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Chasidism: A History
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An eight page paper looking at this pivotal movement of Judaism, as it developed in the eighteenth century and as it is practiced today. Particular attention is given to the underlying philosophy of Chasidism and its proselytizing activity. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KBchasid.wps

Conservative Judiasm / The Movement
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A 5 page paper that postulates that the Conservative Movement was designed to meet a specific need to westernize Judaism for Americans. As such, it has been the sect to evolve with its congregation. Although numbers may be dropping in membership, strong points are made to prove that there is little difference in the liturgical teachings between all the sects--and therefore the Conservatives aren't all that liberal just because they allow inter-marriage and woman in the rabbinical. Because of the amount of foresight, Jewish youth prefer it to other sects. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Judaism.wps

Judaism & The Chosen People
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A 4 page research paper on the history and religious tradition of 'The Chosen People.' The writer describes the concept of 'the chosen people' in Judaism and its role in Judaism and Jewish theology. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Chosenpe.doc

Judaism vs. Oriental Religion / A Comparison
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A 5 page essay examining the differences and similarities between these major fields of religion. The writer shows how each has a different view of reality while still retaining certain commonalties in regards to ethical behavior. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Judor.wps

Religion: The ritual and Myth of Judaism
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In 5 pages the author discusses the ritual and myth of Judaism, giving a brief overview of Judaism along with general information. Judaism is more than a religion and more than a people; it is a way of life. Judaism combines ethics, spiritualism, and peoplehood. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Pcjudarm.doc

Role of Jewish Women in Shtetl Life Before 1917
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A 6 page research paper that examines the role of women in Judaism in Eastern Europe prior to 1917. The writer particularly concentrates on the work of Jewish author and historian, Yaffa Eliach, and her book, There Once Was a World, which describes life in the shtetl of Eishyshok, which was located in Lithuania. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: 99shetel.wps

Traditions of Judaism / How Chasidim Differ
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8 pages in length. An analytical examination of 'tradition' as it relates to modern Jewish people. Based upon experience and library research, the writer argues that many contemporary Jews have lost sight of tradition and attempt to offer some historic explanation as to why. The differences between Chasidic, Conservative, and Reformed Jews are discussed in great detail to illustrate points made. An informative history and overview of the Chasidic people is provided. Bibliography lists 10 supporting sources.
Filename: Jewstrad.wps

Two Religions--One Family
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A 9 page research paper which discusses the effects of maintaining two religions. Four real-life scenarios describe the joys and heartbreaks involved in this dual-relationship struggle. A brief background into Judaism and Catholicism is included. Bibliography contains five sources.
Filename: Famireli.wps

Satan And The Book Of Job
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5 pages in length. Say the word Satan, and most people immediately think of a devilish character who inflicts torturous pain and misery on his victims. But the Satan known in the Book of Job was not such a malevolent being; in fact, it was with the permission of God that he imposed harm upon Job, a faithful servant to God. The writer defines Satan's place within the Book of Job and briefly describes his actions with respect to Taoism. Bibliography included.
Filename: Satanjob.doc

The Book of Job - Chapter One
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This 5 page report discusses the first chapter of the Old Testament's Book of Job. The first chapter introduces the reader to the hardships Job must endure and as the chapter ends, Job proclaims some of the most famous lines of any section of the Bible - ' . . . the Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord.' Bibliography lists only the book itself as a source.
Filename: Bkofjob.wps

Book of Job / Divine Justice
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A 5 page paper that provides and overview of the discourse between Job and his friends in The Book of Job and reflects on the impact of this discourse on the concept of divine justice. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
Filename: Bookjob2.wps

The Book of Job / Court Imagery
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A 5 page paper that considers the use of court imagery in the Book of Job. The writer contends that court imagery is an effective means of supporting the themes of suffering and justice in the work. Bibliography with 2 sources.
Filename: Bookjob.wps

Understanding Paradise Lost Book I
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This five-page paper explores the reasons John Milton gave Satan such strong qualities in Book I of Paradise Lost. Bibliography lists one source.
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Satire in Gulliver's Travels
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Gulliver's Travels has long been recognized as a work of exquisite satire. The Travels represent the society of the Puritans that Jonathan Swift found himself among and whom all things were serious and strict. His playfulness in presentation that dominates books I through III are a counterbalance to the serious satirical nature of book IV. There are a number of parodies in the book, most of them concerning the society of Puritans and, or Protestant thought of the time. This 3 page paper explores a few of the parodies in the book and briefly compares it with Voltaire's Candide. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KTsatgul.wps


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