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    Jesus was a man. Jesus was born into a poor, working family in Nazareth. Jesus was born in a time that was characterized by the political unrest that culminated as a result of the Roman occupation in Judea. But really, who was Jesus? How is he the same or different than the divine figure and gentle shepherd that followers of Christianity worship today? Can the Christian faith be entirely based upon him, the historical Jesus, the real man? The man Jesus is often considered to have been a Jewish rebel, filled with zeal, fighting against the Roman occupation in Judea along with many others. Jesus was one of the many lone nationalist Jewish preachers from his time. Jesus and these other preachers aimed to fight against the corrupt Roman…

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    I think it is valuable to study the historical Jesus for my own life and my ministry. This would help me reflect and act like Christ. For it is “not only a matter of following Christ with one's whole heart — for this is required of every disciple — but of living and expressing this by conforming one's whole existence to Christ in an all-encompassing commitment which foreshadows the eschatological perfection” (Vita Consecrata16). Jesus is my Bridegroom. It is regrettable to me that the Jesus the…

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    Shakespeare plays may seem outdated to modern eyes as the language is hard to understand, however, Shakespeare’s plays are just as relevant now as they were 400 years ago when he was writing them. This is due to their universal themes and the relatable characters. The themes of guilt and power are relevant not only in Macbeth, but also in modern day because human nature has not changed. The characters in Macbeth are relatable because the audience can identify the connections between situations…

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    Jungle summarizes the biggest food issue in United States History, while The Invisible Man depicts the life story of a man who hides from the world and claims to be invisible due to his refusal for others to see who really is. Each novel is a fantastic read that leaves the reader extremely interested the entire way through, but does usefulness of the novel in historical research make…

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    Saint Joan of the Stockyards, play by Bertolt Brecht attempts to represent drama of life with regard to financial issues of 1930’s. He makes an attempt to dramatize the complex economic situations with the help of his study of Marxism and capitalism. This play portrays the depths of suffering which has a moving effect on audience. In Saint Joan of the Stockyards everything eventually comes down to the question of meeting ends and means. It also portrays the socio-economic difference in classes…

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    As a new teacher working with lower performing ELLs, I was looking for that one particular tip or strategy that would improve their fluency levels in reading. My students were borderline students and were constantly exposed to failure. Many of these students had poor reading strategies and some were too intimidated to read beyond the first few sentences. I started with the most logical starting point - the text. Many textbooks often have more texts than are needed or texts which may not be…

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    In chapter 2 called Reference Services in Archives broke down the definition of archives in five examples of archives. The five examples are documents, records, archives, historical records, historical manuscripts. With these example can be found in institution that are called archives libraries, record center, historical libraries and etc. Documents can be textual, graphic, photographic, and even audio and video. The important documents are to demonstrates by the way of people that seek to…

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    Engels’s Theoretical Theoretical, by Fredrick Engels, is a paper written about the contradictions within capitalism, through its social and economic conflicts. This essay will begin with a clear and concise definition of historical materialism through Engels’s perspective. Later, it will touch upon the fundamental contradiction of capitalism, as written within his paper. The essay will also explain two particular contradictions that arise from the fundamental contradiction of capitalism.…

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    Latin American Art History

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    century with the title "Contradicting Political Messages from the Academies." The exhibition will cover the countries of Mexico, Brazil, and Cuba, and address key historical subjects for each area that were popularized through the academies. In this essay, I am going to provide the layout of the exhibition, along with information about each specific piece that I would like to feature in this…

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    The topic of this essay will focus on a few of the interesting features of adolescent language and the subsequent attitudes towards them, mainly from the realm of adulthood. Adolescent language appears to experience the most change compared to the language use of either younger children or older speakers, and this is likely due to the idea that around the time of puberty, individuals undergo a large and impactful social change, as their environments, attitudes and stimuli change. As a result,…

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