“Evolution” of Religion by Renee` Stewart & Nick Falcon

December 12, 2014
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Introduction The theory of evolution has been around for centuries. Catholicism has been known to exist after Christianity. Christianity came from Judaism, which came from a line of other religions however you view it. Regardless if you believe in evolution or the idea of the seed or creationism; there was a then and here we […]

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A Pope, a Darwinist, and someone who believes in the Big Bang walk into a bar

December 11, 2014
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Besides the fact that the Pope would probably not enter a bar in the first place, this sound like the set up to a bad joke. That said, these three might get along a lot better now that the Pope has made the spectacular announcement that the prevailing scientific theories are not necessarily out of […]

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Middle East Time Bomb

December 19, 2014
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The article that I chose to analyze for this particular assignment deal with Pope Francis and his views on Evolution and The Big Bang Theory. Recently Pope Francis has made a big “revolution” when we are talking about Christianity. For those who do not know Pope Francis , well know that he is one of […]

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Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays? By Jennifer Sotelo

December 18, 2014
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In my analysis I will be talking about Christmas, yes I said Christmas. Christmas is suppose to be a day of joy and celebration. Wherever I am during the month of December I always hear people say “Merry Christmas!” or “Happy Holidays.” To me I feel like they both have the same meaning and understanding. […]

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Same-Sex Marriage in the Courtroom; Amanda Harkin

December 18, 2014
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Same-Sex Marriage in the Courtroom Amanda Harkin Same sex marriage court rulings have been all over the news recently. supreme courts in over 30 states have either overturned bans on gay marriage or are currently reviewing cases regarding bans. Religious beliefs on homosexuality have influenced a debate on whether gay marriage should be legalized in […]

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Religion in Sports

December 18, 2014
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By Matthew Swanson Religion in Sports Today I plan to go over the involvement of religion in sports. In high school, having just completed that a couple years ago, there are public schools and private schools. Many public schools we were not allowed to combine our religion with our sports, but many times when I […]

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Homosexuality v. Christianity: The Battle of Marriage Rights

December 18, 2014
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Homosexuality is arguably the hottest topic of the 21st Century. With tensions continuously rising between “separate communities”, it doesn’t seem crazy that there would be conflict. In many people’s minds their beliefs are the only beliefs.  The best way to describe the relationship between homosexuality and Christianity is a battle. Homosexuality takes a little ground […]

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Isis in the Media by Armina Jukovic

December 18, 2014
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Illustration by Tom Bachtell

The first article I decided to assess is called,“In Search of a Strategy” By Steve Coll written on September 7th, 2014 . The Author is Steve Coll and some background information on him is Steve Coll is an American journalist, author, and business executive. He is currently the dean of Columbia Journalism School. He is a […]

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The Final Dalai Lama: Religious or Political?

December 18, 2014
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By Ashley Steffes The tradition of the Dalai Lama has been a central part of Tibetan Buddhism for centuries. He is seen as a spiritual leader, not only to Tibetans, but millions around the world. Westerners see the 14th Dalai Lama as a simple man, clothed in red and yellow robes. He is almost always […]

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