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RLST 110

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Department
Religious Studies
Course Code
RLST 112
Professor
Robert Kennedy

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thNotes for RLST 110 61 for Tues March27121Final exam 1 40 multiple choice 1 mark each 10 will be from the text 5 will be from Sikhism 23 essay questions 60 marks a Buddhism 25 marks3 choices b Chinese Religions 25 marks3choices c Comprehensive of the whole year 10 marks reflect on the whole yr ex Ninian Smarts suggests that there are 6 diff aspects that make up a religion is he right Ex We divided the eastern and western religions updo you think we did this for a specific geographical reasonSikhismDoctrines and Ritualspronounced seekism in Englishpronounced sickism in India but purposely pronounced wrong otherwise bad connotationA Ultimate Reality God th16 century CE only 500 yrs oldrelatively new religionthe Muslims built partly on Hinduismhowever they do not believe so instead they believe that it originated on its ownKabir11401518 CE Santhymns 1 Bhakti tradition 2 Tantric yogabreath bodily posture meditationdoesnt necessarily mean that they practice yoga3 MysticismSufibrought all of these things into his own religionhe also learned from the Shramatic Religion focused on an inner spirituality founder of Sikhism is Guru Nanakin Sikhism there is only one guru and is viewed more as a pope
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