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    Christians, in plurality, tend to fall into the anti-EIT camp and are very skeptical about the program. Dr. David Gushee, a Christian ethicist and historian, wrote an article for Christianity Today entitled, “5 Reasons Torture is always wrong.” In this article, Gushee lays out five reasons why the Bible does not complement torture, specifically EITs. He begins with the argument that “torture violates the dignity of the human being.” Gushee cites Genesis 1:26-28 where all men are “created in the image of God” and when society tortures other human beings, they are hurting the handiwork and prized possession of God. Secondly, Gushee argues that “torture mistreats the vulnerable and violates the demands for justice.” In this argument, Gushee compares a prisoner to an orphan and contends that Christians are not to take advantage of the widow or the orphan. He then goes on to argue that “authorizing torture trusts government too much,” however his argument implies that the government is all bad and does not pursue actions in accordance with the will of God. Gushee wraps up his position by writing that “torture dehumanizes the torturer” and “torture erodes the character of the nation that tortures.” While many of his arguments make hasty generalizations and do not reflect proper biblical exegesis consistent with the expectations of Christian scholar, his point about human dignity is a worthy argument that supports the bulk of the anti-EIT point of view. If Jesus calls us to love…

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    2015 Graduate Hooding Student Speaker Application Personal Statement PROMPT: Submit a brief personal statement that includes information about yourself as well as why you wish to represent your class at commencement. Include your major and any university activities; may include work and/or internship experiences The completion of my Master’s in Education degree is a process that aligned my personal and professional goals with the mission, vision, and values of Point Park University. To…

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    ricocheted bullet from the canyon wall neatly piercing her forehead like a read dime.” (190, Harrison) Again, not knowing what else to do, Tristan goes berserk. The second event happened during a trip to California to deliver first class whiskey. Tristan and his Mexican associates were beat, with one’s throat cut, remembering only the dresswear of the men, specifically their Irish Brogues as he lay on the ground. Tristan seeks revenge, finally killing both men. At the end, of the book, two Irish…

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    drooping or slack skin, giving you a glibber, smoother and younger look and feel. It works in just one treatment with petite downtime and delivers a natural-looking outcome. It’s you, very young-looking and more buoyant. As one of the leading treatments to tighten up skin and reestablish volume, thermage is unarguably the most prevalent non-surgical cosmetic process available today. By using radiofrequency energy that infiltrates deep into the skin’s surface, the best thermage doctors in Delhi…

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    Persuasive Essay Torture

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    This reason is the techniques used in torture. They have been argued to be inhumane and ineffective. As explained in an internet article: “The methods used included: stress positions, mock executions, solitary confinement, hooding, and other forms of sensory deprivation, removal of ‘comfort items’, forced nudity, forced grooming, taking advantage of the detainees fears (dogs), exposure to cold weather or water and allowing an interrogator to use a wet towel and dripping water to induce the…

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    the environment around them while others may be experimenting, wondering how much a body can take. Without all the information, it is hard to make a concrete decision, specifically when it comes to children being used as torture objects. Barbarians in the modern day do not see torture as immoral, or they do not care. They want what they want and will not stop until they receive what they perceive is rightfully theirs. To this day, even the United States still uses torturing methods to gather…

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    unique. Chang’s version of The Little Red Riding Hood is about three sisters who were left alone while their mother went to go visit their grandmother. Before the mother left, she demanded that the children lock the door do not open it for anyone. Unfortunately, the three girls did not listen and the Wolf disguised as their Grandmother came into the house. Once the girls realized the grandmother figure in their house was a wolf, they had to sneak out of their house without letting the wolf…

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    base it on a legal rule to prove that torture is wrong, because the action is wrong in essence. The prohibition of torture is universally accepted as a peremptory norm of international law (ius cogens) and it is very well safeguarded. The Convention against Torture (CAT), for example, states that ‘‘No exceptional circumstances whatsoever, whether a state of war or a threat of war, internal political instability or any other public emergency, may be invoked as a justification of torture.’’…

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