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  • Michael And David Compare And Contrast

    Section A: 1. There are many things that separate Christians from the bible. With all of the translations and different versions of the bible, it is very easy to become distant from the bible. A few of the things that create this distance for modern day Christians is the language that the Israelites used and the culture that they had. Over the years, culture has changed so much, and if one were to look at how culture has changed over the last few thousand years, they could see the hundreds of…

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  • Colonial Houses In Colonial America

    In the south as the colonies grew wealthy landowners started building large farms called plantations. In the houses, there were many rooms including a separate living room and dining room. By this time they had glass windows, multiple fireplaces, and plenty of furniture. Lots of their houses were built in a style that reflected the architecture of the owner's homeland. There were german, dutch, Spanish, and English colonial styles built in many different regions. The log cabins were a…

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  • The Validity Of The Bible In The Iliad

    The Bible is arguably the most important, physical component of Christianity. It is used as a guideline to show us the way to salvation, as well as a means by which we are able to know Him and His will better. Many, however, would question the validity of the Bible. Christians claim that the Bible is infallible, and “useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness ...,”(2 Timothy 3:16, ESV) but even Christians disagree as to what are legitimate books of the Bible. Given…

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  • Case Study: Seymours Solicitors

    I am an enthusiastic marketing consultant, experienced in digital marketing and marketing communication. I focus on the real needs of the client and develop strategy accordingly, in a genuinely creative fashion. I have a passionate ‘can do’ attitude and a singular ability to write great copy. I have almost 20 years’ experience gained while working with a wide variety of organisations including outstanding special education organisations, leading charities, international firms of solicitors,…

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  • Saul's Role In The Early Jewish Nation

    father and now with the other son, Jeb running for president has he been compared to his father and brother. So it is here with Saul, Israel’s first King. It had been a few years since the Jewish people crossed the Jordan River. They saw the Walls of Jericho fall on the seventh day as they walked around it seven times. Collectively as a nation they saw the mighty hand of their God save them on many occasions. The people tried and tested their God but still received His rich blessings over the…

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  • The Importance Of A Spiritual Thermometer

    The main problem is that there are those who believe that the conscience is a spiritual thermometer. Where one assumes that it can be placed into any situation, and will discreetly reveal the moral temperature—too hot, too cold, or just right. Unfortunately, that is not how our conscience work, it is not a spiritual thermostat. The difference is vivacious. Thermostats don’t define hot or cold. One can state that it reflects one’s definition of hot or cold. It is set by however one wants and that…

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  • Song Analysis: Songs For Free

    In the last verse he tells “Nico” to grab horn which presumably is the name of the trumpet player. He also says “hit Jericho with a buzzer beater to end a quarter watch brick and mortar fall like dripping water” Jericho is the record industry and which he does not support they hold creative control over artists and by saying to grab a trumpet suggest that he’s going to bring down record labels with his…

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  • Gordon Childe: The Definition Of Civilization

    another culture. What truly defines civilized behavior can be influenced directly by ones culture and customs, so in other words, what determines a civilization can also be determined by culture and customs. So could some Neolithic communities, such as Jericho, be considered early civilizations that also identify with the characteristics provided by Gordon Childe and other archeologist?…

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  • Personal Narrative: Growing Up In A Single Parent Home

    As a former volunteer, with Jericho Ministry at the Hope Refugee Center in Buffalo, NY it taught me to be selfless and focus on helping others who are less fortunate. While at the community center, I encountered many young men and women who were suffering from homelessness, psychological…

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  • Bystander Effect Definition

    The definition of ‘The Bystander Effect’ is a social psychological phenomenon that refers to cases, which individuals do not help to a victim when other people are present. The Bystander effect was present in the case of Kitty Genovese. The witnesses of this murder did not call the police nor aid her when she was screaming for help. They waited until the last minute to call the police. This very case has stupefied many people, so they have decided to do more in depth research on the bystander…

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