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  • World Religions - Introduction
    The Campus Bookstore Each section below represents one quarter s worth of material Please read the lectures and the textbook sections required for each There will be questions and a ten page paper required for each quarter R201 Part One Characteristics of religions and approaches to the study of religion Read Hopfe Religions of the World Overview Do a paper on theories of the origin of religion paper must be a minimum of 10 typed pages with at least 5 outside sources Answer these questions at least a paragraph should be written for each question 1 What is the definition of religion 2 List the four types of religious syustems and tell where each may be found 3 What is the value of studying religions that you do not believe in R202 Part Two Overview of the world s religions High God Concept Primitive Religion Animism Polytheism Atheism and Agnosticism Read Hopfe Religions of the World Basic Religions please also read the following articles in Encyclopaedia Britannica High God Atheism Agnosticism Do a paper on either a High God Concept or b Atheism paper must be a minimum of 10 typed pages with at least 5 outside sources Answer these questions at least a paragraph should be written for each question 1 What are the two primary sources of information about basic or primitive religions How trustworthy are these sources 2 Give a definition of each of the following a animism b agnosticism c atheism d polythesism e magic R203 Part Three Overview of the world s religions Hinduism Buddhism Confucianism Taoism Sikkhism Shintoism Judaism Zoroastrianism Islam Bahai and Christianity The Christian s attitude toward other religions Read Hopfe Relgions of the World Religions Originating in India Religions Originating in China and Religions Originating in the Middle East Do a

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  • LR201 Logical Reasoning and Research
    books Then the student will be required to answer in essay form the questions found at the end of the lectures Time Requirements LR201 Logical Reasoning and Research is designed to be completed in one quarter Textbooks Click on a title below to order the textbooks Introduction to Logic Irving M Copi Carl Cohen Hardcover Published 1997 The Modern Researcher Ships in 2 3 days Jacques Barzun Henry F Graff Hardcover Published 1992 Quartz Hill School of Theology Amazon com is pleased to have Quartz Hill School of Theology in the family of Amazon com associates We ve agreed to ship books and provide customer service for orders we receive through special links on Quartz Hill School of Theology Amazon com associates list selected books in an editorial context that helps you choose the right books We encourage you to visit Quartz Hill School of Theology often to see what new books they ve selected for you Thank you for shopping with an Amazon com associate Sincerely Jeff Bezos President Amazon com Books P S We guarantee you the same high level of customer service you would receive at Amazon com If you have a question about an order you

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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology Library: Web Books
    the Bridegroom Christ by St John of the Cross The Imitation of Christ by Thomas Kempis Christian Classics Ethereal Library Harry Plantinga Wheaton C this site has everything from Calvin s Commentaries to Pilgrim s Progress and the Church Fathers Augustine Augustine Page James J O Donnell U Penn Confessions Harry Plantinga Wheaton C Confessions A Bibliography text file Handbook on Faith Hope and Love Martin Luther Project Wittenberg classic and historic texts written by Lutherans Rev Bob Smith Concordia Theological Seminary Selected Works of Martin Luther Philip Melanchthon Paul Gerhardt The Book of Concord John Wesley A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the People Called Methodists Harry Plantinga Wheaton C Sermons Church History Ecole Chronology Project innovative forms based timeline of early church history organized both temporally and geographically choose a temporal era to generate a page of available geographical coverage for that era then choose a geographical locale to generate a list of dated events specific to that locale The forms approach also allows the user to jump temporally forwards or backwards in set increments from any point Ecole Early Church On Line Encyclopedia Anthony Beavers U Evansville Gregory of Nyssa Page translated texts and introductions to work of Bishop of Nyssa ca 335 394 AD David A Saloman Brother Casimir McCambley Guide to Early Church Documents extensive HTML archive John Brubaker Gary Bogart On Line Reference Book for Medieval Studies Isobel Stark U Sheffield General Bible Matthew Henry s Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible searchable by section of the Bible World Wide Study Bible conceived as a means of organizing all of the Bible related resources on the WWW according to scripture reference press on the link to a chapter of the Bible and go to a menu of all known online versions e

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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology Library: Encyclopedias
    general encyclopedia Ecole Early Church On Line Encyclopedia A sophisticated in progress hypertext encylcopedia of early church history The Catholic Encyclopedia An on line version of the standard reference work on Catholicism Encyclopedia Mystica An on line encyclopedia on mythology folklore mysticism and more Encyclopedia Mythica An on line encyclopedia on mythology folklore mysticism and more Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy An unfinished reference to philosophical topics being written at Stanford

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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology Library: Dictionaries
    About Us Bookstore Catalog Courses Library The Journal Areopagus Contact Us Dictionaries Online Dictionary General online dictionary Easton s Bible Dictionary The Skeptic s Dictionary School Church Publishing Writers Remata Christianity We Believe Home About Us Bookstore Catalog Courses Library

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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology Library: Journals and Newspapers
    Studies TC A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism Bibliotheca Sacra Westminster Theological Journal Theonomy and Theocracy A journal that debunks Christian Reconstructionism The Founders Journal A journal by Southern Baptists who are Reformed in their theology and are calling Southern Baptists to their Reformed roots First Things A Journal of Religion and Public Life The Christian Activist A Journal of Orthodox Opinion Harvard Theological Review Journal for Christian Theological Research Journal of Religious and Theological Information Tables of content and abstracts of articles only The Living Pulpit Journal Master s Seminary Journal McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry The Mennonite Quarterly Review Devoted to the scholarly study of the Anabaptist Mennonite tradition La Revue Reformee A French theological journal in French Semper Reformanda A Journal for Lutheran Reformation Sojourners Faith Politics Culture Truth An International Inter Disciplinary Journal of Christian Thought Wesleyan Theological Journal Science Scientific American Sky and Telescope Discover Magazine The Astrophysical Journal Science News Nature Icarus International Journal of Solar System Studies The National Space Society The Planetary Society Computer Byte PC Magazine ZD Net General Interest U S News and World Report Los Angeles Times New York Times USA Today The Jerusalem Post The Baptist Press

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  • Quartz Hill School of Theology Library: Links to Other Sites
    Debate Episcopal Church USA Nazarene Online Church Library contains Wesleyan materials also New Church Church of the New Jerusalem Home Page Swedenborg The Orthodox Christian Foundation Pentecostal Charismatic Theological Inquiry International Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics Presbyterian Reformed Church Reformed Episcopal Church Revival and Moral Government Theology a version of Arminian theology Solo Christo A New Covenant and Calvinistic Web Site Sola Scriptura Ministries A Reformed Theology Resource Southern Baptist Convention statement of belief Sovereign Grace Theology Resources Calvinist Tradition Thornwell Hall Interesting Reformed Theology site Wesley Center for Applied Theology United Methodist Church One Network The Evangelical Universalist Xrysostom A site for Lutheran LCMS theology All in One Christian Index The Armchair Theological Society reproductions of old Calvinistic Baptist theological writers Charles R Biggs Theology page Christian Classics Ethereal Library A collection of classic Christian texts Christian Poets Resource Galaxy s Theology Page Guide to Philosophy on the Internet Holy Spirit Page Search Recent Dissertations in Philosophy Religion and Theology Religion Resources on the Internet Westminster Confession Theological Comic Relief Theology on the Web Apologetics Opposed to the Faith Secular Web Council on Secular Humanism Skeptics Society Victor J Stenger Professor of Physics and Astronomy University of Hawaii Author of Not By Design The Origin of the Universe Prometheus Books 1988 Why Christians Suck Defenders of the Faith Unravelling Witgenstein s Net A Christian Think Tank Christian Research Institute Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry Apologetics Press Apologetics Online Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics Christian Answers Net Science and Religion Talk Origins Archive Hugh Ross Reasons to Believe History ABZU A guide to resources for the study of the Ancient Near East available on the Internet This is a project and publication of the Research Archives of the Oriental Institute Chicago Cambridge Egyptology Material Cultures of the Ancient

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  • Cartwheel Galaxy
    smaller intruder galaxy possibly one of two objects to the right of the ring that careened through the core of the host galaxy Like a rock tossed into a lake the collision sent a ripple of energy into space plowing gas and dust in front of it Expanding at 200 000 miles per hour this cosmic tsunami leaves in its wake a firestorm of new star creation Hubble resolves bright blue knots that are gigantic clusters of newborn stars and immense loops and bubbles blown into space by exploding stars supernovae going off like a string of firecrackers The Cartwheel Galaxy presumably was a normal spiral galaxy like our Milky Way before the collision This spiral structure is beginning to re emerge as seen in the faint arms or spokes between the outer ring and bulls eye shaped nucleus The ring contains at least several billion new stars that would not normally have been created in such a short time span and is so large 150 000 light years across our entire Milky Way Galaxy would fit inside Hubble s new view does not solve the mystery as to which of the two small galaxies might have been the intruder The blue galaxy is disrupted and has new star formation which strongly suggests it is the interloper However the smoother looking companion has no gas which is consistent with the idea that gas was stripped out of it during passage through the Cartwheel Galaxy Hubble s detailed view shows the knot like structure of the ring produced by large clusters of new star formation Hubble also resolves the effects of thousands of supernovae on the ring structure One flurry of explosions blew a hole in the ring and formed a giant bubble of hot gas Secondary star formation on the

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