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    Three are some of God’s attributes that all Christians agree, a few of these are that he is divine, triune, eternal, and never changing. If you do not have these core beliefs you cannot claim to a be true Christian. The book by Bart D. Ehrman that is used in the Bible class at your school sounds like an interesting book that could give you a different viewpoint. You could read it so you can understand a non-believers perspective, but you need to realize what is being said in this book. There is a popular heresy that many have mistakenly believed called adoptionism. Adoptionism is that Jesus was born completely human, but he lived his life so well and did not sin, so God made him a part of God. This is not even what Ehrman is saying. He is saying that man imagined Jesus into God. Beginning with the first paragraph of this book preview we have a huge heresy, “crucified for crimes against the state.” He is saying that the reason Jesus was killed on the cross was because he did something to earn the punishment.…

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    against were called Gnostics. They believed that once you received special knowledge, then sin was no longer an issue for you. Sin was really nothing at all and you could live however you want. We have people today who think that once you say you believe in Jesus, you can live however you want and the blood of Jesus will continue to cleanse you. They think, "I 'm saved and I can never lose my salvation, so sin doesn 't matter anymore". There 's a man named Bart Ehrman. He once claimed to be a…

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    In the short video, the audience quickly learns that Lisa, the main character, mom is beginning to show the progressive signs of dementia. At first, Lisa seems to be extremely understanding of the condition that her mom is in. Lisa also displays an extraordinary sense of intelligence. Three symptoms of dementia that Lisa’s mom displayed throughout the video included: memory loss, not be able to follow through with basic tasks, and forgetting people and events. Watching the video we never seen or…

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    To begin, McMahon argument that The Simpsons can “educate on what it teaches” (215) in this episode of The Simpsons “Lisa on Ice” occurs with stereotypes on the show. For, example when the school bullies asked Bart “Nice PJs, Simpson. Did your mommy buy 'em for ya?” (Scully, 1994) and Bart’s response was “Of course she did. Who else would have?” (Scully, 1994) This conforms to the stereotype that mothers do most of the shopping in the house. That consist of buying clothes, food etc. According…

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    which attracts viewers for the purpose of entertainment. However, usually there is a larger problem that the publisher is trying to get us to see by the use of satire. In Steve Johnsons article, It All About Us, he says that the use of technology can be beneficial because it brings for the opportunity for people to be more engaged in what is going on around us; and this is one of the benefits of watching television shows that we are able to communicate and bring attention to certain things.…

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    problems of the government, pop culture and the media. And just exploit them with irony and sarcasm. What really captured my attention is how the show became darker, more violent and mean spirited in recent seasons, which seems like a desperate try to attract more childish teenagers to the show. Secondly, the main characters in The Simpsons are original, genuine and caring about one another. Like the father, Homer, an obese alcoholic man who always uses his stomach as a brain, and works as a…

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    Lorna Simpson is an American artist born August 13, 1960 in Brooklyn New York. Information about Lorna Simpson can be found in the textbook on pages 21-23. Information about Simpson was found on www.lsimpsonstudio.com, www.moma.org, and biography.com. Simpsons’ main work is photograph-and-text art. Simpsons’ Momentum was recently displayed at the Addison Gallery of American Art located in Andover, Massachusetts. Her art work on display from September 20, 2014- January 4, 2015. Another artwork of…

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    The Simpsons Analysis

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    Groening picked the characters of the Simpsons by using people he grew up with. The parents in the Simpsons are named Homer and Marge, the same name that Groening's parents have. He named Lisa and Maggie after his two younger sisters. Groening thought it would be too obvious if he named the oldest son after himself, so Groening decided to name the last child Bart which is an anagram of brat. Homer's father also received the same name as Groening's grandfather, Abraham. Groening returned to…

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    Lisa Simpson Qualities

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    poor situation the country was left. She is aware of all the trouble that is left behind and shows to be in charge and ready to take action for a positive change. During a meeting she says “I 'm going to bail the country out, I 'll have to raise taxes, but in my speech I 'd like to avoid calling it a "painful emergency tax.” (Bart to the Future). Lisa shows no hesitation as soon as she becomes president and is quick to take action. She is absolutely capable managing situations under pressure and…

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    The O. J. Simpson Case

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    O.J. Simpson was arrested for the murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman in 1994. The trial began in 1995 and ended four months later, Simpson was charged as not guilty. Orenthal James Simpson was one of the most famous running backs in American football history. The majority of Simpson’s career was spent playing for the Buffalo Bills even though he ended his football career with the 49ers in 1979. A while after he retired from football, Simpson spent his time as a sports commentator,…

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