Lessons for Religion

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  • Religious Convictions - … to the recognition of religious holidays, inclusion of religion in curriculum, prayer, and religion-based extracurricular groups and activities manifest in their … religion in university classrooms and campuses by reading and discussing "Seeking a Role for Religion on Campus." 4. Investigate different "freedom of religion … notes that there are "commonalities among the world's religions." Choose four "world religions," and learn the following information about each: Who …
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  • Presidential Election 2008: Politics & Religion - … a moral and religious people.'" "Freedom requires religion just as religion requires freedoma |.Freedom and religion endure together or perish alone." "Let me … a new religion in American-the religion of secularism. They are wrong." "The founders proscribed the establishment of a state religion, but they … as worthy an American as anyone else. 'Freedom requires religion just as religion requires freedom.' The latter may be true, Mr. Romney …
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  • Comparing World Religions - … little understanding of the following: • Both similarities and differences between religions; • How religion fosters both cooperation and conflict; • Current religious tensions. Activities … to study each religion. Assign each group one of the following religions: • Buddhism • Christianity • Judaism • Hinduism • Islam • Shintoism Note: Religions studied can be … a comparative study of religions world-wide or within one region, i.e., MiddleEastern religions or East Asian religions. Shintoism is not specifically …
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  • Women's Rights in Iraq - … be shared from most all religions.) This concept of interpretation thus can complicate our impression of certain religions. (i.e., If I … , and indeed was the first religion to grant women equal rights in all areas of life, including religion, sexuality, inheritance, and law … Muslim faith is actually more progressive than other religions (such as Judeo-Christian religions)? 6. The author notes various examples from the …
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  • Setting the Stage: What is the proper context for teaching religion in public schools? - … Committee Brochure (1999) Religion in Public Schools Appropriate ways to teach religion in public schools: * as information * teaching about religion *allowing purely private … significant ways. Inappropriate ways to teach religion in public schools: *as indoctrination * teaching a specific religion in order to convert students * coercing … on matters of religion * school sponsorship of a religious message * teaching that all religions are basically the same Scenarios on Religion in Public …
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  • Expedition to Asia – Religions Across the Continent - Expedition to Asia - Religions Across the Continent Unit Lesson Plans Welcome to Expedition to Asia - Religions Across the Continent! Here you will … chart paper: How Religion Influences Our Everyday Lives) Unit Lesson Plans Page 2 of 11 Expedition to Asia - Religions Across the Continent … yet recognize that religion influences their lives. Teacher: "As we can see from these examples, the institution of religion does impact our …
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  • What is the (No) Establishment Clause? - … /or state-supported religion. Explore the reasons for students? responses. Give examples of nations that have official state religions (Great Britain, Saudi … of freedom from government coercion in matters of religion and the freedom of religion for each individual. James Madison, drafting his preliminary … students to identify and research countries with established religions. How does the established religion influence the society? Students should consider such questions …
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  • Global Faith - … compare the historic evolutions of two religions in specific countries. 4. Synthesize their understanding of world religions by designing a creative work … over time? - What is an "orthodox" religion? What is "modernity" in the context of religion? - How do religious sects develop? What are … world's religions which includes core beliefs, information on different sects and related links. Rutgers University Virtual Religion Index (http://religion.rutgers.edu …
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  • Comparing Three Religions: Islam, Judaism, and Christianity - … what they found on their group s religion. Students should take notes on each religion in their notebooks. Instruct students a quiz … or during prayer of this religion? 3. What are other important rituals of this religion? Name: Date: Three Religions Quiz 1. Name and … life? Name: Date: Rituals and Holidays Religion: 1. What are the important holidays of this religion? 2. What are the rituals that …
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  • Overview of Muslim History and the Spread of Islam from the 7th to the 21st century - … the Arabian Peninsula to become a world religion practiced on every continent. Like other world religions, Islam has been spreading ever since … individuals who have accepted Islam as their religion, having chosen to convert from other religions. During the first century after the Hijrah … CE, Islam became the majority religion in that region. ca. 850-900 Islam became the majority religion in Iraq, Egypt and Tunisia …
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