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The Portrayal of Puritans & Indians in Mary Rowlandson's 'Captivity & Restoration' (Also Known As 'The Sovereignty & Goodness of God')
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A 7 page paper which analyzes how Indian captive and devout Puritan Mary Rowlandson's narrative, 'Captivity & Restoration' (also known as 'The Sovereignty & Goodness of God') recounted an extended encounter between Puritans and Indians; considers how each side viewed each other; evaluates any evidence that each group moved beyond their stereotypes and learned to cooperate and/or accommodate on another; and examines how Rowlandson used her Puritan faith to find meaning or understanding in her ordeal. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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What If… Our Very Beginnings Had Been Reversed?
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A 5 page paper discussing how the character and configuration of the American East Coast might have evolved differently had Puritans come ashore at Jamestown and John Smith had settled the Northeast. The ultimate difference visible today could well be that we would exist as two nations rather than one, for it is likely that early industrial growth may have been centered in the South rather than in the North. As it was, Southern settlers had difficulty establishing lasting settlements because of their arrogance with the Indians and the Indians' eventual bloody impatience with them. Northern settlements experienced far greater continuity because of their greater ability to coexist with the native groups residing there before the settlers arrived, allowing those settlements to progress more linearly. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSvaPur.doc

Women As Priests ?
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A 7 page paper on the controversial issue of womens' ordination. The writer is particularly concerned with the impact that mid-1990's statement made by Pope John Paul II had on the topic ('I declare that the church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the church's faithful'). The discussion continues with the views of other clergy, disparate opinions from different sects of the religion, and so forth. It is concluded that if there is truly some religious reason for barring women from the priesthood, it has not been effectively articulated as of yet and thus, women should be ordained--even though this will not be widely-accepted anytime soon. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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A Discussion on Indian Religion
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A 2.5 page research paper that begins with the interesting premise that the writer has overheard a conversation between a Brahmin priest, a Saiva ascetic and a Saiva tantric practitioner. From there, the definitions of several key terms in the Hindu religion are briefly discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Episcopal Church And Leadership Of Women Within The Church
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This 7 page essay begins with an overview of the Episcopal Church beginning with its establishment as a separate denomination in America in 1783. The writer then discusses the advent of the ordination of women as priests and bishops within this Church and compares this state with the continuing prohibition of women priests and deacons in the Catholic Church. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGepisc.wps

A Land to Die For: An Honest Appraisal of Political Opposition by Binka Le Breton
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Binka Le Breton's journalistic pursuit of the events that surrounded the assassination of Josimo Morals Tavares, a priest involved in the squatters land struggles in the countryside of Brazil, is a book of social, political and religious significance. This 8 page paper provides an overview of some of the basic elements in Le Breton's book and then relates them in terms of the format she uses and its impact as a vehicle for the often controversial messages related. No addtional sources cited.
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