Ecology & Religion

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Order Details
Must be minimum 1000 words and must be done by 3 pm on feb 3rd. Must cover 2 out of the 5 themes that will be written here covered in the textbook Richard C. Foltz, Worldviews, Religion, and the Environment: A Global Anthology. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 2003. as well as 3 external sources all are proven academic sources (from Jstor would be most preferred.) Essay is strict reportage/research but must be researched well. Must have a proper bibliography. The themes are: First Peoples South Asia Buddhism Chinese Religious Traditions Japanese Religious Traditions Please refer to the info provided in the textbook first to get an idea of what needs to be talked about and then use the outside sources.
Sample Paper
Abstract
This paper discusses about the First Nations community in Australian the Misassini Cree. Other neighboring Cree were hunting sets like Nitchequon, Neoskweskaau and people of Nemaska joined in 1930 to structure the Mistissini populace. The community depended much on hunting, although it was seasonal. They lived around Mistassini Lake for quite some times now. They respected nature trees and rocks being amongst them, since it gave them their livelihood. They also used to perform rituals in order to bring luck to their hunting practice (Foltz & Frodeman, 284). They not only offered purification rituals, but their rituals were closely associated with their hunting practice (Coward & Maguire 56). Although majority still thinks that Chinese people are not deeply rooted in religion, their culture was among the first to develop some intellectual incredulity for their gods. The community has therefore continued to dismiss religion terming it as superstition. However, their religion is mainly concerned with nature and society
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