Exploring Ethnicity and Nationalism Eden Simpson

1. Identify and briefly explain two ways in which Item A challenges the idea of a single British National Identity. Item A discusses that the priority for most young Muslim Women born and brought up in Britain is subscribing to a “British” Identity. This already mentions the fact that there or more than one religion […]

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High School Education

This paper states that high schools do not present a wide variety of ethnicity, religions and world studies and therefore do not give their students a complete multicultural education High School Education In school, whether it be at the high school or college levels, there are usually lists of books thought as being essential reading. […]

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History of Christanity in Samoa

In the early 1800’s Catholic ministries, Tongan Methodist ministries, and London Missionary Society Ministries all settled in the South Pacific region. Their combined objective was to spread the ‘good news’ far and wide; establishing Christianity in the land of savages who would eventually steer from the error of their pasts and into the light of […]

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Spiritual Mentoring Reflection Paper

This essay will be explanations of spiritual mentoring, reflecting off my mentoring and or being mentored. These will be broken down into three parts that defines and explains spiritual mentoring, contemplate on mentors in my life, and I will discuss people that I am mentoring now. This paper will start with the definitions and explanations […]

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Christianity vs Islam Comparison and Contrast

This is a comparison of two Western Religions that have many cultural similarities yet vary immensely. Christianity and Islam, while both are Western developed religions, are very different in the approaches to their similar goals of creating an environment of peace and balance by worshipping their one God. Christianity is the largest religion in the […]

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The Crusades

The Crusades were a series of holy wars launched by the Christian states of Europe against the Saracens. Back then ‘Saracen’ was a word used to describe a Moslem. In 1095 The Crusades began when Pope Claremont preached the First Crusade at the Council of Claremont. The reason for the Crusades was a war between […]

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