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  • The Creator: A Short Story

    The Creator sat amongst the stars, listening to the silence of the universe. Her loneliness was eating away at her and her spirit was turning cold. She then, after many passing suns, decided to create a magnificent world, where each element could live in harmony together. Her attempts proved futile until she imagined and created the perfect world; Earth. She then created the terrain; dirt, grass, plains, forests, plateaus, mountains, valleys and more. The Creator then added ores to these…

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  • Socrates Definition Of Religion

    Lucretia Field 001691599 Essay 1 Philosophy 1101 Socrates is religious by a more modern definition of religion than the one of his contemporaries. He is religious because he believes in the gods and works to promote better understanding of the nature of the gods. While the standard for religious piety was sacrifice and public prayer, Socrates devoted his life to honoring the gods through everyday actions. Socrates believes that the gods are inherently and exclusively good. What separates the…

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  • Essay Comparing Noah's Ark And The Epic Of Gilgamesh

    There are numerous ancient stories of a flood that are remarkably similar, for instance Noah’s Ark and the Epic of Gilgamesh. Even though the names and places are different, the story lines are similar. There are different opinions, but numerous people believe all these stories were based on some event that actually happened sometime in the distant past. The biblical story of “Noah’s Ark” founded in (Genesis 6-9), is the original encounter of the flood story. Many religions believe God’s word…

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  • Thérèse: Film Analysis

    Leonardo Defilippis’ heart touching film, Thérèse: The Story of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, illustrates the story of a young girl who loves God with all her heart. The life of St. Thérèse of Lisieux is considered as one of the important stories ever because of how she was the most popular saint of modern times, who made an impact in the world. Defilippis’ is able to capture “her faith, trials, and sacrifices that reveal a way of life based on love and simplicity” in a perfect manner (“Thérèse: The…

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  • Theism And Panentheism

    sustains it. Although God generally works quietly, His power is infinite and He can perform miracles as he deems necessary. There are many “isms” in the study of theology, although Christians should believe and study the one perfect, all powerful, creator of the world who both interacts with the world and at the same time exists external to the world in order to understand their faith, their world and their…

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  • Is There A God Or Spiritual Realm Research Paper

    Realm? Religion has been around since the dawn of man and to this day there are thousands of religions throughout the world. Some involve worshipping the earth or animals but almost all involve worshipping some form of supernatural deity. The real God or “correct” deity is widely disputed and has created many conflicts in the past. The question “is God real” is one that keeps philosophers busy and most of mankind wondering. As western society continues to become more tolerant and advances in…

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  • Analysis Of Meditation On The Nativity

    The opening lines of “Meditation on the Nativity” indicate that this poem is an imaginative variation on the conventional theme suggested by the title. In the fulfillment of God’s promise to humankind, archetypal fears are assuaged; legends and fables are realized and take on specific form: “Painters’ perceptions, visionaries’ long/ Torments and silence, blossom here and speak.” Jennings does not analyze the mystery of the Nativity; she mediates on the human significance of the divine pattern…

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  • Epic Of Gilgamesh Creation Story Essay

    such as, the Epic of Gilgamesh. Many scholars hold a belief that the story of Noah found in Genesis 6-9 and the Epic of Gilgamesh found in Israelite literature are accounts that have significant parallels. In the beginning of each story, the one deity or the gods felt that the world they had created had become corrupt and unjust allowing for them to feel as if they needed to end mankind. In Genesis 6-9, God notices the righteousness of Noah, allowing for him and his three sons to be spared…

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  • Ap Human Geography Chapter 4 Summary

    Throughout my studies of chapter 4 unit 1 in the textbook titled, “Geography” by Holt McDougal I have obtained a wide amount of knowledge of how physical geography has had an impact on human history. Culture, religion, politics, and societies are some of the prime examples of what aspects of human life were affected. I have also obtained information about other subjects like the origin of man and the affect of agriculture through packets, worksheets, and videos like, “The Journey of Man” by…

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  • Creation Myths And The Mapuche Culture

    of the creation myths the origin of humans is unclear; for example “God and the first man” and “When God came to earth” They both don’t explain where they came from or why they were created. In each of the creation myths they just explain who the creator is, but not why. “When God came to earth” the existents of the elephants are unclear when they mention the characters. In the Mapuche was unclear about their origin they were just created. The Mapuche creation myth they explain there are people…

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