that the examination of Christianity’s history was probably one of the most important and surprising things that I learned about in the class. Our first … Continue reading

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Response Post #13

My experience with this class was definitely a positive one, and one that helped me approach an outsider’s point of view with a lot more ease. I have always struggled with being able to view religion as a social institution … Continue reading

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Prep Post #26: Crook Chp 15

The environment is definitely one of the most discussed issues in society as of now. Due partly to the globalization of society and partly because of science’s better understanding of nature and the earth, people no longer have the idea … Continue reading

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Prep Post #25: Kissling p358-72

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fetus) In this reading, the discussion largely revolved around the fetus and its value as a person, talking about abortion from a relatively prochoice point of view. (http://sunherbal.com/faqs/pregnancy-and-chinese-herbal-medicines/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=pregnancy-and-chinese-herbal-medicines) When discussing whether the fetus has rights, what often comes up is … Continue reading

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Response Post #12: The Hunger Games

During the media presentation of “The Hunger Games”, I was really intrigued by the subtle religious undertones that I had not perceived before. It never really occurred to me that there were 12 Districts, and that they all surrounded the … Continue reading

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