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RELI448 Week 7 Discussion Latest 2017 March

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Subject: Religious Studies
Topic: General Religious Studies
Due on: 04/22/2017
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Final Exam Preparation and Class Reflections (graded)

Class,

Welcome to the week 7 discussion board! This week we will be preparing for the Final Exam and reflecting on the Comparative Religion class experience.

Remember to make all 6 of your discussion posts to earn full credit.

Also, write your class reflection in Word, save it, and post it to your course evaluation.

This class has been an awesome experience for your Professor. I enjoyed sharing a journey through the World's Religions with you, sharing experiences, and learning about your beliefs and traditions. I hope you have enjoyed this course and trust it will benefit you personally and professionally.
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Preview: their obligation. The hajj was one of the last public acts of worship by Muhammad prior to his death.http://www.religionfacts.com/hajj Collapse Mark as ReadRE:HajjHeather Milne Email this Author4/15/2017 6:55:28 PMHi Professor and Class,Hajj is a pilgrammage to Mecca. It is required by all Muslims. They must make a pilgrammage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime.Heather Collapse Mark as ReadRE: HajjDeidre Lindsey Email this Author4/16/2017 3:10:10 PM Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca for the Muslims. It is expected to be done at least once in each Muslims lifetime, by both men and women, unless prevented by poverty or sickness. The pilgrimage includes the visit to the black meteorite that is thought to have been brought to earth by the angel Gabriel and is a gift from God. The pilgrimage also gets people out of their villages and allows them to congregate with other believers which helps increase their confidence in their belief and practices. There is special clothing for men and different expectations from women. They then purify themselves and walk certain directions for a certain amount of times and then they are able to touch and kiss the meteorite. Then on certain days they are to go to another city for another ritual and throw seven stones at pillars and then select an animal for sacrifice. Then the men shave their heads and women cut their hair and they all cut their nails. All of these acts are significant in what they reenact from their stories and the Qur’an. They end with going to Medina to visit the burial place of Muhammad. (Molloy, 2010, p. 437).Molloy, M. (2010). Experiencing the World’s Religions (5th ed.). New York, NY. McGraw-Hills Companies, Inc.Deidre Collapse Mark as ReadRE:HajjCassandra Repka Email this Author4/16/2017 6:07:28 PMProfessor and class, The Hajj, is one of the five pillars of Islam. It refers to the Holy journey or sacred pilgrimage to the Holy city of Islam, or Mecca. According to belief the journey must take place during .....
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