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Philosophy 12: Religions of the World - Final Exam Essay Topics Prof. Smith, College of the Desert, Fall Semester, 2016 1) Compare and contrast the different conceptions of karma developed respectively in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. 2) Compare and contrast the different conceptions of moksha developed respectively in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism. 3) Discuss the Confucian concepts of li, ren, and shu. 4) Discuss the salient Zoroastrian influences on the Abrahamic monotheisms. 5) Discuss the salient differences between Roman Catholicism and Reformation Christianity. 6) "St. Paul is the historical founder of the Christian religion". Discuss and evaluate. 7) Compare and contrast the Jesus of Christianity with the Issa of Islam. 8) Discuss some of the historical and religious conflicts between the Sunni and the Shia.
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Introduction.
Roman Catholicism refers to the polity, faith or doctrine of the Catholic Church which
originated from Rome. It is under the authority of pope who is the bishop of Rome and he is
assisted in leadership by bishops who are made to be through ordination and held to be the
successors of Peter and the apostles of the early church. It has branch churches in many countries
around the world (Roman Ctholicism, n.d.).
Reformed Christianity refers to a spiritual movement that emerged in the early days of
sixteenth century with the aim to reform the Roman Catholic Church which lead to formation of
the present protestant churches all over the world. (Reformation, n.d.).
Differences between Roman Catholicism and Reformation Christianity.
In the Catholic Church they believe that their traditions formulated by the leaders and
community are authoritative as the scripture which is contrary to the reformed Christians whom
value traditions equally but they take the scripture as the only authority and rule of practice and
faith.
Christians believe that only God is the head of the church and no one is allowed to
assume the universal primacy over the church (people of God) while the Catholics believe that
the pope and bishop of Rome is the universal head of the seeable church since he is held to be the
successor of Peter.
Roman catholic church believe and educate the believers that after death whoever has not
made good satisfaction of his/her sins in lifetime the departed soul will go to purgatory to cater
for his/her sins before they proceed to heaven which is the opposite of the reformed Christianity

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