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Religion 100 exam 2011 long answer question 3

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Department
Religion
Course Code
RLG100Y1
Professor
Andre Maintenay

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Several of the Traditions we have discussed in class have developed structural systems to
follow if one wishes to lead a good moral religious life. Choosing one Eastern tradition and
one Western tradition, explain what life systems each offers to followers. Describe those
systems. How are they similar? How are they different? How do they respond to both the
worldly sphere and ones religious aspirations?
Moral Systems
Judaism vs. Jainism
Judaism- system offered
-613 commandments
10 major commandments
1)Dont steal
2)Dont kill
3)Dont commit adultery
4)Honour mother and father
5)Dont bear false witness
6)Dont worship idols
7)Dont covent your neighbour
8)Dont use lords name in vain
9)Keep Sabbath holy
10)Dont give false evidence
Jainism- system offered
5 precepts
1)No harm
2)Truth
3)Dont steal
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Several of the Traditions we have discussed in class have developed structural systems to follow if one wishes to lead a good moral religious life. Choosing one Eastern tradition and one Western tradition, explain what life systems each offers to followers. Describe those systems. How are they similar? How are they different? How do they respond to both the worldly sphere and ones religious aspirations? Moral Systems Judaism vs. Jainism Judaism- system offered
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