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UTSGRLG100Y1Walid SalehFall

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With his last words to his disciples everything that arises also passes away, so strive for what has not arisen the buddha passed into nirvana 2500 yea
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[RLG100Y1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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Theology: the rational investigation/analysis/argument of ideas from ones committed religion. No attachment to religion/tradition, or it does not inter
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With his last words to his disciples everything that arises also passes away, so strive for what has not arisen the buddha passed into nirvana 2500 yea
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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandFall

RLG100Y1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Rudolf Otto, Vedic And Sanskrit Literature, Archaic Humans

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The rst misconception is about what the discipline of religious studies is. the second is, what comes under the purview of religion. When you tell peop
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RLG100Y1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vedas, Yuga, Upanishads

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RLG100Y1 Study Guide - Maurya Empire, Transcendentalism, Puranas

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How is islam as a religious tradition different from hinduism as a religious tradition? (not in beliefs) Hindu term comes from a persian term. Historic
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UTSGRLG100Y1Andre MaintenayWinter

question 6 of 2011 final exam

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The western religions and the indic religions interpret the same set of data in fundamentally different ways. Compare and contrast the overall worldvie
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Essay question #1 for the 2011 final exam

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It could be argued that all religions place a significant weight on how one behaves in the world. Taking two traditions, one western and one eastern ,
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UTSGRLG100Y1Andre MaintenayFall

Detailed Text Notes: Chap 2- Judaism (more detailed than needed for the exam, but good summary if you didn't read the text

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Jacob isaac and rebekah"s son, [also called israel], his two wives leah and rachel. Moses legendary prophet who received the 10 commandments on mount s
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RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pharisees, Essenes, Jewish Diaspora

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RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Israelites

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Narrative is also critical to the formation of a coherent identity. Great importance in keeping a community cohesive. Judaism centred itself around a s
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RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ninian Smart

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Rlg100 - lecture 5 - origin of religion. Ninian smart: religion broadly speaking have 7 distinctive features. Mythic dimension: they tell stories passe
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RLG100Y1 Lecture 21: Indic Tradition

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RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Pharisees, Essenes, Jewish Diaspora

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UTSGRLG100Y1Arti DhandFall

RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bruce Lincoln, Religious Vows, Christopher Columbus

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RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Islamic Calendar, Orthopraxy, Zakat

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RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Emic And Etic, Quraysh, Jahiliyyah

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Taking an emic perspective on islam: some misconceptions/stereotypes. 1000+ years: overwhelmingly negative view on islam today, taking all of history a
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Study Guide Chapter1 - Indigenous Religions

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RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-14: Western Religions, Dharma, Shia Islam

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RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Donatism, Upanishads, Avesta

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The religion toolkit - chapter 1 (p. 1-14) There are over 10k religions: the whole of a religious group that exists in harmony within its social enviro
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UTSGRLG100Y1Andre MaintenayWinter

Study Guide Chapter 8 - Buddhism

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N the buddha passed into everlasting nirvana some 2500 years ago. N after a deep enlightenement experience at the age of 35, he spent the remaining. 45
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UTSGRLG100Y1Andre MaintenayWinter

Study Guide Chapter 2 -Judaism

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RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Edward Burnett Tylor, Sigmund Freud, Opiate

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Study Guide Chapter 5 - The Hindu Tradition

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