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SOR1 Preliminary Exam Notes

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SOR1 Preliminary exam notes; - The nature of Religions and briefs; worldview, supernatural dimension, immanent and transcendent religions, Aboriginal spirituality - Christianity; origins, Jesus Christ, Christian denominations, principle beliefs, sacred texts, core ethical teachings - Judaism; origins, principle beliefs, origins, life of Abraham, Shabbat

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Religion Jewish theology Theism Judaism Monotheistic religions Book of Exodus Jewish religious movements Oral Torah Abrahamic religions Torah Moses Covenant Jesus Christians
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Religion Jewish theology Theism Judaism Monotheistic religions Book of Exodus Jewish religious movements Oral Torah Abrahamic religions Torah Moses Covenant Jesus Christians
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A system of answers shared by a significant number of people is called a worldview. Transcendent: religions that believe there are beings that exist beyond the known universe and that are not subject to the laws of nature are called transcendent religions Immanent: religions hold that Gods, Goddesses or divine beings live with nature Discuss a transcendent religious worldview which has a belief in a divine power and/or powers beyond the human The three Semitic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam emphasise the idea of God being revealed to humankinds beyond the human spirit. For example, Muslims believe that the will of Allah has been revealed to the Prophet Mohammed and is contained in the writings of the Kor...
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