- Oct 22, 2011
i know i was instantly like...Far i put Social justice for the first one, cause I remember reading it in some notes, But I think that was more of an effect on ecumenism not what it actually does. I would say unity is right, but then again I was looking at mutual understanding and saying that could be right too, so I just left it with social, hey it's 25% it could be right. What I wana know is why the fuc^ does BOS put a mindFu*K question as the first question? My teacher said they make there way progressively harder. Qs 10 was B right? denomination 2.
Good to know if i fall i'm falling with someone. Got the exact same answers as you except 1 which i answered C. Not too sure about that one, i have a bad feeling with c.1. D (its between that and C)
8. D (seemed least wrong? haha)
Within aboriginal spirituality, which of the following requires ceremonial initiation?wat was the question?
Changed my answer to C at the last second, I hope it is right, because I changed the question about the Pentecostal age groups to the wrong answer. Will make up for that one then.Within aboriginal spirituality, which of the following requires ceremonial initiation?
(A) Belonging to ritual estate
(B) Adoption of language group
(C) Transition into adult roles
(D) Introduction to totemic group
I put D but I think it's C
Yeah, I just sat there for 5 minutes thinking, how on earth would I be able to tie the quote in with the question and with what I knew.Section III i did buddhism... and it was alright, but i didnt really know about how to tie in the unity of buddhism...
You didn't HAVE to choose just one. It said discuss so you could've just explained both as issues points for/against each one........... and stuffi wrote about judaism and said that it clearly focuses on compassion even though others may focus on justice. The statement clearly gave you a choice between justic or compassion