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    The poem “January”, written by poet William Carlos Williams, uses imagery to paint a vivid picture in the mind of the reader. Williams also uses descriptive language and the metaphor of wind and the sentences the narrator is bound to, to exemplify the picture in the reader’s mind. A particular example of imagery in the poem is when William states “And the wind, as before fingers perfectly it’s derisive music.” In this quote, Williams expands to the senses of auditory and touch. He expands to…

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    Satanism Research Paper

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    Satanism Satanism as a religious topic refers to the collaboration of philosophical and ideological beliefs on the character of Satan. Satanism officially lingered in the public offing in 1966, with the emergence of Church of Satanism. However, prior to the Church of Satanism, history shows that Satanism existed earlier. Earlier, according to historical facts, a group known as Sphite Cultus Satanas established itself in the State of Ohio in 1948. Sloane Arthur Herbert founded the Sphite Cultus…

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    The film Blade Runner of 1982, poses the question of “what makes a human? And what makes a machine?”. If ultimately humans are trying to make “machines” just like themselves, then why are they not treated like humans. If humans are trying to create an “artificial life” that embodies human, they should treat it like a living life rather than a disposable object. Blade runner is essentially about Deckard (Harrison Ford), is a “blade runner”, who is a specialized assassin that his hired to find and…

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    and Baird share the same ideas. In many cultures, silent meditation is a critical part of religion, and is said to help create a bridge between the believer and the God they worship. Looking into the text of Christian belief, in the New Testament in John 10:10 the scripture reads, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy.” In this particular scripture, “the thief” is referring to Satan, and what he has come to steal, kill and destroy is an understanding and passion for Jesus, but in…

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    Good and Evil have filled our world, minds, and lives for as long as the human race can trace. Evil appearing to be more plentiful, yet, good always being the defeater. From the horrible actions upon the Jewish to the modern terrorism; the black plague to the ever so heart wrenching cancer and mental disorders; and the old fighting between tribes and clans to the presence of gang-violence in our streets. All evils that have affected our ways in some way or ways. We would all like to think these…

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    Proverbs- The book of Proverbs literary genre consists of poems, parables, however the major literacy is parallism. Examples that are used in the bible are synonymous .. Pride goeth before destruction, And a haughty spirit before a fall (16:18). Antithetical… He that is stedfast in righteousness shall attain unto life; And he that pursueth evil doeth it to his own death. (11:19), Synthetic He that hideth hatred is of lying lips; And he that uttereth a slander is a fool. (10:18). Comparative As…

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    Where do we go when we die? Everyone is their own person when their dead. You don ́t have any type of communication with NO ONE at all except God. God created the earth, planets, space,etc. We all human beings, animals, insects, etc was created by the man above. Heaven and Hell is our two decisions that God decides for us to go for eternity. Heaven and Hell was created by God, Heaven for Jesus and Hell for the Devil. There are angels in Heaven that was born in B.C and after christ. Angels such as…

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    “The Lord of the Flies”, written by William Golding, explores the inescapable sinful nature of humans. Golding’s book reflects upon the Garden of Eden in order to address this true nature of mankind. In the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve commit sin by eating fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Although they were placed in a perfect environment where all of their needs were met, they soon became corrupted by their primitive drive for pleasure and power. As a result of their sinful…

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    that someone has trespassed the Garden of Eden. Milton describes the devolution or degeneration of Satan since the rebellion to when he faces Gabriel and the other archangels in Eden. He starts as an archangel (when God creates him); then to a cherub (much lesser angel); from cherub to a bird (which is the last shape he has with the ability to fly); a lion and then a tiger (those animals are dangerous and feared by man); and finally to a frog . Milton makes a point symbolizing how evil and sin…

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    Tragic love stories have fascinated humans since ancient times. They conquered the hearts of many and opened the ways for more love stories. Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1343 – to October 1400) is one of the most famous English authors of the middle ages. Chaucer is considered the father of English literature and thrilled the mass with his literary works. His most famous works include the Canterbury Tales and Troilus and Criseyde. Yet, again a tragic love story that is still widely popular in the 21st…

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