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Lecture 3

RS 100 Lecture 3: RS100 Lecture 3

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Department
Religious Studies
Course Code
RS 100
Professor
Kenneth Todd

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CRASH COURSE The Ultimate Review Guide RS 100 Edition By: Navid Hariri Lecture #3 Sacred:  Is something that is the foundation of our life  The sacred transcends our sense and reasoning  It is very hard/intense to define sacred  Sacred is DIFFERENT a. Not good nor bad b. Not Beautiful nor ugly  It is dangerous  There are different levels to Sacredness  Sacred places are typically elevated by stairs  The THREE TYPES of SYMBOLISM a. Myths a.i. They don’t explain .They say how the world is a.ii.They are all true a.iii.They are words through which the sacred manifests itself in a.iv. Typically start with “In the beginning” or “before heaven and earth was created” a.v. It tells as if it is part of history a.vi. Address
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