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Catechism of the Catholic Church
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The Holy Quran Arabic Text with English Translation, Commentary and comprehensive Introduction by Maulana Muhammad Ali Year 2002 Edition
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Religion and the Soul
What do the 5 great religions say about the existence of the soul?
The soul can be defined as the spiritual or non-material part of us that survives death.
A recent survey found almost 70% of Australians believed in or were open to the existence of the soul — meaning they believe we are more than the stuff out of which our bodies are made.
To write effectively, students must be able to synthesize ideas from multiple sources into a cohesive viewpoint. Here are some strategies for students.
Strategies for synthesis writing
A synthesis is a piece of writing that combines information from two or more sources. If a writer is explaining a concept or event, research from different sources can be synthesised to offer a well-rounded explanation of it.