Religious Studies Sample

Religious Studies


A Religious Dialogue

I believe in the trinity- in God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. I further believe that all these three beings are similar in nature, as espoused by the Nicaean view. None of them is subordinate to the other. Consequently, I believe in the 381 creed, one that is affirmative of the trinity and of the nature of God as the father, the son and the Holy Spirit. This is a view that Arius highly objects to through his theism doctrine, asserting that God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are three different individuals. He thought that the trinity existed, well right, but then, there are not of the same substance, and thus, not of a homoousious nature. Read More


Religious Studies - 1

Love is a descriptive term that can generally refer to feelings, state or attitude towards someone. It could even mean pleasure derived from doing something, like the love for a meal or even interpersonal attraction towards someone…”oh I love her!”This relates to the feelings that you may have towards someone as a form of affection or attachment. It is also a virtue that symbolizes the kindness of man, affection and compassion towards other creatures (Dixon, 2007). Love is can also refer to the general selfless concern and worry for other beings. That said, it is also essential to state that love is one of the most important themes of creative arts being that it is acts a major facilitator especially in regards to the issue of interpersonal relationships and being that it is of very critical to the psychological wellbeing of man. The essay is therefore going to focus on the three forms of love: Eros, romantic and agape with the writer taking a stand in agape love as the most suitable type of love. Read More


Religious Studies - 2

In his lifetime, Aristotle wrote on various subjects, including chemistry, biology, logic, and ethics. The Nicomachean ethics is by far the most popular work by Aristotle. Here, he explores various subjects as he tries to find moral character and virtue. Among the key virtues that Aristotle has discussed is friendship. According to him, friendship can be categorized into three classes namely, friendship of pleasure, friendship of utility, and virtuous friendship. Aristotle maintains that we need to attach a lot of value to friendship seeing that it is completely virtuous, and that it ranks above justice and honor. Aristotle has further broken down the theories of friendship into three different kinds of love. These are self-love of pleasure and self-love of utility, both of which become selfish (Walker, 1979). Read More