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    Soldier Up I came into this world way ahead of schedule at 28 weeks weighing only 2 pounds, 2 ounces. Prior to my delivery, the doctor told my mom I would have a 50/50 chance for survival. However, I would most likely be petite, have a failure to thrive, possible intellectual disabilities and may also be blind. All my mother heard was, “...there was a chance…” She prayed to God to let me live and be healthy, and He could do whatever he wanted with me. “Soldier Up”. I have been through many…

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    It would be convenient if I could mesh together the Bible and the Koran. It would be convenient if I could say that the God of the Bible is the same God of the Koran. There would be a lot less tension on both sides for some. I simply cannot say that to be true. Through my research on both sides I am convinced that the God of the Bible is not the same God of the Koran. People have worshipped gods since human existence began, but to say that Allah is the same God as Yahweh Elohim of the Bible is…

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    Reflection on Vern S. Poythress “Redeeming Mathematics: A God-Centered Approach” Written by Jordan Baker, Numon Gafurov, CJ Gordon, Charlie Hubbard, and Alex Vander Stoep The Society of Brainiacs - Affiliation NWC Overview: In his book, “Redeeming Mathematics: A God-Centered Approach”, Vern S. Poythress offers a foundational interpretation for all mathematical thought. Driven by his strong love for math along with his strong love for God, Poythress argues that “God’s consistent character and…

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    The world that we live in is going down the drain. We see school shootings all the time, and we see people of fame drinking and using drugs on a regular basis. Kids are also being influenced by horrid ideas and societal norms. Our society now is built to corrupt the mind, and to enforce sin. We must find a way to stop these social norms from spreading, influencing, and corrupting our America. By Noah Stevens, On the issue of our degrading society, 2015 Our problem comes from the corruption of…

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    In the episode called “Who is God?” of the series “The Story of God”, Morgan Freeman explores the concept of who God is and how the idea of God has evolved. He visits several places throughout the world, including places like India and Egypt. The episode shares insights, but doesn’t insinuate or stretch facts on who God is? The show begins with Morgan taking a trip to India to get some insights on Hinduism. The woman states that Hinduism is an umbrella term and that there not just…

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    Particularly in the Road, where all moral and cultural institutions known to humankind have been extinguished, religion and the belief in supernatural beings are at the forefront of the father’s thinking. In a world where humanity and kindness are mostly extinct, it is evident that the father adheres to the thought there might be a God-like figure. Religious and spiritual terms are often used throughout the novel, although the man often doubts the existence of a God and repeatedly curses him: He…

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    Ottoman Vs Byzantine

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    Paper 2: Ottoman vs. Byzantine: Religious Building Architecture A general trend of the artworks in this course, throughout almost every society we have studied thus far, is the reference to religious practices and beliefs of a specific culture. This trend has not changed at all and can been seen directly in the significance of Byzantine and Ottoman architecture for places of religious practice. Though the specific religion that is referenced in these two cultures are different, some ways of…

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    Why Do I Need Religion

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    As I am maturing and trying to figure out what I want to do in life, religion plays a role in my decisions. Like I have mentioned earlier, I was raised in a Christian household, specifically Catholic. My family would go to church every Sunday. My family raised me to worship one God. I still face the same experiences as Istak during his journey. Istak was “drawn to the Church, to seek not salvation but a future that was not limned by hunger” (José, 141). For me, I am drawn to the Church to seek…

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    The author utilizes this article to inform readers about the misuse of the name Jehovah in Christian translation. He points out that this was mispronunciation was recognized and caused The New American Standard Bible to remove it from their version. Names that should have been known for God in Christianity were not included in our translations. Listing the Contents Adler What’s in a name article- Brief Explanation of the Contents The author utilizes this article to inform readers about…

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    My core values and beliefs have been developed over quite a few aspects. There are many events and reasons in my life as to why and how I act and think the way that I do. Everyone has different explanations based on their own experiences and upbringings. To start off with, my beliefs about God existing is one of the main forces as to why I am who I am today. The Bible and what its stories have to offer support these beliefs. God It has been the stance of historic Christianity that, unlike other…

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