In this assignment, we will focus on the third question: How can what is wrong

In this assignment, we will focus on the
third question: How can what is wrong in the world—and in me—be
corrected? We will attempt to answer this question by comparing and
contrasting two religions and their views on 1. founders/venerated
ancestors and 2. ethics/virtues.
Instructions
Choose two world religions that intrigue you the most from the following list:
Indigenous religions.
Hinduism.
Buddhism.
Jainism.
Sikhism.
Confucianism.
Taoism.
Shinto.
Zoroastrianism.
Judaism.
Christianity.
Islam.
Note: if you select Islam for
comparison, it is suggested that you first complete a comparison chart
to help guide your thinking.
Write a 2–4 page paper in which you:
Discuss the differences and similarities of the founder/venerated ancestor of each chosen religion. Provide specific details.
Compare the ethics/virtues of each chosen religion. Provide specific details.
Examine how each religion might answer the third existential
question including how their answers are similar and different. Use
outside sources to provide evidence for your answer.
Make a recommendation that both religions would find acceptable for living a moral life.
Explain why you made your recommendation. Use outside sources to provide details for your explanation.
Use two credible sources to support your writing. Choose sources
that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on
your source page at least one time within your assignment.

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