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    King Nimrod is: A.) one of the clearest examples of Antichrist types and B.) clearly resembles Donald Trump. “8Now Cush became the father of Nimrod; he became a mighty one on the earth. 9He was a mighty hunter before the LORD; therefore it is said, “Like Nimrod a mighty hunter before the LORD. 10The beginning of his kingdom was Babel and Erech and Accad and Calneh, in the land of Shinar.” (Genesis 10:8-10) Regarding the statements, “mighty one” and “a mighty hunter before the Lord.” Louis Talbot says, “The ancient rabbis tell us that this statement means that Nimrod went out from the presence of the Lord, in the sense that he turned his back upon God and His truth, and became a ‘hunter of souls’. Seeking to turn multitudes of men away from God and unto himself.” (The Revelation of Jesus Christ, Louis T. Talbot 1937) The Hebrew name for “mighty one” is gibbor which also means, chief. (The name “Donald” means great chief.) In Genesis 6, the wicked offspring of human beings and fallen angels were called Nephilim (see chapter, “In the Days of Noah”). As with Nimrod, Genesis 6:4 describes these Nephilim as “mighty men (gibbor) of renown” — renown meaning: “men with a name”. The gibbor were part human, part fallen angel, and are described as GIANTS. The Antichrist will eventually also become part human and part angel — the mightiest of mighty men. The name “Nimrod” means, “rebel”, a similar meaning to The Antichrist, who is characterized as the “the Lawless One”. King Nimrod…

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    • In what context should the Endurance expedition be analyzed? As a scientific endeavor? An entrepreneurial venture? An exercise in imperial opportunity? By what criteria should the expedition be evaluated? Given your answer to the preceding question, was it a success or a failure? The Endurance expedition fits in all three contexts of imperial, scientific and entrepreneurial. Ernest Shackleton used his journalist contacts in order to promote the expedition. Shackleton was not able to…

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    resort for failures in rich families. Charles did not care much at all about his ministry studies and spent most of his time with young sportsmen. At Cambridge, Charles began to meet many scientists. Daily, the scientists would encourage Charles to study natural history. A botanist by the name of John Steven Henslow was a particular influence on Charles. Henslow assisted Charles in his struggle with low self-esteem. When 1831 rolled around Charles received his B.A. He had become a lot more…

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    Please review the 2 media packages attached here. One is for BRAVO and the other for E! Analyze how well they go about building value for their particular network. In your opinion, which one did a better job? Please produce a typed paper that 1) Analyzes the BRAVO presentation for value, 2) Analyzes the E! Presentation for value and then 3) Tell which did a better job of building value for their network. Justify your choice. (See Chapter 8, p. 126-129 for information on creating value.)…

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    Nicias and the Importance of Persuasive Leadership How did Nicias fail to convince the Athenian assembly that the Sicilian Expedition was a strategic error? His arguments, while valid and logical, are not sufficient to win over the assembly to undo their vote of war. Not only does Thucydides have incomplete information about these events, but Thucydides’ prior knowledge of Nicias’s failure colors the way he reconstructs Nicias’s ineffective arguments against war. Nicias attempts to dissuade the…

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    He had many preferences and passions as a kid. He saw the ocean as a place to explore and this pushed him to look out for new ways to document it. Because of this he was able to take part in the Challenger Expedition. The Challenger Expedition was the first of its kind. It gathered all types of marine life that was just being seen for the first time. They learned the basics like what temperatures of the ocean in certain spots were and along with it all they learned of oceanic currents (Dive and…

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    I Choice the TV shows America’s Got Talent and Chicago Fire because they are definitely not like each other. First of all, Chicago Fire is a show about the firefighters, rescue squad members and paramedics of Chicago firehouse 51. America’s Got Talent is a talent show that Auditions people from all across the country, to find performers and groups of all kinds. These two shows are on my list because first of all, I love America’s Got Talent because there is always something new that you will…

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    The black bean episode, or the black bean lottery, was the result of the Mier expedition. Alexander Somervell had led his militia to raid border towns, such as Guerrero and Laredo, and decided to quit due to the fear of a deadly clash with Mexican troops. Only 189 troops listened to his orders and went on the long journey back home. Over three hundred troops continued on their journey with their new leader, William S. Fisher. The Texans decided to cross the Rio Grande River and enter the town…

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    Sir Ernest Shackleton wanted to explore Antarctica by boat. In 1901, Sir Ernest Shackleton went on the Antarctic expedition. “In 1908, he returned to the Antarctic as the leader of his own expedition, on the ship 'Nimrod'.” (http://www.bbc.co.uk) "In 1914, Shackleton made his third trip to the Antarctic with the ship 'Endurance', planning to cross Antarctica via the South Pole." Ernest Shackleton has faces many challenges, such as leading the expedition to Antarctica on the ship ‘Endurance’,…

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    Although Sir Ernest Shackleton did not conquer his life dream, some still believe he is a great explorer. Ernest Shackleton was an Irish-British explorer who had attempted multiple times to accomplish his dreams, but failed. Later, after a tragic accident, he decided to become a journalist. Before he died, he set sail for one last attempt at being the first person to ever cross the whole Antarctic. When Ernest Shackleton was younger, he had gone and “joined the merchant navy at the age of 16”…

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