UNT PHIL 2400 - Final Exam Study Guide (10 pages)

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Final Exam Study Guide

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Definitions of over 60 terms that will be on the final exam.


Pages:
10
Type:
Study Guide
School:
University of North Texas
Course:
Phil 2400 - Reli & Ameri Soc
Edition:
1

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PHIL 2400 1st Edition Final Exam Study Guide 1 Establishment Clause a Statements in first amendment of the Bill of Right prohibiting the United States Congress from passing legislation respecting an establishment of religion 2 Free Exercise Clause a Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting thereof 3 Religion in the Constitution aside from the First Amendment 4 Pluralism a The free existence of many faiths b Separate religions exist side by side and maintain their differences 5 Post pluralism a The new combinations that occur as people borrow religious ideas and practices from one another b Religions consciously or unconsciously borrow from one another and combine ideas and practices 6 The 4 C s a Creeds explanations about the meaning of human life i Catholicism God is the creator of the universe and is largely unreachable original sin Jesus is God s son Mary is the mother of Jesus ii Protestantism personal connection with God priesthood of all Jesus is the savior Grace is a gift from God belief in Jesus and God is most important b Codes rules that govern everyday behavior i Catholicism following the 7 Sacraments keeping up with the Pope ii Protestantism personal connection with God is possible announcing belief c Cultuses rituals to act out the understandings expressed in creeds and codes i Catholicism communion baptism eucharist etc going to mass every Sunday morning ii Protestantism acts out some of the sacraments prayer as a group having massive conversion meetings to lead people to belief in God d Communities groups of people either formally or informally bound together by the creed code and cultus they share i Catholicism organized liturgy Pope bishops etc creates clustered groups of Catholics due to Sunday morning mass at the church ii Protestantism began to emphasis social justice and brought many different denominations of Protestants together to improve conditions revival meetings 7 Cantwell v Connecticut 194 a



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