Research Papers/Topics in Religious Studies And Theology

Abortion and Its Moral Implications

INTRODUCTIONNaturally, human beings  are moral  beings for they  make  use  of their reason and juxtapose it with the faculty of their will and intellect in making decisions. Man’s actions are therefore subjected to moral principles due to the gift of reason and freedom that differentiate him from other animals (Steinbock,1998). In ethical commandment, human actions are judged to be right or wrong based on how much they agree with the moral law. Moral law is the law of nature as it con...

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based on truth.Preface Every day of my life there is this questions that pounder within me. As a growing child, and now as an adult; I use to act as though I was a child in my thought and when I play I always play like a child but now I'm grown up.  I  justly  say  I  am  having  certain  answers  to questions that pounder  in  everyday  of  a man's mind.  I  am  keeping  up  to  the  worl...

END TIME THINGS

It is often said that events and trends will take a different turn as the end of the world draws nearer. However, sceptics have always considered it to be another opium of the poor – and as such, it need not to be taken seriously. They believe that whatever happens in the world is just a normal phenomenon that goes with the rise and fall in human existence. They lay their claim on the fact that life has it time of growth and decay – both of which are caused by the actions and inacti...

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT for jmea

Abstract Man is homo religious, that is, a religious man. Hence, man as man cannot but worship something. Religious worship, therefore, as an expressive human act of faith links man to God. More so, in religion, the creature pays homage to the creator. Nigeria is a religious country with many religions of which the cardinal ones are African Traditional Religion, Christianity and Islam. These religious practices through different forms of teachings, doctrines and principles are capab...

CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE AND THE IDEAL HOME

The very nature of human anatomy suggests that men and women are complements to eachother because they cannot procreate alone. Some of the distinctions between them relate tophysiology, some to culture, and some to the way God created us. In spite of visual andotherwise obvious differences, men and women are similar in many ways. They havecommon physical, emotional, social, and religious needs, although each person is unique andpossesses individual characteristics. Amid all the coincidences b...

St. Paul's Letter to Timothy: A model for Christian Leaders in Nigeria.

ABSTRACTPaul the Apostle, a personality known for efficient and exemplary type of life, profusely wrote and taught the  acceptable codes and conducts for a leader who is entrusted with the  mantle of leadership and all these codes and conducts for acceptable leadership are highlighted in several Pauline epistles in form of individual letters or letters to the Church (Theological books). Paul the Apostle, having identified his prowess through the divine unction from God, continued to...

The Concept of Death and Afterlife: The Christians and The Tiv Religious Perspectives

A comparative approach  between  the Tiv and the Christian  concept  of dearth  and  life after death. 

HARMONIOUS RELIGIOUS COEXISTENCE IN THE BARRACKS- A MODEL APPROACH FOR HUMANITY

INTRODUCTIONAt the very heart of nature and human existence is religion. Not only does it give order to a just society, it also offers explanation to the ultimate meaning of life, and how to live accordingly in relation to other human beings. Thus Nottingham (2004) describes religion as; A cultural tool by means of which man has been able to accommodate himself to his experience in his total environment including his fellow group members, the sacred and the world of nature.CHAPTER ONEINT...

A REVIEW ON THE CHURCH’S TEACHING ON THE NEW LITURGY ABOUT THE CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST.

THE CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARISTThe church holds the liturgy in high esteem as the source and summit of its life. Hence, the worthy celebration of the liturgy (Holy Eucharist) is the source of strength and efficacy in the work of evangelization. The church’s teachings are anchored on the event of the Last supper when Christ Jesus entrusted to her (the church) his beloved bride , the memorial of his death and resurrection through his institution of the Eucharistic sacrifice of his body and b...

THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

ABSTRACTThe study intend to determine whether theory and practice of continuous assessment are effective or ineffective and the problems hindering primary schools with prospect in the nearest future. The research will work towards introducing the topic and the case study, i.e. selected primary schools, as the study advance aims, objective significance of the study will follow. Added to this literature review, will be extensively examine by measuring the degree of performance of pupils using C...

THE IMPACT OF CHRISTIANITY ON RURAL AREAS (CASE STUDY OF THE OGONI’S)

ABSTRACTThe impact of Christianity on rural areas with direct reference to Ogoni traditional religion in every way would be better appreciated when one takes the mind back to the conflicting experienceencountered by the earlymissionaries and the colonial masters, who had a lot to do to convince their victims to drop their basic traditional worshipping for Christianity.This paper shall dwell on the positive and negative impact of Christianity on the Ogoni traditional worship with respect to ru...

What does the Bible say about financial giving, and what role is the church playing in educating believers on giving.

ABSTRACTThe world’s financial system is definitely imperfect, and sinful people do sinful things.  Ponzi schemes multiply, corrupt tax policy exists, the theft of savings through inflation is very real, the rich oppress the poor, loan sharks prey on the vulnerable, benchmark interest rates are lied about, contract law is violated, increasing debt is viewed as a good thing, and politicians lie about so many things to give people a fall sense of security.  However, it...

THE COMPATIBILITY OF ISLAM WITH DEMOCRACY

OVERVIEWThe Paper focuses on the compatibility of Islam with democracy. Democracy requires the existence of certain procedures in order to guarantee its principles, Islam as a universal Religion enjoys an inner vitality which enables it to survive in all kinds of culture or environment. In this paper we have x-rayed, the Historical and political governance in Islam, the Islamic teachings and how compatible they are with modern day democracy. TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction.........................

MIDDLE EAST CRISIS, IMPLICATION FOR MUSLIMS

OverviewThe conflict in the Middle East is specifically between Israeli and Palestinians, there are a number of underlying factors which brought about this crisis, this factors ranges from the Middle East oil, The Israeli invasion of Palestinian territories,  the Bomb attacks on the Israeli from the Palestinians etc. This paper focuses on how this crisis has affected the Muslims.TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction....................................................................................


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