Examples: “Getting used to wearing a turban in ninth grade helped increase my self-confidence and, interestingly, my grades went up that year!
” (or) “Feeling judged by my youth group leader helped me better understand how my friend must have been feeling about me; I realized I was essentially doing the same thing to her.” Check out the values displayed in those sentences: self-confidence and empathy. And anyone, no matter the religion or belief system, can get on board with those.
The diffusion of these religions transformed the world theologically.
Hearth of Greek philosophy is found on the northern shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Hearth of Judaism is along the eastern Mediterranean Sea.
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:) If your comment was not approved, it likely did not adhere to these guidelines.This however only obscures the fact that the very concept of "faith" is inherently anti-scientific and cannot be tested by using the scientific method.As all religions rely, at some point, on faith it is easy to show that they are not scientific.Question 2: Where do major religions originate, and how do religions diffuse?Three categories: Monotheistic- one deity/ God Polytheistic- multiple deities/ Gods Animistic- inanimate objects have spirits Throughout history, almost all religions were polytheistic or animistic, or both.Zoroastrianism was developed in the Middle East about 3500 years ago.Many believe Judaism, Christianity, and Islam can be traced to Zoroastrianism.If you are a Premium Magoosh student and would like more personalized service, you can use the Help tab on the Magoosh dashboard. This essay is an original work by User: Rational Thinker.The short answer is this: it’s okay to discuss religion in your essay as long as the take-away (or values) promoted in the essay are universal.Here’s what I mean: In the past, I’ve had students write essay drafts that end with something like, “Since accepting Christ (or) learning to meditate (or) converting to Judaism, I’ve made it my goal to tell others about the difference that Christ/meditation/Judaism can make in their lives.” I call this the “missionary” essay.