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  • Apocalypse 28 Days Later Analysis

    As modern society begins to polarize away from traditional Christian views, the fears that Christianity distilled into humanity have begun to take a new form. In the past, the apocalypse has been seen as an end to the world as we know. An event that would save those who followed God’s word while condemning those who failed in this task. However, popular culture has appropriated a new interpretation of this Christian event. We will attempt to define the how the apocalypse has been reinterpreted, as well as, how violence from God does not necessarily predict an oncoming apocalypse. With the creation and deployment of nuclear weapons, society has gained the ability to physically view the destructive apocalyptic potential that humanity can cause. Before this, the apocalypse could only be seen through a person’s imagination. This changed has allowed for humanity to see the apocalypse as entirely real and entirely human creation. However, instead of fearing this, humanity tends to ignore the possible reality of nuclear devastation, trusting that world leaders will abstain from the “unthinkable” (James 26). This assumption of the public varies from their governmental leaders who are militarizing and arming themselves in an attempt to combat a possible nuclear war. In the past, the apocalypse was used as a tool to unite humanity under a common fear. However, recently this has not been the case. This can be seen through the banning of the movie The War Game: A hyper…

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  • Israel And Millenarianism

    Introduction Millennialism is the conviction of a religious, social, poliical group or movement in tie card inal transformations of associated with millennial cycles. More generally, the term is used to refer to any sacralintion of a tlousand-year period. *Ihe phenonenon of millenarianism exists in many cultures aryl religions. Separately, a Christi•n millenarianism is singled out, it is a tewehing based on a literal interpretation of tie prophecy of Reselation 20: 1-6, determining the…

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  • The Antichrist Analysis

    If one dares ask a question that examines or critiques Trump, prepare to be attacked. This will only get worse as his ascendancy continues. However, if you laud Trump with praise, he will elevate you to a place of honor, exactly corresponding to Daniel 11:39. This is presently happening as people sell their soul and surrender their principles to join the Trump Train. Buddy up to him and he will treat you wonderfully. But challenge him at your own peril. The last part of the verse says, “he’ll…

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  • Essay On The Great Tribulation

    The time of the end of the age of man spans from the book of Genesis in the Old Testament to the book of Revelation, which is the last book of the New Testament. Most people only consider the books of Daniel and Revelation as apocalyptic discernment to a future period known as the Great Tribulation. To fully understand where we are in the prophetic structure of the time that was allotted to the age of man, you must go back to the very beginning. You must look deep into the Scriptures for…

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  • John Calvin's Understanding Of Eschatology Analysis

    “Kingdom of God”, “the day of the LORD”, “the end of the world”, “the last judgment” and “a new heaven and a new earth.” These words are the image of eschatology, and eschatology is an important subject in the Bible. Even Donald K. McKim says that the theme of the Bible is the kingdom of God (McKim, 167). In the Gospel, Jesus taught about the kingdom of God in his whole life and ministry, and the kingdom of God is represented as “already, but not yet” (McKim, 170). John Calvin, a 16th century…

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  • Denver Airport Conspiracy Theory

    By: Jaylen Majors The Denver airport is drowning in a conspiracy theory. The theory is that the Denver airport is hell on earth. Its blue mustang Blucifer is the devil’s horse. Its head fell on its creator and killed him instantly. The horse’s glowing red eyes have said to, “watch you wherever you go. The murals at the airport are to , “show where a man kills the environment and the people. Other evidence is that the underground is a bunker for Armageddon. Nobody in that airport except…

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  • Eco-Criticism In T. S. Eliot's 'The Wasteland'

    into the ‘construction’ of nature and the politics of development (Nayar, 241). Eco-criticism focuses on the link between literature and nature. Raymond Williams in his ‘The Country and the City’(1973) elegantly argued how English Literature contributed to specific notions of nature (Nayar, 242). Thus, eco-criticism believes that literary, visual and other representations of nature have very much to do with an age’s views and treatment of nature. Further, it seeks links between literary studies…

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  • Religion In The High Middle Ages Essay

    excommunication to both the clerics and the laymen who paid taxes which financed the battle against him. In turn, the King spun public favor against Boniface, essentially humiliating him and changing the face of the papacy permanently. “The papacy was never quite the same thereafter” (Rosenwein, A Short History of the Middle Ages). In 1309, the popes were forced out of Rome, and settled in Avignon, France (Rosenwein, A Short History of the Middle Ages). This change, though, was not the worst…

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  • Analysis Of Frederick Douglass 'The Suffrage Question'

    irrepressible historical movement. From the mid-1850s to the beginning of the Abolitionist war, however, Douglass’s providential optimism was chastened, thwarted, and frustrated by the consolidation of power by the vast white slaveholding empire in the US South. In these writings, a second, apocalyptic shape of God’s relation to history emerges. Blight summarizes, “Douglass garnered long-range hope for the cause of black freedom from faith in an apocalyptic God who could enter history and…

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  • Jubilees: A Literary Analysis

    provides a good picture of suzerainty in the ANE (at least from the Hittite perspective). Such documents include: rights, responsibilities, and edicts to vassals. Several texts refer to Hittite-Egyptian treaties, including the treaty between Ramses II and Hattusilis after the Battle of Kadesh. Thus, treaties and covenants inundate ANE cultures, but they also sit at the heart of ancient Israel as a nation. Do they then preclude ANE sources? The answer is yes, and no. Yes, OT covenants preclude…

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