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    pass that from a new moon to another and one sabbath to another shall all flesh come to worship before me”. we are all sinners and do not meet the standards of righteousness that god intended us to have. the standards of righteousness is the 10 commandments which are, do not take the name of of your lord in vain, remember sabbath day, honor your mom and dad, nor murdering or adultery and…

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    J.D. Salinger uses this first example of imagery in The Catcher in the Rye to show that the things we see in the world can change how we view the world and the people in it. “There didn't look like there was anything in the park except dog crap and globs of spit and cigar butts from old men, and the benches all looked like they'd be wet if you sat down on them” (Salinger 124). Using the park, Salinger uses imagery to show the way Holden sees the world. Through Holden’s sense of sight, he sees…

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    fraud quickly following a meeting with Putin. Khodorkovsky was considered Putin’s greatest opponent, as he openly called out the Russian government for their wrongdoings and even pronouncing Putin a criminal (Herszenhorn). He was imprisoned for almost ten years and later exiled from Russia (Rawlings). Putin is easily able to suppress any outspoken opposition when he shows he will not hesitate to put even a man of power in prison for criticizing his rule. He understands that people fear the…

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    We should be teaching bibles in schools because we should know why we was created and why there is so much crime in this world and how was the world created and why they decided to ban the bibles in schools.In the commencement God created heaven and Earth. The earth itself had no shape , it was empty and full darkness and covered with water. The spirit of god came over the water , and God said , “let there be light” and there was light , and God saw that the light was perfect. And then God…

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    Both the pigs in George Orwell’s Animal Farm and Vladimir Putin use fear and propaganda to stay in power. Animal Farm is an allegory meant to represent the events of the Russian Revolution in 1917. The book is about animals who overtake their farm to run it themselves. They eventually fall under the leadership of a pig named Napoleon who often deceives the animals in order to maintain power. The book highlights the ignorance of the animals who end up just as they were in the beginning of the…

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    The Old Testament is old, right? And the order of it is pretty dang important, so that’s what I 'm talking about. And it goes like this. So first as you would think, we are going to start with the key events of Genesis and so on, So first off God created all the things, on the first day God created The heavens and the earth and light and darkness. On the second day God created the sky. On the third day God created dry land, the sea, and also vegetation, so like plants and seeds and stuff. On the…

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    Animal Farm The book "Animal Farm" is written by George Orwell which provides a though provoking symbolization of the usage of propaganda. The book starts by introducing a character called Old Major who is a pig and is respected by all the animals. He instigates the farm animals by telling them that the root of their problems is human beings. Every farm animal agrees to the Old Major’s proposition since they all view him as a respectable yet wise man. This creates a drift between the humans and…

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    As the animals do not have the greatest memory, or great literacy, when the commandments are changed to fit the pig's needs, any doubts that the animals may have are blamed on faults in the animal's memory. One of the only literate animals on the farm, Muriel, is unable to remember what the original commandments stated; meaning, she cannot decipher if there was a change in the commandments. The power of literacy is clearly shown when the pigs take advantage of the other animal's illiteracy…

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    Absolute Power: Destruction at its Finest Although power is coveted by many, it is nothing compared to absolute power—command that has no limitations and is beyond anyone’s control. Absolute power is like the authority Tsar Nicholas II had before the Russian Revolution. The Tsar has a divine right to rule, therefore, his decision, once made, was final. The President of the United States’ power is nothing compared to the Tsar’s absolute power. However, just because one has complete control,…

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    Or,am I the only one amused by that. My identifiers education also conflicts with a lot with my main practice, if you recall ‘GOD’ has been taken out of school. In response to my criminal justice and criminal psychology background, the 10 Commandments have been removed from Statutes, Acts and from the Law house. So conflict, I think is an understatement. 4.In your own teaching practice, what are the most salient features of your identity? How have these aspects of your identity…

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