Social and organizational differences between Protestant denominations
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
The differences between social and organizational systems in Protestant denominations is quite clear to most people who have shopped around for a new church or a new denomination. Protestants, in general, are very socially active in their churches, but there are differences in the ways...
By: Cody Hodge
What is radicalism in relious thought? It would seem that you almost have to be a radical in order to keep your faithful following you, and you have to be a really big voice to keep so many people involved with you without question. The...
Language and Culture
By: Adelani Aderemi
Which came first, language or culture? The answer to this question must be found in the Creator's book itself, the Bible. First and foremost, of itself, the Bible says All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for...
By: Avril Defleurey
Antisemitism, also spelled anti-semitism or anti-Semitism; also known as Judaeophobia (Judaeo means Jewish) - is hostility towards Jewish people, or prejudice. Somebody who is prejudice usually has a preconceived, negative judgment of persons or a group. The word Semite includes all persons supposedly descended...
Handwriting is becoming a Lost Art
By: Simonne Liberty
It would be a disgrace to humanity if the written words of text, would fade away like the corner mail boxes, and public phone booths.Progress sometimes becomes a risk of setting humanity backwards, instead of going forward. Ask many senior citizens what they think...
History of an economist
By: M. J. Joachim
An Economist Journey in Society The study of the economy is a vast and varied field with many specialties throughout each aspect and component of it. Economists take on the task of analyzing information as it pertains to economic growth and development, thereby drawing predictions...
Conservatism in religious thought: An analysis
By: Elizabeth M Young
"Those who say that religion and politics don't mix, know neither" - Mahatma Gandhi In July, "The Atlantic" published an analysis of religion and social ideology which identified the Mormons as the most conservative religious group in America. Last November's turnover of the Gay Marriage...
Will Written Text Survive as a Communication Medium
By: Elizabeth M Young
In the military, the common term for written text is "hard copy". There will always be reasons to produce and maintain "hard copies" of written material. There will be no end to legal documents which provide proof of ownership or identity, document contractual obligations, or...
How is religion related to social life?
By: Megan Stoddard
Religion is a piece of everyone's social identity, every bit as much as gender, ethnic, and national identity. Often, religion is correlated with ethnic and/or national identity, if not one and the same. If you are Jewish or Hindu, your religion and ethnic identity are...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Orthodox Judaism is composed of many groups who share certain common beliefs and adhere to certain common structures in their religion. There is no organized, centrally led group that can be called "Orthodox Judaism", because the term, itself is very recent and is mostly used...

 

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