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Message from the Guest Editor For centuries, numerous are the contributions on the nature, goals and methods of Islamic education. This rich heritage provides an indispensable foundation and orientation for further research in this field. In addition to the genuine questions, in view of the current plural and (post-) secular context, new Islamic ed...
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Arınma ritüelleri, maddi veya manevi kirlilikten arınmak, ibadete başlamak veya kutsalı tecrübe etmeye uygun hale gelmek için ya-pılan uygulamalardır. Yahudilikte var olan arınma ritüellerinin in-celenmesinin amaçlandığı bu çalışmada; belge tarama modeliyle ulaşılan veriler neticesinde arınma ritüellerinin ne zaman veya hangi durumlarda yapıldığını...
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There is a lot of discussion going on in our country these days about who the minority really is. Since independence, all the peoples who believe in other religions, except who follow Sanatan Dharm, such as Muslims, Sikhs, Jaina, Buddhists, Zorastrians (Parsis), Christians, are kept under ‘minority’. Minorities have been given some special protecti...
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“Can one divide human reality, as indeed human reality seems to be, genuinely divided, into clearly different cultures, histories, traditions, societies, even races, and survive the consequences humanly?” (Said, 1978). Edward W. Said (1978) asks this question in his book ‘Orientalism’ while negotiating the binary constructed between the West and th...
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Much has been said and written about the revival of religious fundamentalism, its causes, motives, and perceived social and political implications. Islamic fundamentalism has attracted tremendous attention in the West because of its tendency to resort to violence to achieve objectives deemed important by its leaders. In contrast, radicalism among t...
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"There is no god, there is no god, there is no god at all. He who invented god is a fool. He who propagates god is a scoundrel. He who worships god is a barbarian."-Periyar. This statement on god by Periyar E. V. Ramasamy is the most widely cited and popularized quote in the Tamil public realm, which is also a quote that has been subjected to exte...
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This paper investigates transport system and sustainable improvement in North-central, Nigeria with specific reference to Abuja, Nasarawa and Niger State. Survey research device was utilized with questionnaire as main instruments applied for data collections which were dispensed to four hundred travellers carefully picked randomly making total of 1...
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Despite numerous studies on belief systems, there are scarce sources that combine the distinct belief systems around the world. Human beings consist of myriad races, cultures, and lifestyles so it is necessary to know the beliefs that people hold on to for mutual understanding which eventually may lead to tolerance. Tolerance is one of the core con...
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A large percentage of pregnant women in impoverished countries, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, do not have access to qualified medical personnel during birth. High mother and infant mortality rates have resulted from a lack of qualified delivery services. The goal of this study is to determine the socio-demographic and cultural characteristics...
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The revolutions, large-scale displacement, and horrific violence of civil war in the past half-century have left a legacy of conflicts at all levels especially religion, cultural and social sites across Afghanistan, in this study a specific set of religious group has been considered along with their religious belongings such as place of worshiping...
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This article unveils the Qur’an’s perspectives on the erosion of phobia of other religions because of the negative stereotypes attached to Islam and Christianity to create greater peace in religious life globally. Furthermore, the Qur’an’s perspective on adult religious morality development is revealed by the at-tafsir al-maudhu’i method (a themati...
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Understanding and mastering the thoughts and reference sources of dialogue partners is one of the best approaches in dialogue. This is so that the topic of dialogue applies scientifically and achieves the objective of dialogue. This article discusses the framework of interfaith dialogue of Imam al-Ghazali (d. 1111M) in interfaith dialogue. This stu...
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Many western nations equate Islam with intolerance and extremism. Even some educated non-Muslim thinkers, politicians, and clergymen, have persisted in clinging to this negative and erroneous image. It is this stereotype that must be removed by presenting a clear and truthful image of Islam. One of the most important aspects of peaceful coexistence...
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This paper examines works in two of the major streams of thought in contemporary Continental philosophy of religion and theology—theopoetics and political theology—that loosely hang together by two shared threads: philosopher‐cum‐(radical)theologian John D. Caputo and the question of how to live well with the Other. After examining each book in tur...
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Fiqh and Reason Shia Fiqh (Strategies and Functions) The history of law, the necessity of legislation and practicing the law, goes back to the history of the formation of human collective life; and since man turned to social life, albeit in a very simple and primitive way, the necessity of laws which could shape that simple and uncomplicated socie...
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Human health is multidomain. However, the physical component has dominated health research. Spiritual health, the component traditionally considered the pivot for health and wellness, has taken a back seat. Exploring its' different determinants in the traditional preachers will enhance our understanding of them and will be a guide for their use in...
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Abstract Human health is multidomain. However, the physical component has dominated health research. Spiritual health, the component traditionally considered the pivot for health and wellness has taken a back seat. Exploring its’ different determinants in the traditional preachers will enhance our understanding of them and will be a guide for their...
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Religious tolerance is to be enduring and tolerant to followers of other religions or non-believers. This is also a concept related to the rights of religious minorities. Islam covers rather universal values in this subject. This article examines religious tolerance and minority rights according to Fazlur Rahman who is one of the leading Islamic sc...
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Introduction Non-communicable diseases have risen markedly over the last decade. A phenomenon that was mainly endemic in high-income countries has now visibly encroached on low and middle-income settings. A major contributor to this is a shift towards unhealthy dietary behavior. This study aimed to examine the complex interplay between people’s cha...
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One of the key Christian doctrines is atonement. The subject of atonement is very important in Christian theology because it is the basis for God's reconciliation of the world onto himself. The concept of atonement is found in many other religions apart from Christianity. From an Akan socio-religious perspective, atonement is required to maintain t...
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The chapter, based mainly on field research conducted by the author in Iraq, Turkey, and Georgia, is devoted to the Yezidi cult of the Seven Angels and their leader, called the Peacock Angel. Following an introduction to the Yezidi religion, it focuses on the relationship between the Yezidi concept of God’s essence (sur) and the Seven Angels, who,...
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Sri Lanka is one of the countries with multiculturalism and multilingualism. The use of second language Sinhala/Tamil does build mutual understanding, brotherhood, social integration and ethnical reconciliation among the multicultural communities in Sri Lanka. This study explores how the use of second language creates ethnical coexistence and socia...
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Pilate asked an important and pertinent question of Jesus regarding truth. A simple answer to his question would be ‘a statement is true only if it says what is the case.’ What that means, however, is another matter. By exploring options, I hope to elucidate some common disagreements among believers and non-believers, as well as squabbles between d...
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PROLOGUE We need both science and religion in our lives. Therefore, we need to bring them closer. The mainstream science is based on materialism/ Cārvāka/ Lokāyata; whereas, the mainstream religions are based on just opposite to science, namely, idealism/Advaita, and/or “interactive substance dualism”/ Sāṃkhya. In other words, for example, theist...
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China has achieved economic prominence but damaged the natural environment. Can religions excite pro-environmental actions? Chinese religion encompasses Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, native Taoism, and indigenous folk beliefs (GuanDi and Mazu). We theorize that believers demonstrate more sustainable HOPE (Help Ourselves Protect the Environment) th...
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Introduction Impostor Phenomenon (IP) is the inability to internalize success and a tendency to attribute success to external causes. Social and institutional support are strategies to avoid the problem, but only partially successful. Resilience has been considered protective against mental health disorders in medical students. This study aims to i...
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Background The death of children under-five years is one of the critical issues in public health and improving child survival continues to be a matter of urgent concern. In this paper, we assessed the proximate and socio-economics determinants of child mortality in Guinea. Methods Using the 2018 Guinea Demographic and Health Survey (GDHS), we extr...
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Diarrheal disease is a significant public health problem leading to mortality and morbidity among children aged 0–59 months in rural India. Therefore, the rationale of this study was to identify the sociodemographic and environmental predictors associated with diarrhea among under-five children in rural India. A total of 188,521 living children (0–...
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Makalenin konusu mrtyu, yani Hinduizm’de ölümdür. Ölüm (mrtyu) fikri yaratılış, tanrıça Mrtyu, ruhgöçü ve mokşa, cenaze ritüeli ve ölüm sonrası hayat fikirleriyle ilişkisi doğrultusunda ele alınmıştır. Böylece yaratılıştan ahiret fikrine ölüme yüklenen anlamlar üzerinden Hinduizm’deki bütünlüğü ortaya koyma hedeflenmiştir. İlk yaratılışta Mutlak Bi...
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The phenomenon of religious exclusivity does not only occur with other religions but in one religion. The phenomenon of religious exclusivity does not only occur between religious adherents but also between groups of people within the same religion. This phenomenon can be seen in the district of East Sumba, where there is still persecution of pries...
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Hindu Dharma allows Bhartiyas to spend most of their time in pursuit of the sacred, Not to convert others, but to realise the eternal truth within their own deeper awareness. Hinduism is not limited to any single messiah, prophet, scripture, or church. It is like a great mother and other religions are like her children. Like a mother, she doesn’t l...
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This volume offers an overview of Hinduism as found in India and the diaspora. Exploring Hinduism in India in dynamic interaction, rather than in isolation, the volume discusses the relation of Hinduism with other religions of Indian origin and with religions which did not originate in India but have been a major feature of its religious landscape....
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This paper investigates transport system and sustainable improvement in North-central, Nigeria with specific reference to Abuja, Nasarawa and Niger State. Survey research device was utilized with questionnaire as main instruments applied for data collections which were dispensed to four hundred travellers carefully picked randomly making total of 1...
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Strengthening Muslim–Christian relations is very important for a nation such as Indonesia that has plurality in terms of tribes, ethnicity and religion. This study aims to analyse the role of Muslim women who live in a pluralistic socio-religious situation. This is a qualitative research that uses purposive sampling to determine the informants. The...
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Muslims on every continent have responded in a great variety of ways to the challenges of colonial modernity. Yet, it is also possible to examine broader currents within this diversity. Fundamentalism, modernism, and traditionalism are global currents which also overlap with other religions, such as Christianity or Hinduism. However, these conteste...
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This study analyzes the relationship between the various measures of ethnic diversity and social capital in Indonesia, particularly trust and tolerance (towards other religions and other ethnic groups), using a nationally representative survey. The 2009 National Socioeconomic Survey asked almost 300 thousand individuals on social capital from the 2...
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This paper offers a critical examination of the term ‘reasonable comprehensive doctrines’, which is a key term in Rawls’s Political Liberalism. It is argued that this term is not accurate anymore to catch the current shape of religious and secular worldviews and the nature of their truth claims because it focuses too much on the doctrinal character...
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Christians use warlike techniques in their fight against Islam and other religions, as well as other methods to spread their faith. Missionary and orientalist academic studies are particularly important for them. They continue their efforts to convert Muslims to Christianity by diverting their attention away from their own faith through a variety o...
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The article presents the Islamic State as a source of terrorist threats. In the eyes of ISIS fighters, the Western world is tantamount to moral corruption, and the lack of any values. By its actions, ISIS aims at pushing the followers of other religions out of the areas defined in the prophecies in the name of cleansing the world from evil. The aut...
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Purpose Rates of help-seeking for common mental health problems are lower for men, but less is known about patterns of engagement once they are in contact with services. Previous research has been limited in its ability to understand the intersection between service user characteristics and engagement. This study compared analytic approaches to inv...
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Race’s typology has been widely used outside of the Christian tradition; however, it has been constructed in the light of the epistemological and soteriological concerns raised by Christian approaches towards other religions. Even though different questions generate the Christian and Islamic theologies of religions, Muslim and non-Muslim scholars h...
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The Reformation of the Catholic Church was one of the most influential events that occurred during the Renaissance period. The advancements in education and the financial growth of the middle class were two of the major contributing factors that exposed the corruption of the church. "Those who sought to reform the Catholic Church believed that the...
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O fenômeno religioso é caracterizado por um sentimento de dependência a um poder sobrenatural e está intimamente ligado ao homem, revelando-se a partir das suas vivências individuais e coletivas de acordo com a cultura em que está inserido. Este ensaio contextualiza as manifestações religiosas cristãs na cultura ocidental na pós-modernidade e a uti...
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Background: Depression is one of the leading contributors of the burden of disease globally and in low- and middle-income countries, and refugees are at increased risk for mental health problems due to forced migration from their home countries and other traumatic experiences. Objectives: To explore the determinants of help-seeking behaviours among...
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One of the main claims of interreligious learning is that through pedagogically guided engagement with other religions and their believers, existing prejudices and stereotypes should be reduced and mutual understanding and tolerance promoted. Whether interreligious learning actually delivers on this promise, however, is currently questionable. The...
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The Orthodox Church has been given the fullest of truth by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, truth honored and valued in the communion of the Saints. For men, to grasp divine truth is a progressive process part of permanent development. Each and every person walks along this path together with other people, without being the same as the others. E...
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Cometan delivers a lecture on the central Astronist belief of transcension, also called analipsis or diascension -- the belief that space exploration and the astronomical world both possess the capacity for bringing about the salvation of humankind. This core Astronist belief has recently been elevated to the level of dogma in the Astronist belief...
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Background: The aim of this study was to examine the factors predicting the acceptance of COVID 19 vaccines in West Africa, with a focus on Nigeria. Four (4) hypotheses were posed for this study. Methods: This study employed a descriptive method design. The sample size was comprised of 32,224 respondents, all Nigeria citizens. A multistage sampling...
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According to contemporary time, human life is the amalgamation of individual and collective life. Individual life is divided into three parts: Dogma, Rituals, and Social Customs. In the same way, there are three parts of collective life: Social, Economic, and Political Systems. It is thought that Religion is only in relation to individual life and...
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Islamic economics (IE) assumes an altruistic economic agent who spends his income not only on himself but also on others through charity. Since this behavioral norm is attributed only to Muslims, this implies that the giving behavior of Muslims is different from others. This study aims to test the validity of this assumption by analyzing a cross-na...
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Indonesian Buddhism has many sects such as Theravada, Mahayana, Buddhayana, Tantrayana, Maitreya, Tridharma, Kasogatan, Nichiren and so on. These sects historically come from the same source, the Buddha’s teachings, but now they have differences in terms of doctrines and practices. This article analyses the differences with regard to their doctrine...
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Vedic culture is very complex and deep. It’s based on a deep understanding that will escape a superficial judgment and that I am just giving the example of some of the tremendous achievements of Vedic civilization before it was destroyed to a large extent by outside forces. The first verse from Shrimadbhagavatam, which is central to the thread of...
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Led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the initiative taken by the Tibetan Buddhist monastic community to connect with western science and scientists presents a unique opportunity to understand the motivations and engagement behaviors that contribute to monastic science learning. In this study, we draw on quantitative data from two distinct surveys th...
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The people of Sabah are known for their exceptional tolerance and ability to foster peaceful coexistence. Although socio-religious relations are deteriorating due to various factors, the situation in Sabah is quite different. This study explains how social interaction between Muslims and Christians in Sabah turns cultural understanding through fami...
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The article is a personal theological reflection on ecumenism and inter-religious dialogue by one of the commission of drafters of the Ecumenical Patriarchate's 2020 social teaching text For the Life of the World: Toward an Orthodox Social Ethos (=FLOW). The text argues that FLOW, despite being innovative for Orthodoxy, needs its boundaries expande...
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It is difficult to consider religious diversity within the general framework of intercultural approaches in education. On the one hand, the school cannot ignore the permeability of the school precincts to the pupils’ religious beliefs. On the other, religion, as one of the dimensions of culture, can tend to adopt a hegemonic attitude not very reass...
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his research aims to explore means that promote religious tolerance, tolerance of the implicit meaning of diversity and pluralism, and is explored at two levels within religion and between religions. Tolerance is a popular issue that often discusses interfaith, interfaith and ethnic differences by making tolerance a culture to ensure the continuati...
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his research aims to explore means that promote religious tolerance, tolerance of the implicit meaning of diversity and pluralism, and is explored at two levels within religion and between religions. Tolerance is a popular issue that often discusses interfaith, interfaith and ethnic differences by making tolerance a culture to ensure the continuati...
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Environmental threats have become the greatest danger facing all of humanity, and despite the importance and gravity of this threat, the move to solve these crucial environmental issues is still short and insufficient. Islam has been distinguished from other religions by a lively legislation that contains the elements of construction and developmen...
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The lack of inter-religion relations causes misconceptions that often lead to prejudice. Religious education from schools to higher education based on one religion alone is the cause of the low religion literacy of the other. Strict restrictions on openly discussing inter-religious topics under the pretext of SARA (Suku, Agama, Ras, dan Antargolong...
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Introduction: Pelvic inflammatory disease, also known as pelvic inflammatory disorder (PID), is an infection of the upper part of the female reproductive system, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. PID is a clinical illness caused by the movement of microorganisms from the lower to the upper genital tract, resulting in upper genital...
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Main focus of the paper is the socio-historical studies of Judaism by Ibn Khaldun. Ibn Khaldun’s scholarship and his contribution to the various domains of social sciences like history, sociology and politics has been acknowledged globally. While his both works al Ibar and Muqadimmah have remained the focus of many researches dealing with his socia...
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Islam and Christian have a concept of religious moderation as a philosophy of belief and guidelines to behave towards followers of other religions that always maintain balance. The existence of Racism, conflict, and violence in the name of religion occurred in Poso, Central Sulawesi is the result of the misinterpretation of verses in the holy book...
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p class="15bIsiAbstractBInggris"> Several previous studies have shown that the understanding of intolerance has entered the college students' circle. The purpose of this study is to dissect the perception of tolerance that develops in students at Islamic universities. This research is quantitative research using surveys for data collection. The num...
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Interfaith studies is one of the areas of Islamic knowledge that is increasingly gaining public attention. However, in terms of methodology, it is still less known to many. Therefore, this research will discuss one of the methods in interfaith studies which is historiography discussed by scholars who are more focused on comparison from an Islamic-W...
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As a result of the study, structure of religious morality including the following categories was distinguished: basis of moral functioning, moral attitude toward conflict situations, moral attitude toward experienced dissonances, and reference to moral autonomy. In terms of basis of moral functioning, the following subcategories were identified: se...
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The failure to have a dialogue between religious understanding and social reality in Indonesia, which is multicultural, plural, and diverse, is the root of social conflicts with religious backgrounds. The failure to dialogue understanding is experienced by hardline groups who do not want to tolerate and find it difficult to compromise with the unde...
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Vitamins are a group of chemical components in foods which are required in small quantities to perform vital functions in our body 1. Out of this group vitamin D, which is fat soluble and is synthesized and acts in our body like a steroid hormone is very important. Vitamin D commonly exists in two forms-vitamin D 2 ergocalciferol and vitamin D 3 ch...
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Qualifications play a significant role in religions and beliefs. The religion of Islam defines believers with certain characteristics. Patient, resigned, fair, merciful, etc. Most of these characteristics are common in other religions as well, although there are some differences. In this study, the concept of humility, which is one of the basic qua...
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The Indonesian legal system encountered several challenges due to corruption, inherited colonial compendiums/codifications, ineffective and inefficient arrangements, and a complex bureaucratic structure that occasionally contradicted the Pancasila, the 1945 Constitution, and common legal requirements. Majapahit's success story demonstrates that ref...
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Amidst the increasing of opportunities to come in contact with values and worldviews of various religions, this textbook is a useful reference for students and scholars of Comparative Religion, and other readers who would like to deepen the understanding of the attitude of believers of Abrahamic religions to the Sacred in other religions, yet do no...
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The concept of God is a fundamental concept for every religion, especially Islam. The concept of God in Islam is different from other religions, even emerging from the time of the Greek philosophical tradition and Eastern and Western mystical traditions. Not a few Muslims state that all religions are the same God. This is a problem for the religion...
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Moderation is the attitude of being in the middle that must be owned by a Muslim, especially Muslims in Indonesia who live amid pluralism. Problems in Indonesia related to intolerant behavior are mainly caused by the lack of moderate attitudes, especially Muslims. Islam should be a pioneer in implementing this reasonable behavior as the majority re...
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We offer an archaeological analysis of the visual display of “space heroes” and Orthodox icons in the Russian Zvezda module of the International Space Station (ISS). This study is the first systematic investigation of material culture at a site in space. The ISS has now been continuously inhabited for 20 years. Here, focusing on the period 2000–201...
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Background: Diarrheal disease is a major population health problem that is the leading reason for mortality and morbidity among children aged 0-59 months in rural India. Therefore, the rationale of this study was to identify the socio-demographic, environmental predictors associated with diarrhea among under-five children in rural India. Methods: A...
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This contribution discusses the question whether there is a general interlinking between the fundamentalist perception and practice of Abrahamic religions by some believers or groups and their (in-)ability to cope with pandemics such as Covid-19, or if this assumption is misleading. With the help of selected examples from fundamentalist groups of t...
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As globalization progresses, religious pluralization proceeds and with it, and awareness of other religious traditions is increasingly penetrating into everyday life. Moreover, with such a heightened awareness of other religions, actors on the micro-, meso-, and macro-level have to position themselves towards this religious plurality, which we want...
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Muslims worship together more frequently than members of other religions. They pray in congregation at the mosque five times a day, causing the mosque to become a central hub for COVID-19 transmission. Therefore, the adoption of protective measures as a method of mitigating the COVID-19 pandemic in mosques is vital. This study aims to account for t...
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Background: Children acute malnutrition (AM) is a global public health concern, especially in low and middle income countries. AM is associated with multiple physiological vulnerabilities, including immune dysfunction, enteric barrier disruption, gut microbiome dysbiosis, and essential nutrient defcits. This study aimed to determine the preva�lenc...
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In this article, two great world religions, Islam and Buddhism, are compared. The purpose is to highlight similarities and differences between the two religions. Additionally, this article aims to project elements and teachings that are deemed important by their followers. A neutral stance on their beliefs is especially important in a multicultural...
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Indonesia sebagai negara yang majemuk memiliki beragam suku, bahasa, ras bahkan agama. Perbedaan itu menyimpan potensi positif sebagai kekuatan dan kekayaan bangsa. Namun demikian seandainya tidak dirawat dengan baik, potensi positif tersebut berubah menjadi negatif, yaitu konflik yang merugikan masing-masing pihak. Usaha untuk merawat kemajemukan...
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ABSTRACT Allah Almighty is the Creator and the Sustainer of mankind. After the birth of a child, Allah Almighty immediately arranges his food in the form of "Mother's Milk" which is full of nutrition and affection. According to Holy Quran, all mothers are ordered to breastfeed their new born babies. From the earliest times of human history, it has...
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We cannot ignore science because our daily life is based on it and we cannot ignore our religion (such as Hinduism) because it teaches us how to live in our own (such as Hindu) culture. Therefore, serious effort is needed to bring them closer. The dominant metaphysics of science is materialism (mind from matter) and that of Hinduism (such as Vedic...
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This study examined the mediating effects of psychological strain (Strain Theory) as a possible explanation for the relationship between religiosity and suicidality among Chinese young adults. A questionnaire was administered that included the Religious Orientation-Revised Scale (RO-RS), Suicidal Behaviors Questionnaire-Revised (SBQ-R), and Psychol...
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This study aims to reveal the efforts of the Karangsari Village government in sowing the attitude of community tolerance. The research on the efforts of the Karangsari Village government in sowing the tolerance attitude of the community was carried out using a qualitative approach with the type of field research (field research) with data collectio...
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We study the potential for pleasant and cooperative contact to reduce preconceived prejudice between religious groups in the context of India. We randomly assign Hindus and Muslims into groups, in which they interact over the course of a week-long vocational training program. We find that intergroup contact reduces the prejudice of both Hindu and M...
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Christian-Muslim relations is never a new phenomenon, while the two religious communities share the same geographical and historical origin in the Middle East, the adherents of both faiths have been in continuous contact over the course of the centuries. Islam particularly, as a religion and a religious community has lived alongside a number of oth...
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Inter-religious violence in Nigeria is a worrisome problem that calls for an ethical response. Nigeria as a country has been bedeviled by incessant religious conflicts mostly between the two of the three major religions practiced in it – Islam and Christianity. The paper argues that some principles of morality can provide an objective standard by w...
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Kwan Yin, although typically depicted as female in Chinese literature and artworks, is originally a male deity Avalokite?vara in India. This essay examines the process, reason, and impact of Kwan Yin’s feminization in the ancient Chinese context and argues that her gender transformation is a transformation to the mother stereotype. The essay mainly...
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Malaysia is an ethnically diverse and religiously pluralistic nation. Within its population Christians number 9.2% while the remainder is comprised of Muslims (61.3%), Buddhists (19.8%), Hindus (6.3%), and other religions (3.4%) such as Confucianism, Taoism, folk/traditional/animistic religions, and others (Department of Statistics Malaysia, 2010)....
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Accessibility to healthcare and rehabilitation services for children with a disability (CWD) is essential to improving their health and wellbeing. However, access to the services, especially in many settings in developing countries with scarcity of resources, is still limited. As part of a qualitative study exploring impacts of caring for CWD on mo...
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The purpose of this study is to analyse the teachings of religious moderation contained in the Wawacan Babad Walangsungsang script. This research employs a qualitative method with philology as the main analysis of the data, namely manuscript inventory, script description, script transfer, and language translation. The script shows the story of Prin...
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The article inquires critically into the operative understanding of “unity” when the motto of the WCC assembly speaks of the love of Christ uniting the world. What does this mean for the relationship between Christians and other religions, especially Islam? Muslims repeatedly refer to the “Common Word” mentioned in Surah 3:64 as the basis of Muslim...
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This paper presents the Kelantan Malaysian Thai-Buddhist people's way of life under the context of pluralism culture in three southern border provinces of Thailand, and present how to apply sufficiency economy concepts to the ways of life of people during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this study, we used qualitative methods such as in-depth interviews,...