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    Morality and Religion Debate In an organized religion debate, Alan Dershowitz and Alan Keyes contended many issues on religion and morality. Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor, believed that "morality can be maintained without religion." He also stated that it must be maintained without religion because times have changed. He said that if religion is not separated from state it could have severe damage, such as the Crusades and the Holocaust. Dershowitz believes that there is a difference

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    the Science Versus Religion Debate In Alfred North Whitehead’s “Religion and Science”, he nullifies the argument between the religious factions and scientists of the world by eliminating all grounds for the argument. Although debated to the “ends of the Earth”, Whitehead points out that these two subjects are actually based upon events that are unrelated. He states “Science is concerned with the general conditions which are observed to regulate phenomenon; whereas religion is wholly wrapped

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    The debate between religions and science has taken a long time and consumed scientific and religious efforts. Each side has its own evidences and they are all strong. But if you look at them with your attention, you will find that there is no clash between them! I mean science supports religion and, on the other side, religion supports science. It is clear in my religion – Islam – that whatever is mentioned in Qur’an (The Holy Book) must be correct. Even if it is unbelievable these days, it will

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    Science and religion has always been in debate since mankind's sanity.while sceince has proved itself with logical truths, religion has thrived with its people's faith and customs. Can both survive together? While the mere existence and origin of the human kind has made us belive on multiple God theories with various supernatural beings playing its part, does it directly deny the Darwin theory where all mankind are the successor of apes. Or is it that the Big Bang theory is just a redundant theory

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    Neil Postman and The Great Debate of Televised Religion Neil Postman states that religion on television is expressed purely as entertainment. He believes that by making religion more entertaining, sacred rituals and traditions are replaced and lost. In his chapter titled “Shuffle Off to Bethlehem,” Postman describes what he believes to be a fraudulent religious tactic and loss of spirituality through television. Postman also makes a good point when he states that all televised religious matter

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    When looking at religion from an educational perspective, conflicts may arise due to the various interpretations when analyzing religious text. When differing interpretations appear about various topics, this can then lend itself to starting conflict among people with varying opinions. Using the “The Gay Debate” by Matthew Vines as an example, we are able to look at an individual’s interpretation of the Bible regarding the topic of homosexuality and Christianity. When looking at the argument the

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    to Kin Abdulaziz University where he began studies in economics and management but left college in his third year. While at the university he learned Islamic studies and became very intrigued with this religion. Osama's father always urged his children to refrain from politics and religion debate, but Osama seemed interested in government and international politics. In 1973 Osama focused his time and energy on resources and advancement of Islam and Islamism. He also gained higher knowledge in

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    Tennyson's In Memoriam

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    Tennyson's In Memoriam In Memoriam is an elegy to Tennyson's friend Arthur Hallam, but bears the hallmark of its mid nineteenth century context, 'the locus classicus of the science-and-religion debate.'Upon reflection, Hallam's tragic death has proved to be an event that provoked Tennyson's embarkation upon a much more ambitious poetic project than conventional Miltonian elegy, involving meditation upon the profoundest questions faced by mankind. Scientific advancements, most notably in the

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    There are several pet peeves that aggravate me when it comes to religion. They are: religion when it comes to “open” discussion, Religion when it comes to argumental debate and Religion when it comes to the modern media. Religion has always been a touchy subject when it comes to open discussion. It does not matter whether you set ground rules for discussion or not. When the conversations start there is always issues that will arise which could cause someone to get ether offended or to shut themselves

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    capabilities and help them understand success. Elie Wiesel managed to surmount the difficulties of the adversities he faced and managed to rise up and speak of his experiences. The debate team in The Great Debaters survived the troubles they faced in their hometown and managed to win against Harvard and win their debate. Surviving in the hometown where their school and homes were located would of have been troublesome since black people were being hanged by the whites in Texas. Adversity is a key

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