Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion multi-part question and need an explana

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.” In what way(s) could the period between the thirteenth and the seventeenth centuries in the history of the Muslim world be considered a period of ascendancy? Discuss why that period is called a period of ascendancy. “Students are expected to use at least a total of 5 academic references (reference journals, articles, or books) in their papers. The paper will be graded based on 5 criteria: content, language/clarity, references, organization, and completeness. Late papers will not be accepted unless accompanied by a documented excuse.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion writing question and need an explanatio

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.” In what way(s) could the period between the thirteenth and the seventeenth centuries in the history of the Muslim world be considered a period of ascendancy? Discuss why that period is called a period of ascendancy. “Students are expected to use at least a total of 5 academic references (reference journals, articles, or books) in their papers. The paper will be graded based on 5 criteria: content, language/clarity, references, organization, and completeness. Late papers will not be accepted unless accompanied by a documented excuse.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion discussion question and need an explana

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.You will research a Native American or African community’s culture, oral tradition, religious texts, historical background, and current beliefs and practices.Choose a community from one of the following lists:Native American options:Hopi
Navajo
Apache
Cherokee
Sioux
African Community options:Zulu
Maasai
Kikuyu
Yoruba
Igbo
In a 15-20-slide presentation with slide notes (not including title slide and reference slide), address the following elements:Name of the Native American community or African Tribal Religion and the historical religious beliefs and practices of that group.
How historical beliefs and religious practices have been influenced (positively or negatively) by the dominant surrounding culture. Include specific examples.
Current religious beliefs and practices and the part they play in the daily life of a typical member of the community.
Elements of the traditional religion that a Christian would need to consider when sharing the Christian faith/gospel with a person from this community.
Evaluation of the impact American or European policy has had on Native American or African Tribal Religion beliefs and practices.
How current and future governmental policies could impact personal beliefs and practices of that community in the future.
Be creative. Include a title slide, reference slide(s), and slide notes that provide detailed explanation of slide information.As a research option, interview a Native American or African, medicine man, shaman, or museum expert about that community. If you would like to take pictures during your visit to this community, museum, or place of worship be sure to obtain permission.Utilize the course textbook and a minimum of three additional academic resources, one of which can be your interview and should include topic materials and external resources such as resources from the GCU Library or Theology Commons.
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Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion question and need an explanation and an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.You will research a Native American or African community’s culture, oral tradition, religious texts, historical background, and current beliefs and practices.Choose a community from one of the following lists:Native American options:Hopi
Navajo
Apache
Cherokee
Sioux
African Community options:Zulu
Maasai
Kikuyu
Yoruba
Igbo
In a 15-20-slide presentation with slide notes (not including title slide and reference slide), address the following elements:Name of the Native American community or African Tribal Religion and the historical religious beliefs and practices of that group.
How historical beliefs and religious practices have been influenced (positively or negatively) by the dominant surrounding culture. Include specific examples.
Current religious beliefs and practices and the part they play in the daily life of a typical member of the community.
Elements of the traditional religion that a Christian would need to consider when sharing the Christian faith/gospel with a person from this community.
Evaluation of the impact American or European policy has had on Native American or African Tribal Religion beliefs and practices.
How current and future governmental policies could impact personal beliefs and practices of that community in the future.
Be creative. Include a title slide, reference slide(s), and slide notes that provide detailed explanation of slide information.As a research option, interview a Native American or African, medicine man, shaman, or museum expert about that community. If you would like to take pictures during your visit to this community, museum, or place of worship be sure to obtain permission.Utilize the course textbook and a minimum of three additional academic resources, one of which can be your interview and should include topic materials and external resources such as resources from the GCU Library or Theology Commons.
Requirements: In question details

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion multi-part question and need a sample d

Learning Goal: I’m working on a religion multi-part question and need a sample draft to help me learn.READING RESPONSE JOURNAL
Requirements: Must be 2 pages long (800 words), Times New Roman, 12-point font, and
double spaced by responding to the following questions:
1. What are the main claims of these two readings?
2. How would you summarize their central arguments?
3. Are the arguments persuasive? Why? Why not?
4. How are these two works in conversation with one another, and with other readings?
5. What questions arose for you while reading?
Prompt: The directions are stated above so now your job is to read and do a reading response
for Chapter 3 titled “Evolution” and Chapter 5 titled “Soul and Body” from the book Religion and
Science by Bertrand Russell.
*Follow the requirements listed above and ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS*
Requirements: 850 words   |   .doc file