Religious essay

  • Genesis and catastrophe analysis The very famous and popular writer Roald Dahl writes the short story Genesis and catastrophe in 1962. It begins with a woman, who has just given birth to a boy, her fourth child. Throughout the short story,

  • “The play-any play, but especially a strong one-is the sum of all its meanings, all its intentions, conscious and unconscious, including some that the author could have never intended”-Marjorie Garber (Garber 285); Response to Marjorie Garber’s Scholarly Analysis of Shakespeare's

  • The Binding of Isaac, known as the “Aqedah” has always been a field of confrontation for Jewish and non-Jewish academics to prove their beliefs and interpretations. The whole narrative about Abraham and his wife Sarah, reaches its highest point in

  • Coming of Age Study Coming of age is the phrase used to describe the transition from childhood to adulthood. The “coming of age” period is composed of a multitude of rituals and rites of passage that have been set in place

  • The Paths to Salvation in the Bhagavad Gita The first path is the path of action. As quoted “who sees inaction in action, and action in inaction is enlightened among men” (Iv. 18). Therefore, a man is involved in action whether

  • The Hyracotherium Around 45 to 55 million years ago there lived an ancestor of one of today’s common species, the horse (Equus ferus callabus). This individual was a Hyracotherium who inhabited the Earth during the Eocene period. This species remained on

  • Peter van Diest uses a distinct awareness of death to show its significance in the lives of all people in the play Everyman. The inclusiveness of this drama closely aligns with phenomenon as a mechanism to instruct individuals on how