church slips again into Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox, and then Protestantism; each stemming from Christianity. Catholics and Protestants worship the same God, but the principles of Faith are different, resulting in conflict. The two main differences are how the Catholics and Protests deal with salvation and Mary. In Protestant theology, salvation is by Sola fide: by Faith alone in Jesus; without the contribution of works. With that being said; in Roman Catholicism salvation is earned through
respectful polarization. I was born in a small village of about 400 inhabitants. The entire population was Catholic and there was a small chapel in the middle of the village, where the priest celebrated the Mass once a month and seminarians went to do Holy Week and Christmas missions.
One of the first principles which should be emphasized is creation. The creation story in hinduism is very different from the bible. For hindus, they believe the universe was created by Vishnu and Brahama. However the main difference between christianity and hinduism is this world is the first world created and time does not recycle like they believe. The message delivered must display that God came before creation and does not
to unravel the way it had, there had to be a catalyst to bring changes into the community. Religion matters today because it not only has affected the way our lives are lived but it has affected the modern schooling. Taking ICS as an example, the Bible and Christianity is integrated into the syllabus therefore teaching the kids what the religion
1. Religions strengthened political, economic, and culture ties by providing a sense of unity and giving certain rules and morals to follow. Religions started shaping the empires to follow a specific form of rule that included community bonds and a moral code, this influenced the formation of political structor and social stratification. Religion often was used with political leaders to justify their region. Religion also brought people together, which provided that sense of unity. 2. Religion
Most of the religions in the world are fundamentally ruled by guiding regulations that followers are expected to obey; most of these regulations are interpretations from a holy text or developed from a religious leader and therefore regulations and have evolved throughout the years. An example of this developing nature is Pope Francis’ positive approach towards the LGBT community that is completely opposing his predecessors
the early man, thus should be treated using mystical means. The Hebrews are of the opinion that humans are inflicted with mental illness as a punishment for committing sin by God, and as such he holds the supreme powers to heal and cure it (The Holy Bible, Daniel 4: 18 – 37).Tagging along the spiritual line, the ancient Persians attributed the cause of mental illness to evil spirits, and believed that good health is achieved by adequate cleanliness and purity of the soul and body (Alexander and Selesnick
Attitudes towards mental illness are shaped by one’s understanding and perception about mental illness, and as such determines how one respond to people living with mental illness (Madianos et al, 2005). Attitudes towards mental illness cuts across cultural boundaries, and depending on it is expressed leads to social inclusion or exclusion of the mentally ill. (Crisp et al, 2000; Wilson et al,