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    The Obedience Study

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    we believe that we are making a decision that we have no moral problems with, when infact on a conscious level our morals are different. A story in the bible called the Good Samaritan, where the only person to help a man injured on the way to Jericho and the only person to help him was a lower class man that believed that…

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    Archaeology, Yale University1 Not any one of the multiple thousands of discoveries made refutes the biblical accounts. Due to limited space, here are just a few of those discoveries (please visit references provided for more details) — The Walls of Jericho (Joshua 6:20) uncovered by British archaeologist, Kathleen Kenyon in the 1950’s. The House of David inscription…

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    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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    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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    Joshua, Judges, And Ruth

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    conquering and allotting land. It opens as God gives Joshua a promise of victory (1:2-5) and a command to be brave (1:6-9). This is a fitting opening for an action packed book (especially in the first half of the book), as Joshua sends out spies to Jericho in the next chapter. After striking a deal with Rahab, Israel follows The Lord's command to march around the city. The walls came down, and they went in to destroy the city. In Joshua chapter 8 Israel defeats Ai, in chapter 10 five Amorite…

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    Reflected Values Paper

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    This paper will describe how Sarah’s practices reflect her values as a leader. Additional insight will be provided for ways leaders might develop a culture that encourages a similar approach. Next, this paper will highlight biblical values that align with Sarah’s values. Finally, current literature regarding these values will be discussed. Sarah’s Actions and Reflected Values Participation and Engagement Initially, Sarah simply asked her team members what they needed to do their jobs.…

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    inherently continue through cultural transmission, similarly to the generational cycle of poverty. The most common form of sexual harassment in the Australian workforce is “inappropriate comments,” following indecent messages and unwanted touching (Jericho, 2015). This was clearly evidential in the survey (see appendix A). In attempting to improve the effectiveness of anti-discrimination law and organisational practices to eliminate sexual harassment, it must be acknowledged that despite…

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    “Another Elegy” is a poem about the relationships in life that happen. In the line “This is what our dying looks like..” gives us as a reader the feeling that we need to believe that when something bad happens, we need to just believe that something that is there. The poem is about someone trying to kill themselves. It happens in the line, “he let the gun go off in his mouth.” Then, all of a sudden, the bad side of the person in the poem comes out. The husband’s head and the wife’s mouth…

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    expound on scripture, and Pope’s authority to summoned council (Kerr, 143). These three items that Luther writes about are known as the “Three Roman Walls”. Luther goes on to express why each of these walls need to come tumbling down like the walls of Jericho. He begins with this idea of Spiritual vs. Secular. When describing this wall Luther speaks about how there is no difference between those that are in religious authority, and those that work secular jobs or careers. In other words those…

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    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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