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The World's Religions Topics for Discussion

Huston Smith
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Discuss the Hindu concept of worshipping God according to one's chosen ideal.

Describe the origin of the Khalsa and the five K's in Sikhism.

Explain the meaning of the Buddha's parable of the arrow.

In what sense do the Chinese refer to Confucius as "the first teacher"?

How did Islam elevate the status of women?

Identify the meanings of Sufi love mysticism and visionary mysticism.

Give details about the Jewish understanding of their suffering.

How is the nature of God disclosed in the Exodus story?

What is the meaning of the statement that it was the disciple's experience that first drew them to Jesus?

Discuss the Protestant concept of "faith".

What is the primal concept of "everywhen" and discuss how it affects their culture.

Compare the temptations of Jesus and the Buddha.

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