Religion Essay Examples

Religion plays

The monster, as the Professor realised before he pursued the project, has the potential inside him to be so overwhelmingly good, almost angelic, which is shown through the natural instinct to help the family he stays with, but the monster also possesses the potential to take up mostly evil actions, for example, when he murders… View Article

Discipleship R.E

In marks gospel we learn about the nature of discipleship. A disciple is someone who learns form the word of god which comes from Jesus’ teaching. Whereas an apostle is, perhaps in a way, the next stage of discipleship, where they go out and spread the word of god to others making them disciples. They… View Article

R.E Coursework Religion and Medical Issues

Ai) Infertility is when a couple cannot naturally conceive a child. There are many treatments to get around infertility; some of these, may however raise moral issues. There are many treatments available; Fertility drugs are one of these, this is where an infertile woman is given drugs, which stop infertility and make a woman capable… View Article

Why Was Mithraism a Popular Religion?

This is an essay to explain why Mithraism, a famous Roman religion, was popular. I will use images to explain my reasons as well. The cult of Mithras originated in Persia where it was known as Ahuramazda. Mithraism is also known as Mithras -Worship. Mithras was a god of light and truth. They triumphed over… View Article

The Crucible By Arthur Miller – religion and puritan belief

“The Crucible” by Arthur Miller is set in the seventeenth century and involves the Puritan beliefs and religion. The characters in the play are very religious. Anyone who was considered to be a witch was condemned to death. This was because any sort of witchcraft was considered as worshiping the devil, which is totally against… View Article

Prayer in Public Schools

In the essay named “Banning Prayer in Public Schools Has Led to America’s Demise” by Gary Bergel, the argument is made that by removing prayer and any form of religious contemplation has caused America to plummet from righteous living, prosperity and success within the last quarter century. He states that from around June 25, 1962,… View Article

Religious teaching

‘Religious teachings offer the only sound basis for moral reasoning.’ Critically examine arguments for and against this opinion. Morality is the knowledge and practice of what is moral, which may, according to your personal view be instinctive, be associated with religion and culture, or be acquired by reasoning. Most, if not all religions have a… View Article

Festivals are the best way to learn about your faith

“Festivals are the best way to learn about your faith.” Do you agree? Give reasons to support your answer and show that you have thought about different points of view. Refer to Judaism in you answer. (15 marks) According to Jews, each individual has a strong duty to uphold their covenant with God. In fact,… View Article

Knowledge and Understanding of the Confessions of Jeremiah

Outline your knowledge and understanding of the Confessions of Jeremiah Jeremiah was the son of Hilkiah, and a member of a priestly family. He was a native of Judah and came from Anathoth, a small village in the north east of Jerusalem. His prophetic ministry lasted from approximately 626 to 580BC, and is one of… View Article

The ethical principles and teaching of one religion

Examine the ethical principles and teaching of one religion, focussing particularly on what is believed about the nature and value of human life, and the relationship between humans and the environment. Most religions have similar ethical principles and beliefs on the value and nature of human life; however this essay will be focusing on one… View Article

A study of islamic and hindu belief about life after death

The concept of life after death can be traced back to prehistoric periods. Man has always believed there is something beyond death and in our modern scientific world there is no exception. My aim is to explore the concept of life after death in two of the biggest world spread religions today. I will be… View Article

The Inclusivity of Islam

There exists today an innumerable count of religions. This situation occurs simply because the definition of religion includes, “a specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects” (religion, n.d.). Since this definition does not specify what the ‘number of persons’ includes, two people might share a… View Article