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Studies of Religion 1 Syllabus Notes

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Full year of Studies of Religion Syllabus notes. Covers Nature of Religion, Aboriginal Dreaming, Christianity and Islam.

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Religion Prophets of Islam Abrahamic religions Christology Monotheistic religions Culture Christianity and Islam Jesus Christianity Islam Muhammad Prophet Does God Jesus Christ
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● Latin scholar Carl Meissner suggests that the Romans used the word ‘religio’ to express feelings such as devotion, fear of God and conscientiousness, as well as religious feeling and scruple and subjectivity. ● Interpreted actively means an oath or obligation of a religious nature whereas in an objective sense it relates sacred places and things, acts which go against the will of God, such as sins, curses and crimes, or else an object of religious fear. Religion as a Worldview ● Worldview’ is ‘the way a society sees the world’. ● The society into which people are born determines how they may see the world in a particular way, based on a set of cultural assumptions. ● Sometimes these views can be rationally justified, sometimes not – sometimes a society does ...
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