Some extra reading on Karl Marx below. The NCCA document is particularly useful.
This is a sample essay to assist you. Do Not plagiarise. Use it as an extra resourse. https://studyclix.ie/content/file/uploads/3/3eb642ae-409a-4bff-a90c-39bf6e908dc5.pdf
Follow the link for updated data on Religious belief’s In Ireland as answered in the 2016 census.
Gender roles in Islam This video contains information on both Islam and Christianity.
A selection of Sample Essays and resources to assist you all with this section. Thanks to the people at studyclix.
What is the World Council of Churches? The World Council of Churches is a fellowship of churches which confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the scriptures, and therefore seek to fulfil together their common calling to the glory of the one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. NB: The Roman Catholic Church is NOT a member.
The Irish Council of Churches The Irish Council of Churches was founded in 1923 in the aftermath of the civil war and is the formal national body through which our member churches formally engage, dialogue and act on a wide variety of issues. We are established by our member churches and funded by them
A Celtic Pilgrimage With John O’Donohue John O’Donohue’s website. John’s book Anam Cara was published and became an international best-seller
Christianity: beliefs about creation and evolution Many of the world’s religions have ideas and beliefs about the origin of the universe, including people and animals. Usually these take the form of creation accounts in the sacred books of the religions concerned.
Islamic belief about the environment The Qur’an says that Allah (God) is the Creator of the world. Human beings are on the world as trustees or ‘viceregents’ – they are told to look after the world for Allah and for the future:
There will be peace on earth when there is peace among the world religions.”
“No world peace without peace among religions;
no peace among religions without dialog between religions.”
From “Global Responsibility,” a book by Hans Küng, Theologian