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Religious Diversity. For EDUC 709 Dr. Jennings and Dr. Kottke These are the slides that I created for a group project. Concept Map: Blumenfeld. Christian Privilege: Invisible, Unearned, Largely Unacknowledged Array of Benefits. Christian churches can become social networks.

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for educ 709 dr jennings and dr kottke these are the slides that i created for a group project

Religious Diversity

For EDUC 709Dr. Jennings and Dr. KottkeThese are the slides that I created for a group project

christian privilege invisible unearned largely unacknowledged array of benefits
Christian Privilege: Invisible, Unearned, Largely Unacknowledged Array of Benefits

Christian churches can become social networks

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Christian Privilege: Five Largest Christian Congregations in America
  • Lakewood Church (Houston, TX) :: Joel Osteen 07 Attendance = 47,000 06 Attendance = 45,000 (#1 in ‘06)
  • Willow Creek Community Church (South Barrington, IL) :: Bill Hybels 07 Attendance = 23,500 06 Attendance = 21,500 (#5 in ‘06)
  • Second Baptist Church (Houston, TX) :: Ed Young Sr. 07 Attendance = 23,198 06 Attendance = 22,266 (#3 in ‘06)
  • Saddleback Church (Lake Forest, CA) :: Rich Warren 07 Attendance = 22,000 06 Attendance = 20,595 (#6 in ‘06)
  • Life Church (Edmond, OK) :: Craig Groeschel 07 Attendance = 19,907 06 Attendance = 16,071 (#13 in ‘06)
christian privilege politics and christianity
Christian Privilege: Politics and Christianity

"This is not a decision that I come to lightly, and frankly it's one that I made with some sadness," Obama told reporters in Aberdeen, S.D. "Trinity was where I found Jesus Christ, where we were married, where our children were baptized. We have many friends among the 8,000 congregants."

President Barack Obama

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Christians Dominate Social Realities: Marriage

What's Really at Stake in the Gay Marriage Debate? Part Four By R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

Christian Post Guest Columnist Wed, Oct. 29 2008 08:09 AM EDT

There is great wisdom in Sowell's analysis, and in his book, The Conflict of Visions. But the greatest achievement of this book is Sowell's insistence that political struggles have ideological origins.

This is certainly true with reference to the political struggle over same-sex marriage. In California, the controversy is over "Proposition 8" on the November ballot - a measure that would amend the state's constitution to establish marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Voters in Arizona and Florida will face measures that would disallow same-sex marriages. Nationwide, we face efforts to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act (a repeal championed by Sen. Barack Obama) and to achieve same-sex marriage through the courts. State by state, the issue is constantly reshaped and reframed.

At the same time, there is a sense that the public is shifting its perception of the issue. When the issue is framed as simple fairness, Americans increasingly seem to tire of arguing that sexual behavior or orientation (at least in terms of homosexuality) should matter when it comes to the basic rights associated with marriage. This trend is especially noticeable among the young. Younger Americans, by and large, see homosexuality as part of the recognizable landscape and within the normal range of human behaviors.

All this represents a massive shift in perception over a relatively short period of time. The activists promoting the normalization of homosexuality have been tremendously successful in their efforts. The mainstream media, the educational elites, and various culture shapers have pushed this cause. Today, on the average college or university campus, homosexuality is not considered to be a major moral issue. Any discrimination against homosexuals, on the other hand, is considered a moral issue of urgency and outrage. In much of the culture, it is considered increasingly immoral to assert that homosexuality is immoral.

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“That’s the God’s honest truth”

“Spare the rod and spoil the child”

“Cleanliness is next to Godliness”

“An eye-for-an-eye”

“Forgive and forget”

“I swear to God”

“I swear on the Holy Bible”

“I swear to tell the truth and nothing but the truth so help me God”

“You reap what you sow”

“She has the patience of Job”

““She’s just a Jezebel”

“Don’t be a Judas”

“You’re an angel”

“He has the wisdom of Solomon”

“Don’t crucify me”

“He’s on a crusade”

“It’s the gospel according to…”

“God damn it!”

“Jesus Christ!”

“Go to Hell!”

“Stairway to Heaven”

“God Bless America”

Hegemony is Advanced through Discourses: Common Phrases
hegemony is advanced through discourse capital letters
Hegemony is Advanced Through Discourse: Capital Letters

Holy Bible

Names for the Bible – Capitalize all names for the Bible, for parts and versions of the Bible and all names of other sacred books. Examples: Bible  Scriptures  Word of God  Holy Bible  Old Testament  New Testament Gospels  Ten Commandments  Lord’s Prayer  Gospels  Gospel of Luke   King James Version  New International Version

Creeds and Confessions – Capitalize all names of creeds and confessions of faith and general Biblical terms. Examples: Lord’s Supper  the Apostles’ Creed  the Westminster Catechism  Nicene Creed

Deity - Capitalize all names for Deity Examples: Father  Almighty  God  Lord  Holy Spirit  Son of Man Messiah  Lord of Hosts  Redeemer  Savior  Holy Trinity

Devil - Capitalize all names for the Devil Examples: Devil  Satan  Adversary  Father of Lies  Evil One  Lucifer Prince of Darkness  Beelzebub (meaning Satan)* Do not capitalize when used in a general sense or as an expletive.

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Hegemony is Advanced through Discourses: Currency

Annuit Coeptis

on the Great Seal of the United States of America, condensed by Charles Thompson, designer of the seal in its final form, from L. Juppiter omnipotes, audacibus annue coeptis "All-powerful Jupiter favor (my) daring undertakings," line 625 of book IX of Virgil's "Aeneid." The words also appear in Virgil's "Georgics," book I, line 40: Da facilem cursam, atque audacibus annue coeptis "Give (me) an easy course, and favor (my) daring undertakings." Thompson changed the imperative annue to annuit, the third person singular form of the same verb in either the present tense or the perfect tense. The motto also lacks a subject. The motto is often translated as "He (God) is favorable to our undertakings," but this is not the only possible translation. Thomson wrote: "The pyramid signifies Strength and Duration: The Eye over it & Motto allude to the many signal interpositions of providence in favour of the American cause." The original design (by William Barton) showed the pyramid and the motto Deo Favente Perennis "God favoring through the years."

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Marginalization: School HolidaysDesert Sands Unified School District
  • 9/1/2008 Labor Day
  •  11/10/2008 Veteran's Day
  • 11/26 - 11/28 2008 Thanksgiving Break
  • 1/19/2009 Martin Luther King Day
  • 12/22 - 1/5 2009Winter Break
  •  2/13/2009 Lincoln's Day Observance 
  • 2/16/2009 Presidents' Day 
  • 4/13-4/17 Spring Break
  • 5/25/2009 Memorial Day 
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MARCH 2009


Lent begins - Clean Monday  - Orthodox Christian


Orthodox Sunday - Orthodox Christian


Mawlid an Nabi *  ** - Islamcommemoration of the birthday of Prophet Muhammad


Purim * - Jewish celebration of the deliverance of the Jewish minority in Persia from genocide


Holi ** - Hindu spring festival dedicated to the god of pleasure

Hola Mohala - Sikh A Sikh day when mock battles are fought and martial arts are displayed


L. Ron Hubbard birthday - Scientology


St Patrick's Day - Christian

21  Equinox 

Ostara * - Wicca - Northern Hemisphere

Mabon * - Wicca - Southern Hemisphere

Norouz (New Year) - Persian/Zoroastrian

Naw Ruz (New Year) - Baha'i


Annunciation of Virgin Mary - Christian


Khordad Sal (Birth of Prophet Zaranhushtra) Zoroastrian


New Year ** - Hindu


Passion Sunday ** - Christian

Marginalization : Religious Holidays
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APRIL 2009


Ramanavami ** - Hinducelebration of the birth of Lord Rama,


Palm Sunday - Christian

8 Vesak - Buddha's Birth (Buddhist)


Pesach (Passover) first two days *   - Jewish


Theravadin New Year ** - Buddhist


Lord's Evening Meal - Jehovah's Witness Christian

Maundy Thursday - Christian

Hanuman Jayanti - Hindu celebration of Hanuman who was an embodiment of Lord Rama. Devotion and selfless work are encouraged.


Good Friday - Christian


Easter - Christian

Palm Sunday - Orthodox Christian


Easter Monday Christian


Baisakhi - Sikh Hindu start of the New Years. Greetings that wish good life in coming days are exchanged.


Pesach (Passover) final two days *  - Jewish


Lazarus Saturday - Orthodox Christian


Holy Friday- Orthodox Christian


Easter/Pascha - Orthodox Christian


Yom HaSho'ah * - Jewish Holocaust Day. The day has been established to remember the six million Jews killed by the Nazis in 1933-45

First Day of Ridvan * - Baha'i commemoration of the twelve day period in 1863 when Baha'u'llah declared that he was God's messenger for this age


Saint George's Day - Christian

Marginalization : Religious Holidays
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Marginalization: Christian Crossas a Memorial Symbol

San Diego religious symbol’s display

on public land violates Constitution,

Church-State watchdog group argues

The Christian cross is not an appropriate symbol to memorialize deceased veterans of many different faith perspectives and should not be displayed on government property, Americans United for Separation of Church and State has told a federal appeals court.

Americans United and other religious and civil liberties groups today asked the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a lower court’s ruling holding that the Mt. Soledad cross in San Diego is a secular war memorial.

“American service personnel come from many different faiths and some follow no spiritual path at all,” said the Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United. “It is disrespectful to our deceased veterans to use the symbol of only one faith to memorialize them all.

By Christine Anne Piesyk January 17, 2009 Clarksville Online

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Marginalization: Christian Crossas a Memorial Symbol

Mt. Soledad Cross is Safe for NowTuesday, August 05, 2008By Pete Winn, Senior Writer/Editor

More than 170,000 people  have signed the ACLJ's petitionto preserve the Mt. Soledad cross

( – Most residents of San Diego, Calif., like the cross at the center of the city’s Mt. Soledad War Memorial – so much so that a local leader says if a court order ever forced the cross off the now-federally owned property it would seriously divide the city. “It would certainly result in a great deal of polarization in the community,” Bill Kellogg, president of the Mt. Soledad Memorial Association, told CNSNews.  “I think the community cares very, very much about it – and I’ve heard reports about radio broadcasters and others wanting to chain themselves to the cross, that people want to lay in front of the bulldozers.” That is a little less likely to happen, however, given that a federal court ruled last week that the cross is constitutional and can stay on federal property.

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Marginalization: Christian Crossas a Memorial Symbol

“Attorney Expecting More Good News on Mt. Soledad Cross Case”

(AgapePress) - A public-interest law firm representing parties who have fought to save San Diego's Mount Soledad cross now expects the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rule moot a federal district judge's May 2006 order to have the cross removed. That's following last week's decision by a state appellate court that upheld Proposition A -- a 2005 ballot referendum transferring the property to the federal government for a war memorial.

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Powerlessness: Religion in Prison
  • With a record-setting 2 million people now incarcerated in American jails and prisons, the United States has overtaken Russia and has a higher percentage of its citizens behind bars than any other country.
  • In 1987, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that prison inmates retain constitutional rights, including that of religion.
  • A recent study suggests that the practice of religion in a prison setting significantly reduces inmates engagement in verbal or physical altercations. Additionally, a religious conversion increases the likelihood of reform after completing their prison sentence.
  • Religious groups are known to supply scripture and reading material, organize programs and worship, and train chaplains for work in prisons.

The Baltimore Sun , June 1, 2003

religion and violence
Religion and Violence

Faith Digest: Religious hate crimes dropped last year

By Staff, Baptist Standard    Published: November 07, 2008

Hate crimes directed against a person's religion decreased in 2007, but hate crimes against gays and lesbians increased slightly, according to the FBI's 2007 Hate Crimes Statistics.

In 2006, the FBI reported 1,597 hate crimes motivated by a religious bias. That figure dropped to 1,477 in 2007, according to the report.

Of the religiously based hate crimes, attacks against Jews rose from 64 percent in 2006 to 68 percent in 2007. Anti-Muslim hate crimes, meanwhile, decreased from 12 percent in 2006 to 9 percent in 2007.

Hate crimes against Catholics accounted for 4 percent of the reported hate crimes motivated by religious biases -- down from 5 percent in 2006. Four percent of the hate crimes were motivated by anti-Protestant biases, and 9 percent were against other religions.

Of the reported hate crimes motivated by religious bias, 18 percent occurred in churches, synagogues or temples; 26 percent occurred in or near residences or homes; and 12 percent occurred in schools or colleges.

The FBI reported 1,415 hate crimes based on a person's sexual orientation in 2006 and 1,460 hate crimes in 2007. Of those offenses, 59 percent targeted gay men, 13 percent targeted lesbians, and 25 percent were more generally anti-homosexual.

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Marginalization: Gay Christians

Ray Boltz Birth name Ray Boltz Born: 1953 Origin Muncie, Indiana, USA Genre(s) : Worship, Contemporary Christian Occupation(s): Singer-songwriter Years active 1990–present Website: Official Website RayBoltz.ComIn September 2008, Ray “came out” as a gay man but continues to minister in “open and affirming” churches.

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Marginalization: Gay Christians

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) -- The Rev. Ted Haggard agreed Saturday to resign as leader of the megachurch he started in his basement more than 20 years ago after its independent investigative board said he was guilty of "sexually immoral conduct."

On Friday, Haggard admitted he had received a massage from a Denver man who claimed the prominent pastor had paid him for sex over three years. Haggard also admitted he had bought methamphetamine.

Haggard, in an interview with CNN affiliate KUSA, denied having sex with Mike Jones and said he did not use the drug and threw it away.

After the allegations were made public, Haggard resigned as president of the influential National Association of Evangelicals, an umbrella group representing more than 45,000 churches with 30 million members.

He also temporarily stepped aside as pastor of the 14,000-member New Life Church.

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Marginalization: Gay Christians

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Resistance and School Reform
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  • Curriculum and School Programs
  • Teacher Continuing Self-Education