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    The book of Esther New King James Version Esther was a prime example of a charismatic leader. Hackman and Johnson, (2013) argues that charismatic leaders are somewhat like the superstores of leadership because they have significant impact on the lives of others. She exemplified the five practices of exemplary leadership according to Kouzes and Posner (2012) and five elements for Baldoni (2003) • Model the way - Esther started from humble beginnings. However, it took her two years of training to become queen. She was teachable and learned to listen at an early age. Esther’s uncle was Mordechai, also was her mentor. Esther became Queen because the previous Queen Vashti was dethroned. • The change came about, or the problem was when Mordechai…

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    The Grief of Hamlet and Samuel Johnson In Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Hamlet’s murder of his father, the King of Denmark, spun him into bitter grief and he became weary of the world, which seemed to him as an “unweeded garden, where all the wholesome flowers were choked up, and nothing but weeds could survive” (Lamb & Lamb, 2010, p. 321). Comparably, Samuel Johnson grieved the death of his wife, Tetty and eighteen year later, his sadness is as intense as the day she perished, as Johnson wrote,…

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    mindset), God defines feminism for us. Proverbs 31:10-26 declares, “Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies… [she] worketh willingly with her hands…. She reacheth forth her hands to the needy… She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness” (Authorized King James Version). In these verses, The Bible clarifies and defines the role of women as being selfless, charitable, and kind. According to the creation story in The Bible, God created Adam…

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    There were many things happening in the world during Shakespeare so much history taking place building important depth in how society is either influenced or even how it’s run due to improvement or advancement in today's technology.There will be three subject I will be talking about and they are Europe,Asia,and the topic of religion.The first one will be about Europe more specifically How England was back then.Queen Elizabeth dies at age 69 in the year 1603 causing them to select a new king…

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    Grieving Book Reflection

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    Reflecting back over the information captured from reading their book has given me a clearer sense of how God’s people can perish due to the lack of knowledge (Hosea 4:6, King James Version). Although, I too agree with Leming and Dickerson (2011) that grievers need support and assistance during their bereavement process, sometimes I find it difficult to do so because of not knowing how or what support to offer. Because of that, I will refrain from giving any support for the fear of…

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    This would include ownership, money, inequality of possessions, competition, attitudes of heart, and effect on world poverty. Each one of these task if carried out right can be a powerful tool to show God’s unconditional love to those who are not saved. For actions always speak louder than words. For this is talked about throughout the Bible. A good example of this would be James 3:13, “Who is a wise man and endued with knowledge among you? let him shew out of a good conversation his works with…

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    Hebrew And Aramaic Analysis

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    because the translator’s preference and the specific words used in the text can lead to several translations emerging with slight differences between each version. Even seemingly straight-forward…

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    In his classic work “Mere Christianity,” C. S. Lewis describes a basic Christian worldview. A significant theme Lewis discusses is the issue of morality and its meaning in relation to God and to one another. Where does morality come from and how does one become moral? Lewis contends that all ethics originate with God and that human beings cannot be truly moral apart from the transforming work of Jesus Christ. In a chapter entitled, “The Three Parts of Morality,” Lewis proposes that one part of…

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    originates with God, Lewis argues, nor can man be truly moral apart from the transforming work of Jesus Christ. In a chapter entitled, “The Three Parts of Morality,” Lewis suggests that one part of morality is the “tidying up” of one’s self on the inside, in other words, to “first clean the inside of the cup” (Matthew 23:25-28, New International Version). Further, in the chapter I wish to discuss “Nice People or New Men,”…

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    Bible Translation

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    There are many versions and translations of the bible, just as there are many types of people reading the bible there are many different versions to accommodate the variety of people reading . Although all of the versions and translations are accurate and there is an overall message for each verse that all the versions stick to, there are definitely a lot of differences among the versions. The above table shows the differences among just three versions of the same verse. The First translation,…

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