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    Throughout many centuries, there has always been presents of war around the world. There have been signs of possible war all the way back from 12,000 to 14,000 years ago. In this article, researchers argue about the first signs of war and how it affects the human body and mind. Throughout this article, it talks about the hunter-gatherers thousands of years ago. I think that there were tons of warfare when the hunter-gatherers were around. If there are different groups and clans in the same…

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    curation is usually looked at backwards in the sense that the process is building something up rather than what it truly is which is tearing something down. Curation into beauty consists of shaping something by taking things away, and in The Lost Wax by Jericho Parms, the author shows this central theme throughout the book that a person is made and formed by the losses in their life. This theme is accentuated by stories in Parms’ life that implore love and loss, but these stories that on the…

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    watching. 3. R-Truth runs for President WWE can come up with some crazy ideas to promote matches at their Pay-Per-Views. One such idea was the Presidential style debate between all the participants - CM Punk, R-Truth, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Chris Jericho and Kofi…

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    “BALAK THE KING OF MOAB AND THE FIVE KINGS OF MIDIAN” After the children of Israel had defeated the Amorites kings, they journeyed and encamped in the plains of Moab, on the east side of the Jordan river at Jericho. When Balak the king of Moab saw all that Israel had done to the Amorite kings, Moab was terrified and Moab went to the elders of Midian and paid prophet Balaam a foreteller to curse the children of Israel. However, the Lord came to Balaam and ask him of the company of people he was…

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    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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    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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    leading the assault used ten Panzer IVs and Panzer Vs (“Panther”), both being Model G variants, with twice as many Sd.Kfz 251 halftracks sporting MG42s manned and crewed by an entire Adelburger crew. For the RGA, two Luftgeschwader crews piloted Jericho attack miniature planes (the one that resembled the Ju87 “Stuka”), while two more crews piloted several We-405 (the one that resembled the Messerschmitt Me262 jet fighter) that were patterned after…

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    according to worldly standards, not many were powerful, not many were of noble birth.” God purposely calls and uses the unrighteous, the weak, and the least pedigreed. God used Rahab, who was a harlot, to help the Israelites capture the City of Jericho. Likewise, God chose Gideon, a nobody, to save the Israelites from the Midianites. Gideon who knew he was weak responded to God by essentially asking, “Why me?” Gideon said, “Please, Lord, how can I save Israel? Behold, my clan is…

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    The Book of Joshua explains how the Israelites invaded and conquered all of the other existing nations and tribes living in Canaan in order to fullfill the promise, in Genesis 12:6-7, made by God to Abraham that the Israelites would inherit Canaan. At the time of the biblical Conquest of Canaan it included what today is Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, a northwestern part of Jordan and a southwestern portion of Syria. As described in the Old Testament, the Conquest of Canaan by Moses and the…

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    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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