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Adoration as Body Language



skeleton Outline


I.Introduction. P. 00
II.Body Language, theoretical background. P. 00
III.Islamic practices in using Body language. p.00



a. Islam and Islamic denominations. P. 00
b. Preparations before praying. P. 00
c. Body movement during prayers. P. 00



IV.Christian practices in using Body language. p. 00


a.Christianity and Christian denominations. P. 00
b.Christian prayers, body usage. P. 00



V.Other religious characteristics, object communication. P. 00


a.Muslim women, dress and head cover. P. 00
b.Clothing of religious servicemen. P. 00
c.Facial hair in both doctrines. P. 00




VI. Conclusion. P. 00
References