Religion--thesis statement help!

Majority is where evil exists and the individual is distinctly evil, and minority is when evil does not exist, rather the actions one does can be considered evil through explanation.

i need to write a strong thesis statement agreeing with the minority view

asked by Mark
  1. Your thesis reminds me of St Augustine, Confessions. It is not easy to bring it to one sentence.

    To produce a thesis, I think, you will have to define or desecribe Evil. It is impossible to make a strong statement on evil without first knowing the nature of it.

    Your thesis view would fit well with Plato's view, however, I suspect that would not fit in your thinking, if you are a religious student.

    Good luck.

    posted by bobpursley
  2. Bob Pursley is right. You must clarify what you'll be writing about AND the stance you'll be taking.

    Here are some of the BEST webpages I've found on writing good thesis statements:

    Once you've drafted a thesis statement (rough draft, probably!), please repost and someone here will help you streamline it.


    posted by Writeacher
  3. english

    posted by Sonia

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. religion

    Since the imagination of evil encourages us to do real evil, how should we react to accounts from the media or elsewhere about monstrous evil in our neighborhood or elsewhere in the world?
  2. thesis revision

    While the colors associated with Holi are the main part of this celebration, the true reason for celebrating Holi is to keep the evil spirits away. Not only is Holi a joyous, colorful festival to celebrate with friends and family,
  3. ENGLISH (thanks)

    "All Conflict in its simplest form its struggle between good and evil. I need a good interpretation. I cant use good and evil in the interprestation. There needs to be another word for good and evil. I don't know how to interpret
  4. english

    Our task was to read the Enuma Elish and answer the following questions: Where does evil come from in this myth, and how is it symbolized? Is the defeat of evil final and total? Does evil have any good qualities?
  5. Religion

    One of the thorniest issues in the philosophy of religion is the problem of evil. Explaining the problem is simple enough: How can one reconcile the existence of a God who is good and omniscient in light of how much suffering
  6. Religion

    Unruly evil by David Pocok - what does pocock mean by unruly evil? - for pocock, how is evil related to order and to explicability
  7. philosophy

    I have to write a paper on the below posted question. Can anyone explain me what might i need to do in it. 1) Set out the problem of evil as clearly and completely as possible. Be sure to distinguish between moral evil and natural
  8. English

    Hi, I have to write up paragraphs on these themes from Frankenstein: a) good vs. evil (manichean) b) duty of responsibility c) nature vs. nurture However, I'm confused about what the differences between these points are... For
  9. English

    I'm doing a 3000-4000 word essay on the book A clockwork Orange.Here's my topic: An Analysis of the "evil" character Alex Is this topic too broad? Should I narrow it down? Or is it just crap and I should come up with another one?
  10. English

    Thank you very much for your help. I forgot to include the following stataments. 1) As he changed into Hyde, he experienced a sense of freedom in his increased wickedness. 2)He was physically smaller and younger because, up to

More Similar Questions