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  • Ted Bundy: What Causes Of A Serial Killer

    him. Ted graduated and was accepted to a law school in Utah. Right after that many women started to come up missing in Seattle and parts of Oregon. Ted was pulled over and police recovered burglary tools, in which he got connected to more than just robbery. In 1975 he was arrested for kidnapping a young lady and just two years after that he was charged with the murder of another woman which in the attempt he jumped out a window but was caught only eight days later. In the 1970 's Ted Bundy was…

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  • Violence: The Cause Of Youth Gang Crimes

    The Problem In several different neighborhoods across the nation, many young people are filling juvenile detention centers and ending up in early graves as a result of joining gangs and partaking in violent behaviors. We see it in headlines often, but many of us don’t seem to think much of it. It’s not an issue that remains at the front of our minds, until we begin to realize that dozens of young people in our own communities are falling victim to these same consequences. Youth gang activity…

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  • Corrie Ten Boom Case Study

    Cornelia or “Corrie” Ten Boom was a remarkable woman who exemplified every quality of a hero however excelled in compassion and forgiveness. She was born in Amsterdam in 1892, and raised in Harlem, The Netherlands. Her Parents Casper and Cornelia had 4 children. The home Corrie grew up in was an odd house architecturally, but religiously, it was deeply rooted in the Calvinist Christian teachings of the church. The physical home was a combination of two buildings renovated into one and because…

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  • Tom Sawyer Relationship With Huckleberry Finn

    Her inducement makes Tom Sawyer to learn the lessons with passion. Tom Sawyer tries to memorize nearly 2,000 verses -a feat no student has ever achieved. It is made possible with the constant encouragement of Mary and hence Tom Sawyer is given the award from the church. When Tom is introduced to Judge Thatcher, he asks him the name of the first two apostles, and Tom blurts out "David and Goliath!”(51) This is made possible by the concern of Mary to a boy who is left in the hands of his aunt.…

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  • John Dillinger: The First Public Enemy

    John Dillinger – The Creation of the First Public Enemy #1 During the early 1930’s the Great Depression and the collapsing banking system was not the only thing being talked about by many Americans; or a constant topic for newspapers and radio discussions. In 1933 and 1934 John Dillinger was a hot topic among people; as well as a main headline for the news. Who was John Dillinger and how could one man cause so much chaos, in so many places, in such a short amount of time? Was he born with…

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  • Short Story: The North Pond Hermit

    hundred people present were asked who had suffered break-ins. Seventy-five raised their hands. Campfire hermit stories were swapped. One kid recalled that when he was 10 years old, all his Halloween candy was stolen. That kid is now 34. Still the robberies persisted. The crimes, after so long, felt almost supernatural. "The legend of the hermit lived on for years and years," said Pete Cogswell, whose jeans and belt were worn by the hermit when he was caught. "Did I believe it? No. Who really…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Gambling

    7. Gambling is poor stewardship of God’s money. The scriptures teach that all Christians are stewards of God’s possessions. All that we have has actually been entrusted to us by God who will one day soon call us to account for our stewardship. This principle is clearly seen in Jesus’ words in Luke 16:2: “give an account of thy stewardship…” It is seen further in the parable of the talents (Matthew 25:14-30) where it is clearly demonstrated that future rewards will largely depend on our present…

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  • Mailer's Song Stylistic Analysis

    The book is so seamlessly written that it is not merely lifelike but also, in the best sense, novel like. It narrates a story in a skillful manner, with much attention to character. DeLillo makes us familiar with some peculiar habits of the characters. Like Everett cannot make himself go to bed at night without checking that the oven is off, and then sometimes double-checking, and reminding himself as he climbs the stairs that he has in fact completed his check. No doubt DeLillo has chosen such…

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