Concepts of Islamic Marriage

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1.0 Introduction. The Muslims do not see the house as a static entity. As the environment for the generation of life, it is itself a living and dynamic entity. Hence 'waala' talk of the need to continually build up the house. This task needs a man and woman in order to be accomplished. As a 'Waala' saying goes, 'it needs a man and a woman to ...

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Islamic fundamentalism: Causes, History and Effects

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BACKGROUND Filipino Christians tend to relate Islam primarily with the issue of polygamy and jihad. Their objections to polygamy and jihad are very striking because Islam is perceived to be equivalent to these two issues in the Philippines. It is viewed as a religion of violence and sexual promiscuity (a view reinforced in the post-9/11 portrayal of well-known Muslims as global terrorists in international media); and ...

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Differences Between Taoism and Buddhism

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The differences between Taoism and Buddhism Taoism is originated in China and many believe that it is started in the sixth century B.C. whereas Buddhism is said originated in the 500's B.C. in India. Both Taoism and Buddhism are great philosophical traditions and religions that have long histories and had strongly influenced and shaped the Chinese culture and values.  These two religions have some similarities, ...

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Analysis of Contemporary British Preaching Styles

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The concept of preaching Chapter Two Contextual Literature Review 2.1 Establishing a starting point. Sermons are not a kind of discourse given much serious public attention in twenty-first century Britain. The very concept of preaching often brings with it negative connotations. To accuse any contemporary commentator of 'preaching' is to suggest that unsubstantiated opinions are being delivered in a tedious manner. That in such common ...

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Teachings of Buddhism

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Buddhism is the second largest religion in Asia after Hinduism. Being also a philosophy encompassing a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, Buddhism is based on numerous teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, or Buddha, who lived between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. Buddhists recognize his enlightenment (‘bodhi') achieved by entering a deep state of meditation and during which Buddha has achieved a total and direct realization ...

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The Relationship Between Terrorism and Religion

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RELIGIOUS TERRORISM - IS THERE A LINK BETWEEN ISLAM AND TERRORISM "Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve.” --George W. Bush Address to the US after hijack attacks on the US World Trade Centre and Pentagon, September 11, 2001 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION ...

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Cultural Identity and Belonging in Muslims

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Religious conversion, cultural identity and national belonging: The world of Bulgarian Muslims (Pomaks). Introduction It is always interesting to immerse in the mysterious past and to discover how the sense of national identity is created and transformed over the years. Throughout olden times and until now, cultural margins have shrunk or expanded, established nations and minorities within these have interacted with and influenced each other, religious ...

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The Creation of God and the Universe

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Does God really exist? How can we know? If God made everything, who made God? In our everyday experience, just about everything seems to have a beginning. In fact, the laws of science show that even things which look the same through our lifetime, like the sun and other stars, are running down. The sun is using up its fuel at millions of tons each second. ...

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Islamic Law And Its Impact On Arbitration Of Ip Cases

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Islamic Law And Its Impact On Arbitration Of Ip Cases In Middle East With Special Reference To Jordan Introduction The law of intellectual property is one of the areas of law that has emerged in Jordan relatively recently. The reasons for such late emergence of intellectual property law in Jordan are that there were no sufficient conditions for development of this area of law in this ...

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Islam in Indonesia

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Islam in Indonesia Modern Indonesia is known for having the largest Muslim population by percentage of any country in the world.  Coming to Indonesia in the 13th century A.D., Islam has continued to spread, and approximately 90 % of the current population considers itself to be Muslim. Nevertheless, many forms of Islam practiced there combine animist, Hindu, and Buddhist elements from the country's rich and ...

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Arguments for the Existence of God

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Are any of the arguments for the existence of God successful? Intro: As an atheist, I find that none of the arguments supporting the existence of God have been successful in persuading me that God does indeed in exist. However since beginning the research for this essay, I have discovered It if difficult to argue the existence of God without first defining what the word ‘God' ...

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Impact of Freedom of Religion on Press Freedom Since 2000

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Introduction The British Council (2004) describes the vital role played by the media in maintaining a democratic culture, as well as freedom of expression that is interwoven through not only the political system but also public consciousness. Ideally, the media facilitates constructive political debate, and is the vehicle through which individuals in a democracy communicate with one another. To serve its purpose, the media must record ...

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Proselytism, Conversion and the Freedom to Change Religion

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A Critical Analysis Abstract This dissertation seeks to critique the extent to which Article 9 of the ECHR upholds an individual's “freedom to change his religion and belief”. It is respectfully submitted that the landmark decisions of the European court have provided inconsistent guidance with respect to the issues surrounding proselytism, conversion and the freedom to change one's religion; consequently, this will have significant implications ...

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Contemporary Styles of Preaching

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Chapter Five Impact, event, and context in contemporary preaching 5.1 Mapping the commonalities. The diversity of the trends identified in the earlier review (sections 2.4 to 2.8) presents a particular challenge to the analysis of justifiable generalizations about homiletic theory and practice in the last half-century. As Edwards observes, 'there seem to be more forms of preaching today than in all previous Christian centuries put together' ...

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Hinduism & Buddhism in India

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Chapter II: Ancient India - Birthplace of Hinduism & Buddhism.   Hinduism and Buddhism There is a nice analogy which was told to me while visiting a Thai monastery many years ago. Buddhism and Hinduism are like two siblings raised in the same household, such as a brother and sister may have a certain family resemblance. A visitor would not mistake one for the other. ...

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