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    are also the questions John Campbell tries to explain and understand. Therefore, a better understanding of helping behavior can come from the “Jerusalem to Jericho” article on the Good Samaritan experiment and the “Altruism and the Experimental Data on Helping Behavior” article. Literature Review From Jerusalem to Jericho The Jerusalem to Jericho experiment is done to compare what individual traits determine helping behaviors, if any. This experiment put the example of the Good Samaritan to the…

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    certainly played a large role in British Columbia’s history. Fast forward to downtown Vancouver today. While we might not see many voyageurs or red cedar Haida canoes, on June 18 paddles of all types will be joyously dipping in to the waters off Jericho beach. Mountain Equipment Coop will be hosting the 10th Annual MEC Paddlefest…

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    That Man in the Tree Zacchaeus was the chief tax collector for Rome in the city of Jericho. In such a position, fraud was easily committed and apparently, in some cases, it was unintentional. A collector’s duty required him to collect a quota set by the Roman government, any additional money that he collected belonged to him. The temptations and opportunities to enrich him were numerous; however, there is no evidence in scripture that Zacchaeus was a dishonest tax collector; nonetheless, the…

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    gentile woman and a prostitute living in Jericho, which was the city destined to be destroyed by God so that the Israelites could have the land. Rahab was not Jewish, but she had heard the stories of how God was saving the Israelites and leading them to The Promised Land. Rahab had not personally seen the miracles God was working to save the Israelites, but she believed the stories and that God was truly saving them. Rahab helped Israelite spies who went to Jericho before the city was to be…

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    watched Sterling saunter across the room after coming in the house. “Jer is in a talkative mood today. He wouldn’t shut his mouth the whole ride to school.” He smiled his cheshire-cat smile and sat unnecessarily close to her on the couch. “His name is Jericho, not Jer. You are not my father, nor will you ever be, so you don’t have the right to call him Jer.” Her hands formed into defensive and protective fists, but they stayed glued to her side. She wouldn’t dare to purposely hurt someone. She…

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    developing. They offered water to irrigate the fields and also, in this time cars were not invented so the only way to travel was by the rivers. Later on in civilization humans started living in cities, some of the oldest cities include: Damascus, Syria, Jericho, Athens, Greece, and Rayy, Iran. During this time in the cities humans began to develop writing systems such as, cuneiform and hieroglyphs. Which led to the developing of a central government, the military, and more complex buildings…

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    order for years by those previous to them. According to timemaps.com the Mesopotamian lands “By 6000 BC, farming settlements dotted the Middle Eastern landscape from Egypt to Iran. Most of these were small villages, but some, like Jericho, were sizeable towns. Jericho, situated in a large oasis, consisted…

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    That Man in the Tree The chief tax collector for Rome in the city of Jericho was a man named Zacchaeus. In such a position, fraud was easily committed and apparently, in some cases, it was unintentional. A collector’s duty required him to collect a quota set by the Roman government, any additional money that he collected belonged to him. The temptations and opportunities to enrich him were numerous; however, there is no evidence in scripture that Zacchaeus was a dishonest tax collector;…

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    The ancient Greco-Roman legacy is filled with many things that you would typically find on a day to day basis. For instance, everyone uses the alphabet, whether it be reading or writing, and there is architecture, which is almost everywhere around the world. The ancient Greco-Roman world has made an impact on everyday life for everyone. We have a government and welfare system because of the ancient Greco-Roman world. That is a big factor in day to day life nowadays. The alphabet is quite…

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    of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-35) as it relates to my sense of calling to holistic care and the framework that guides my ongoing practice, worldview and vocation. The Good Samaritan “In reply Jesus said: “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he was attacked by…

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