Mysticism and Prophet Muhammad’s First Revelation

Before Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was a prophet, he was a simple man. He was an orphan, raised by his Uncle Abu Talib, and he was known to have lived a pure life with the absence of lies and sin. Muhammad would contemplate life and its mysteries, he would seek answers to...

Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

I’ve come to realize that the worst personal conflict one could face is one that lies at his/her roots. For those of you who don’t know, I am a Palestinian at my roots. My father’s origins come from the Palestinian West Bank, and my mother comes from...

Tie My Hands and Theodicy

Theodicy Behind “Tie My Hands”   People have struggled for centuries trying to comprehend why an almighty all good God would permit any struggle or evil to exist; this is known as theodicy. Theodicy is a concept that even theologians don’t have an answer for. Like...

Final Post

What was the most valuable experience this course opened up for you? Overall I would think the most valuable experience this course opened up for me was expanding the way I think and directing a focus. The entire semester we observed and analyzed items, papers, and...

Works Cited

< Final Analysis > April 23, 2018 Works Cited Innes, A. (2016, January). 5 Reasons Why HIV Disproportionately Affects Black People. Hivequal. KFF. (2018, February). Black Americans and HIV/AIDS: The Basics. KFF.org Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HIV...

Conclusion

< Final Analysis > April 23, 2018 Conclusion While HIV/AIDS is an epidemic that affects every race and population around the globe, it is important to give help to the race that is most affected by this disease and that is the African American  ethnic group. In...

Inequality in AIDS

< Final Analysis > April 23, 2018 Numbers By Group The African American Community is mostly affected in three groups: women, young people and heterosexual and gay men. A graph depicting the inequality of African American people in HIV diagnosis in the United...
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