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Nature of Religion Complete Study Notes SOR 2

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A complete set of accurate and helpful study notes covering every syllabus dot point in detail for prelim SOR 2 topic Nature of Religion and beliefs. It has extensive examples.

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Nature of Religion Complete Study Notes SOR 2
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Philosophy Spirituality Religion Australian Aboriginal mythology Baiame Belief Dreamtime Hinduism Secular humanism Christianity Rainbow Serpent Prayer
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Philosophy Spirituality Religion Australian Aboriginal mythology Baiame Belief Dreamtime Hinduism Secular humanism Christianity Rainbow Serpent Prayer
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Belief in the existence of beings or powers beyond the realm of the natural world. • Implies something revealed through faith • Cannot be explained according to natural law or occurrences, or by scientific explanation Transcendent world view Belief in a divine power/s beyond the human limitation • Exceeds the capabilities of humans. • This level is only reached by divine beings or deities at a superior level to mundanes Imminent world view • Belief in a divine being or power/s dwelling within the individual • A constant reality, and an active and continuing presence amoung believers in this world • Present in the aspects of the human world- God is present within us Key words: Key Word Definition Example Monotheism doctrine or belief system involvi...
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