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    Roncalli Canon Law Essay

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    This law governs the affairs of the Catholic Church, especially the law created in the Roman Catholic Church by the Pope. In other words, Canon Law is simply the rules, structure, discipline and procedures of a religion. This law of the church was revised during the Second Vatican Council. These positive changes made by Pope John XXIII and the Second Vatican Council have influenced and shaped the church hugely and still has a heavy influence on us today. For example, if the decisions of the second vatican council were not changed, we would be using the language of latin in non-secular schools and churches, There would be no women involvement in the mass, There would be less involvement with the priest and lay people and the clergy would be treated more as Kings and royalty rather than Pope’s, Bishop’s and Priest’s. Pope John XXIII was a revolutionary man…

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    Young Earth creationism is the belief where the world was created in 6, 24-hour days, and the age of the world is approximately 6000 years old. The Young Earth creationism uses the great flood to show how it makes sense. Making the world and everything on it young. This ideal that the earth is young is not a new ideal and has been around since between 700 and 735 AD, when a monk by the name of Venerable Bede claimed the creation of the world was in 3952 BC. Many other people have placed the…

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    Revelation: God Speaks

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    King of Kings, and the sinless Lamb of God were all used as terms that anticipated His coming time with us on earth. Knowing the history of the Bible can help one to better comprehend its wisdom and teachings. When it comes to the question of who wrote the Bible that can be answered simply as: both God and man. It was not coauthored, but was in fact written by people who were able to tell all God wanted to communicate with us through these divinely inspired writings. Among the people God used…

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    This article deals with various intervention strategies that incorporate Scripture in psychotherapy, providing examples of a fictional client, George. This article is written to increase Christian counselors’ awareness of diverse Scripture interventions and to stimulate “divinely inspired creativity” in the further development of strategies (Garzon, 2005). At the beginning of the article, the author introduces the case of George and mentions ethical issues. He highlights the importance of…

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    When nurses use evidence-based practice when caring for a patient, it allows the patient to receive the best quality care that they need. Every procedure that a nurse does should be based off evidence-based practice. At the facility that I am currently working at, it is easy to find resources about evidence based practice. However, one thing that obstructs the facility ability to implement evidence-based practice is that the facility has two educators that work with our department but they are…

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    Evidence Based Practice Evidence based practice is of great importance in nursing because keeping ones practice up to date with credible well thought out information helps improve healthcare outcomes. This short essay will discuss the importance of evidence based practice, the promotion of better patient outcomes, as well as the importance of research and rigor when finding credible studies. The importance of Evidence based practice cannot be underestimated enough due to the fact that evidence…

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    Evidence-Based Practice

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    Looking at and understanding how nursing is influenced by the differences between the focus of evidenced-based practice and the focus of research is a basic fundamental that applies not only to nursing but many different aspect of other fields like trading stocks in stock market, teaching to being an auto-mechanic. (Schmidt and Brown, 2012) define evidenced-based practice (EBP) as “practice based on the best available evidence, patient preferences, and clinical judgment” (p.4). Research is…

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    Best Practices in Presenting Evidence According to Wikipedia, “Evidence, broadly construed, is anything presented in support of an assertion”. In every area, unless we are stating our own opinion, evidence is the fundamental building block for making an argument. Any audience, requires an appropriate amount of evidence to believe in the veracity of a presenter’s argument. In the following writing, I will be going through my recent experience in presenting the topic, “Australia SHOULD NOT cull…

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    A century ago, the humankind had no idea about tumor necrosis factor (TNF); however, physician William B Cooley was able to demonstrate the principle of anti-tumoral response in vivo as early as in 1891 (1,2). He escalated the idea of anti-tumoral response based on his observation of remission of lesions in patients injected with a mixture of dead Streptococcus pyogenes and Serratia marcescens bacteria (1, 2). Due to the lack of understanding of mechanism behind this observation, it was not…

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    practice of legal history, most of which appears to be based on how law has exceeded Roman and canon law and developed on the kind of assumptions about what is right or wrong. Susan Reynold’s argument that before 1100 law has traditionally been seen as based on ordeals and judgement of God is reflected in most of the letters written by Fulbert, with various references to “God” and “divine law”. His letter reinforces this in 1018, where Fulbert wrote to Bishop Adalbero of Laon complaining that…

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