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    In the Odyssey one main theme is all about heroism. Telemachus has someone to look up in reaching that hero aspect and of course none the less than Odysseus, his father. Telemachus hasn’t always been born a hero in any manner but rather had to learn from mistakes and grow as an individual. In the first book of the odyssey, Odysseus home is being occupied by the suitors and Telemachus is still not up to par yet with his way of being that hero, and demanding that the suitors stop taking the sheep…

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    apply what she has learned to their lives. Through her troubled childhood, Joyce has grown into an amazing charismatic Christian who shapes others’ lives tremendously. As a young child, Meyer’s father sexually abused her. Meyer states, “I was sexually, mentally, emotionally and verbally abused by my father as far back as I can remember until I left home at the age of eighteen. He did many terrible things…some which are too distasteful for me to talk about publicly” (Meyer, n.d.). Upon growing…

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    Hasidism: A Way Of Life

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    pressure. As portrayed in numerous Hasidic families, the rebbe and his son have conflict understanding each other. The conflict applies to Danny Saunders and his father Reb Saunders. The Chosen, one of Chaim Potok 's novels, reveals Hasidism through the rebbe, their history of coming to America, and the tzaddik, which creates the main theme of father…

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    Followers Of Christ

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    works of the Father. People tend to wear the label of Christianity, proclaiming their faith yet, staying put in the world, tending to only themselves. The books in the Bible of James and Colossians each describe the trials, faults, and temptations Christians would face in order to live by His name. Also the books say that the Lord 's unconditional love is needed to be returned to others through love and service. Followers of God 's word need to help bring the world closer to the Father by doing…

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    Rahab's Journey

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    heard their conversation. She realized that the spies did not come for the normal favors, but they told her about God and all He had done for them. Rahab trusted the spies and told them that after she had heard all about their God, that she believed that their God is the God in heaven above and earth below. She also told them that she also believed that their God had given them the land and that they (Canaanites) were all in fear because of them. Note, she was the only one…

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    Ymir's Creation Myth

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    of Ymir to form the Earth. Similarities that shall be covered are birth, mother and/or fathers of humanity, and the presence of supreme beings. Differences that will be coveredare, Ex Nihilo or creation from pre-existing life, and jealousy/benevolence of the involved beings. The creation myth I chose from the assigned readings is the Norse creation…

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    The Gods’ Rose The moonlight poured from the sky like milk from the chalice of a God. And although the wind was roaring, silence and peace reigned through the forest. Agapi was laying on a thick tree branch outside her home, humming a sweet tune to herself, gently tearing the pettles off a rose and letting them float away with the breeze, while she stared up at the small white specks that were glued on the heavens. She was an odd girl, or so I had heard. She was tranquil, yet wild. Obedient,…

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    Leah Price is exiled from her father, her homeland, and her entire belief system, all of which she believed defined her as a young woman. Through this ostracism Leah develops her own sense of self and is able to grow…

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    was still a key concern for Mesopotamian society and many other civilizations who retold the “Epic of Gilgamesh”, because survival was still a concern. The story was centered around the main protagonist Gilgamesh, the King of Uruk who was two thirds god and his inevitable realization that death is imminent. The theme of immortality is carried and foreshadowed from the beginning of the poem as one of Gilgamesh 's many journeys he must carry out. For Gilgamesh and the audience, the intended…

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    Why Prometheus is the symbol creation? Prometheus may not be a great god who there are people respect him like Zeus or other because he is half-Titan. But there is much goodness for mankind. Anyone who not studies deeply about Greek and Mythology maybe only heard the Bible story which God who created the earth and also humans. But the fact, the Greeks tell that the first who created a man is Prometheus. "The first who created a man" Prometheus is creator who made a first man from clay. It's…

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