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Studies of Religion I Preliminary Course

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This pdf document is the Studies of Religion course complete study notes. It includes Nature of Religion, and the Depth Study of Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

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Religion Philosophy Spirituality Australian Aboriginal mythology Metaphysics Dreamtime Songline Australian Aboriginal culture Dream Soul Plane Polytheism
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Religion Philosophy Spirituality Australian Aboriginal mythology Metaphysics Dreamtime Songline Australian Aboriginal culture Dream Soul Plane Polytheism
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It is an attempt to make sense of the world; to create a coherent worldview; and to give direction and meaning to life through the creation of symbols that embody ultimate meaning. • A person who has a religious worldview acknowledges that there is a dimension beyond human understanding or experience. This is known as the transcendent dimension. • The transcendent dimension refers to the aspects or elements that relate to the human experience or understanding that is beyond (God, miracles etc.) or outside the ordinary. Beyond our day to day lives. Beyond what we are accustomed to. • This is best exemplified by the differences between so called Traditional religions and New Age Religions (since the 1970s). • Thos who have a religious worldview usually refer to this dimension as the supernatural dimension. • The supernat...
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