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If you do not identify as a Christian, choose one of the Christian perspectives

If you do not identify as a Christian, choose one of the Christian perspectives discussed in the reader and note what you think the pros and cons are of that perspective. If you have a religious identity other than Christian, how does your religious tradition address issues of justice and in what ways is that similar/dissimilar to one of the perspectives presented? This is the source to use for the discussion. I really do not have a religious belief Justice…

Watch the videos and read the reading materials assigned for Module 2, then writ

Watch the videos and read the reading materials assigned for Module 2, then write your second journal assignment in response to the following questions. What is the "diagnosis of the human problem" in Hinduism and what is its cure? How has the study of Hinduism in this module helped you (or not helped you) to think differently about "big questions"? I added all the readings in attachments and I am attaching the links for the videos here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTKERXYjrvE https://www.embodiedphilosophy.com/what-is-samsara/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-WzGwe-BRo&list=PL4C_iHX_BB5EXTbVGNEFCXpiKwugBml-B&index=2&t=0s&app=desktop

Paul’s letters to the Corinthian church address some serious ethical issues the

Paul’s letters to the Corinthian church address some serious ethical issues the young Christian church was facing. In your group, please select a major U.S. city, and write them a letter, for example: a short “letter to Miami” or a “letter to Los Angeles.” Please address a contemporary parallel problem that Paul addresses in the Corinthian letters and, applying the same ethical principles as Paul, offer this urban center some advice. It may be helpful to use the metaphor of…