Lecture 4: The Moon and Religion (Our Moon Course)

Lecture 4: The Moon and Religion (Our Moon Course)

Hello everyone, in this lecture I want to consider some of the connections the Moon has with religion. Last time we discussed the famous Earthrise picture taken by the crew of Apollo 8. The Apollo 8 mission has a connection to religion but before we consider that let’s take a look at the trajectory flown

Spirituality & Sensuality: Sacred Objects in Religious Life | HamiltonX on edX | Course About Video

Spirituality & Sensuality: Sacred Objects in Religious Life | HamiltonX on edX | Course About Video

[MUSIC PLAYING] BRENT PLATE: Smell the smells of spices and incense. And look at the symbolic meaning of crossed lines from places around the world. Note the importance of stones as sites of memory. Listen to the cosmic rhythms of drums. Investigate the role of baking, smelling, and eating bread in religious rituals. Hi I’m

Religion, Conflict and Peace | HarvardX on edX

Religion, Conflict and Peace | HarvardX on edX

Are religions inherently negative forces in contemporary human experience, as many critics claim? Or are religions always sources for human flourishing, as people of faith and defenders of faith often assert? Is religious extremism and the violence associated with it the true face of religion? Or is religious extremism a perversion of faith enacted by

Religion, Conflict and Peace | HarvardX

Religion, Conflict and Peace | HarvardX

[MUSIC PLAYING] DIANE MOORE: Are religions inherently negative forces in contemporary human experience, as many critics claim? Or are religions always sources for human flourishing, as people of faith and defenders of faith often assert? Is religious extremism and the violence associated with it the true face of religion? Or is religious extremism a perversion