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Essay example - Revelation of religion

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Religion and Theology
Pages 4 (1004 words)
This essay is written from Munthir Ali, 21 year old Muslim. Yet, Ali is learning different religions, is tolerant to them and has been exposed to different religious beliefs. Learning about the laws of Torah and the Bible has been instrumental in me accepting new religions. …

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Right from the beginning of the essay we see that Islam has taught how to respond to heart's emotions such as anger, love, lust and happiness. It has taught how to react to an enemy or how to come to a resolution towards an argument with a friend. It has taught to care for the needy, to contribute to community and to fight for equality and justice. Islam has taught to be a better person, not to just follow my religion but believe and love it. Then the essay focuses on the factors that have made the writer look over different religions and learning those religions. The paper describes the writer's learning about the laws of Torah and the Bible. They teach you to accept new religions because, in general, religions are fascinating natural world wonders. The Ten Commandments, in particular, were written to govern and facilitate good relationships among men, as well as between God and mankind. The paper describes the writer's learning about the Judeo-Christian myth. Judeo-Christian tradition is grounded on a contradiction in abjection that has established the course of history at the wrong way. It connects within one breath two ideas that are completely incompatible. Next goes the numerous people, who completely misinterpret the expression ‘religion. The actual meaning of religion is to feel that condition of being tied or connected to the God – to our beginnings as well as our Infinity. In conclusion, we see a wrap up of all the religious positions that have been spoken about in the essay, going through the arguments in the essay. ...
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