sample on world religions
Future Student
Posted 5/2/2006 7:34 PM (#381)
Subject: sample on world religions


The sample material on world religions does not have a separate topic on Hinduism. Is there a specific reason?
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Laura Phillips
Posted 5/6/2006 6:24 PM (#392 - in reply to #381)
Subject: RE: sample on world religions


Actually, the religions course has a lot of info on Hinduism, but it is not included in the sample, the samples are only a fraction of the true length of the courses, we can't fit everything in in the sample courses, they are only a part of the courses. Hinduism is also addressed in other courses as well, like Gods, Goddesses and Mythology and the Colors and Symbols courses. Don't worry! We haven't left out Hinduism! It is a very important aspect of metaphysical beliefs and practices. India's religions are a cornerstone in metaphysical practices around meditation and such.
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mruppert
Posted 8/25/2006 11:34 PM (#825 - in reply to #381)
Subject: RE: sample on world religions



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Hmmmm.....this is not the time to reply to this post, as it is the end of August, but I hope the future student checks in again.
Hello Future Student: check the bibliography out at the end of the sample lesson....you will find the answer to your question.
The survey of world religion is arguably a comprehensive one, and rigorous. The idea, as I see it, is that you check the sources out...and you will find what you are looking for.
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abdulla
Posted 8/26/2006 9:32 PM (#834 - in reply to #381)
Subject: RE: sample on world religions


you can have direct connection of you are ready to go only with few words in muslim worldyou can enter the unseen world.
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