Week 7 Religious studies

Question 1 There are so many denominations in the Christian religion due to a variety of reasons. The major cause of the split in denominations can be dated back to the ancient times of the Roman Catholic. Many believers such as Martin Luther King questioned the behavior of Roman Catholic Church leaders who had diverted

Read More

How powerful was the Catholic Church in Europe in 1500? Why is it so powerful? What is the common person’s relationship to the Church in 1500?

The Catholic Church in 1500 was very powerful because many people moved to this holy land in order to fight for their beliefs. Church controlled their lives by falsehood. Church frightened the people by introducing those wrong beliefs. Church was very powerful because of the following reasons: People who developed the crop used to give

Read More

Explore the meanings of ‘radical evil’ and the ‘banality of evil’ and how they might relate to understandings of evil using the cases of Idi Amin and Adolf Eichmann

  Idi Amin Dada was one of iconic leaders of the 20th century. He became infamous through stories of his peculiar behavior as much as his cruelties. Through looking at some of the descriptions of Amin and academic work surrounding him this essay will consider both Hannah Arendt’s theory of ‘The Banality of Evil’ (1963)

Read More

A Rite of Passage

Human life for the most of its parts is uneventful.  This is a plain statement that I have made after having keenly observed how life is lived in this part of the world where I have been born and have grown up. Life is lived in a very ordinary fashion by most of us, and

Read More