Religion and the Search for Meaning in Our Lives Good podcast from BBC Radio 4
There is a deep human need to make sense of the world but do we really need religion? A Muslim, a Buddhist and a Humanist discuss belief and how it informs their lives. Guests: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Dharmachari Gujapati and Marilyn Mason.
The Truman Show
When life isn’t quite as it seems….. As discussed in today’s class..
Search For Meaning Through Music
Good Prezi to help with Essay number one ladies…
sample-essay This is a sample essay for this section. DO NOT plagiarise, it is by no means a perfect essay and is not to used as a crutch.
sample-essay-2 Another example, same rules as above apply….
The search for meaning and values by Eoin Cassidy From the Veritas ‘Into the Classroom’ series: Eoin G. Cassidy looks at how we derive and process the great questions concerning the meaning of life at large and one’s own life in particular. This is excellent extra reading.
Have a watch ladies. This is really a very interesting religion. Promotes gender equality. Doesn’t allow converts and is pre-Islamic.
Book of Mormon, Opening number.
It still makes me Laugh even just the opening number.
BBC Religions, Mormonism.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was founded in 19th Century America and has over 12 million members world-wide, including 190,000 in the UK.
The Church is centered on Christ, but has substantial differences in belief to the Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox Christian Churches.
Pantheism explained. Youtube clip
World first Pantheist was a Donegal man! His name was John Toland.
This is an Irish times article it concerns a book written by Ian Leask who was my philosophy lecturer in Mater Dei.
God is all and all is God