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    In Chapter 20, verses 9, 15-16, 18 and 27, the penalties for acts of immorality are given. The penalty for cursing of one’s parents, bestiality, and the practice of witchcraft was death. The penalty speaks for the seriousness of God’s command, and the severity of the punishment is meant to deter lawbreakers. In Leviticus 21 God gives “The Law of Priestly Holiness.” In verses 17-18 God speaks to Moses and sets forth His ordinance for ministering priests that they must be free from physical defects. It is written in Lev 21:17 (KJV) “Speak unto Aaron, saying, Whosoever he be of thy seed in their generations that hath any blemish, let him not approach to offer the bread of his God. Lev 21:18 (KJV) For whatsoever man he be that hath a blemish, he shall not approach: a blind man, or a lame, or he that hath a flat nose, or anything…

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    Source 1 is a statement created by Christian Lous Lange and it speaks strongly on the ideological perspective of internationalism. The source is opposing another form of nationalism since it starts off by comparing internationalism with another term by stating “on the contrary”, and this implies that the author is against nationalism because he is not in favour of its “one- sided” (ness) and how it is controlled by showing only one opinion or point of view without the consideration of…

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    the sources for his future speeches. It seemed that in his speech, there had not quotation on his PowerPoint. I think it could be better if he showed one or two sources on the screen. To inform the audience something interesting from the quotation or to show something that will get a surprise from them. At most of the time, the speaker did say something interesting, but without showing to the audience, they will automatically forget it. By showing the source on the screen, it will reminds the…

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    and writings may not always be true, it’s always difficult to find credible sources. In the three articles “Why Nice Guys Finish Last” by Julia Serano, “Visible Man: Ethics in a World without Secrets” by Peter Singer, and “The Weirdest People in the World” by Joseph Henrich, they all represent different ways of how a source can be credible. Many authors and writers strive to make their work and sources credible for the audience, which is why using personal experience, developing a strong tone,…

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    The source was helpful because I never really thought about what types of thing could possibly trigger a memory left in the unconscious. I will be able to use this source to aid me in explaining Holden’s violent outburst. "How Childhood Trauma Affects Adult Relationships." World of Psychology. N.p., 29 Feb. 2016. Web. 05 Mar. 2017. . People who have trauma as a child are more likely to future relationship problems. While it isn't a given, there are many elements that would say otherwise. For…

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    each student to gain fluency in the general capabilities. The teacher begins to extend the general capabilities as there are lessons involving researching and locating sources. This incorporates information and communication technology (ICT). There is also much critical and creative thinking that is involved as the students are to then analyse source and as well as making comparisons. They will use their creative thinking towards the end of the unit as they will create a narrative of their own.…

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    The key aspects discussed in this reflective essay are my personal experiences as a consumer, producer and sharer of information in a 21st-century environment, developing the skill to determine credible sources, the advantages and limitations of working collaboratively online and how to exploit advantages and overcome limitations. Therefore, a proper exploration into each of these aspects can allow an insight into one’s experiences in this unit. An essential point to explore is how this unit…

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    The author should be credential in order for the media to be credible. The information is not biased and the information is accurate. The audience and readers of the media do not encounter any mistakes and find the source reliable. Many news editors believe that, the author of the media should be credential in order for the media to be credible. The author of the article must have a degree, or past experience, or are well known, in order for the story to be credible. If the author’s name is…

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    With the abundance of information available to the public, deciphering between the legitimate and false material is critical to developing a truthful perspective. This means that every source requires investigation- even for knowledgeable professionals. This is the case in every field; however, in regard to healthcare, not only is it essential for quality improvement to ask the correct questions and conduct the right studies, but it is imperative to appropriately interpret and analyze…

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    Furthermore, if I overcame these hurdles, I could possibly never have an argument with my sister because we would talk out our opinions with facts that support our stance like civilized individuals. This would allow me to be open minded and make realize that my opinion is not always correct. The six questions that I need to know for this semester are: 1. Identify what you are reading, listening to, seeing – is it “news”, opinion, objective biased? 2. Who is the source? 3. How reliable and…

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