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    The Antebellum Debate over Slavery, a questionable topic, split the nation and the church into separate entities. Whether Christians believed slavery was morally correct cannot be answered with a simple “yes” or “no”. It may have been a surprise that some religious traditions have not always been opposed to what today is clearly judged as a “heinous social evil: slavery.” It has been historically argued that the role of Christianity played parts in both the promotion and abolition of slavery.…

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    Since the ancient days up until the present day, writing has taken place. Writing was and is a way for people to express certain emotions and give others the opportunity to live moments that have occurred. Writing also serves as a record. Without it, many issues and ways of living of past cultures would not be as apparent as they are today. Two major pieces of writing that serve as great tools to examine and reflect upon two particular cultures are The Epic of Gilgamesh and the book of Exodus.…

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    Prostitution In The Bible

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    As seen through the Ten Commandments, God makes it clear to his people that any type of sexual promiscuity while one married is a sin. God declares, “You shall not commit adultery” Exodus 20:14. Adultery is committed when a person who is married has sexual relations with one who…

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    realize how important it is to get involved in the community, to help others who are in need, and to be kind to others. My cultural background has also played a major part of what has formed me. Growing up in a Catholic family I was taught the Ten Commandments. Some of the…

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    Hester Prynne and John Proctor are two characters that are from very well know pieces of literature. Hester is from The Scarlet Letter written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and Proctor from The Crucible written by Arthur Miller. Even though these two characters are from different stories they have more in common than the reader may realize. Hester and Proctor have both committed the sin of adultery. Hester had a child out of wedlock and Proctor had an affair with his servant, Abigail. Through both of…

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    God In The Old Testament

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    for themselves . This letter from Paul depicts an image common in today, that we are longing for God. In addition to this, through Romans the law makes us aware of our sin and reveals the continued wickedness of the people a reminder that the commandments are current and a necessary act of love from…

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    As far back as one can remember, men were always the strong and powerful ones when compared to a woman. Woman always seemed to be looked down upon when compared to men, and were expected to follow upon certain standards from others. Woman should not have been treated inferior; they should have been able to live their lives as they wanted, because they are no less than men. Looking back at the characters in The Crucible Abigail, Mary Warren, and Elizabeth, represent various unfair, rasping…

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    of this essay provide background information on the origin of Pauline resurrection as well as outline tensions within Paul explanation of the Parousia. The second part of this essay will focus on what the immortal body is along with adherence to the ten commandants to achieve it. The third part of…

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    Research Paper On Heaven

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    all his angels live. You can get there by being a good Christian. For example, you must always follow the Ten Commandments, placing your faith in the Holy Trinity, and share the gospel. The Ten Commandments are rules handed down to Moses by God on Mount Sinai. As a follower of Christ you are expected to follow these rules throughout your everyday life. One of the rules in the Ten Commandments includes “Thou shall not bear false witness”. This as human beings is very difficult to do. Heaven is…

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    is the most serious sins in the 7th circle is because if we relate to commandment of God, the greatest commandment is “Love the Lord, your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength” and the second is “love your neighbor as your self”. There is no commandment greater than these. From there, we can conclude that violence or offense are basically mean against the two commandment above- against love. In cantos XI:47, the word “blasphemy”-…

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