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Transit finance project
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...sources. Being hired as a consultant by Metrolinx for analysing and recommending the most appropriate mix of user fees and new taxes for raising $2 billion per year, it is appropriate to list the potential revenue sources, which are listed as follows: a) A dedicated increase to the HST. b) A dedicated increase in the municipal Property Tax c) Pay-by-distance tolls on the 400-series highways, the Gardiner, and the DVP (as are currently charged for use of the 407) d) A dedicated increase in the gas tax e) A payroll tax paid by employers f) Development Charges g) A daily levy... Macro & Micro Economics: Transit Finance Project Number: Part Introduction All the societies set up organisations for responding...
Information Literacy: Annotated Bibliography
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...sourced, citing scholarly articles throughout, which, though somewhat unoriginal, are largely accurate in the broad sweeps. One of the ways this source is specifically useful is in defining and explaining the theology behind the Crusades, and demonstrating how people who went on Crusades could come to terms with using violence for religious ends. It also has a brief section describing current views of the Crusades, including the Catholic Church’s much publicized apology for the events of the crusades. This source should be treated lightly, as it has an obvious bias (coming from a Catholic-identified website) but in some ways an obvious bias is easier... This bibliography is for a research project...
Managing Operations
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...sources and the flow charts, the problems have been identified. To solve these problems the recommendations have been given in the end. New product development appears to be the weakest area of Subway’s operations. It is primarily because of the reason that the company has been giving more attention towards expansion instead of retaining the existing customers. After identifying this problem in this report, the recommendation has been provided at the end. In fact, new product development can appear as a potential advantage for the company. In the last, the evaluation of layout strategy of Subways has been done. Interestingly, Subway outlets... Outline Subway appears to be one of the leading s in quick...
Seattle University
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...source. In recent years, American universities have become more and more inclusive in their outlook. "Ensure a university environment that is inclusive as well as diverse and that fosters a spirit of community among faculty, staff, and students by increasing the diversity of its faculty and staff; by recruiting outstanding and diverse graduate and undergraduate students; by improving the graduation rate of ethnic minority students; and by building a greater sense of community among... 246959 Seattle one of the oldest universities in the United s, has been reinventing itself very often and is in par with the most modern of the US Universities. The Seattle website lists the freshmen requirements as...
Important Social Issue
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...analysing the income levels of people within different countries. Many poverty stricken individuals still reside within the poorer countries in the world (Chen & Ravallion, 2010). This information is collected based on government sources utilised during undertaking of national census. The national census information is commonly... POVERTY Introduction Poverty has been defined as a social in which an individual or a communitylacks the essential resources to support minimum living standards established by a society. The economic status of countries and societies forms a fundamental element utilised in defining poverty levels. Poverty statistics are commonly presented in regard to financial resources...
What I learned from On Judaism by Martin Buber
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...Theology by Martin Buber Martin Buber’s work can only be understood if and only ifyou take his faith as a Jew, as well as a philosopher of dialogue. His analysis on religion and theology focuses mainly on two figures, Jesus and Apostle Paul. He attempts to analyze Jesus situated between Apostle Paul and his Jewishness. He presents Jesus as a member of classic Judaism. He addresses Judaism as a phenomenon of religious reality, and that it has become manifested through Judaism. So the Judaism exists for the sake of this reality. He argues that by the term ‘God’ he means not a moral ideal, social image nor a projection of a psychic nor anything created... submitted Book Report, Review, Religion and...
Movie review: Sabah, Ae Fond Kiss or Monsieur Ibrahim
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...Sources of information whether in through the internet is biased in a particular towards a certain religious movement, which can be compared to the racial prejudice is in existence among millions of people... Movie Review: Monsieur Ibrahim The movie Monsieur Ibrahim can be characterized as a film that has been used to enhance religious themes especially in a Muslim perspective. This film was set in a France, Paris of 1960, which is in West Europe where the world of today has “Eurocentric prejudice against Islam needs to be understood as a historical justification for colonialism.” (Ernst, 5). The specific area where the movie is set is on the Rue Bleue, which is comprises a neighborhood of working class ...
Comparative analysis: Creation in the Bible, Quran and Native American
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...sources of their faith and compare the perspectives of how they view how man and the universe were created particularly the Bible and the Quran. It would be interesting to note that there are aspects of the Bible and Quran that are similar even if they have differences in their theology and always in conflict. The first noticeable difference between the Bible and Quran about the creation is their structure of narration. The Bible is more structured as the creation is clearly... that both Adam and Eve were already wearing some kind of raiment before their fall (Quran 7:27) attesting the conservatism of Islam since its very beginning. Both Scriptures recognized the Garden of Eden but differed...
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...Theology and Law that teaches men to serve God and the society as well as provide the contents that allow for rational inquiry. With time, Holmes (2004, pp. 385-386) indicates that Theology and Science were incorporated into liberal arts, and by 18th and 19th century, the liberal arts expanded and were greatly linked with classical education. This was aimed at ensuring that one was not only liberally educated but also made conversant with Latin, Greek... Summary Summary In the work of Holmes (2004, pp. 385-386), the indicates that the liberal arts refer to s that touch on language and thinking. Liberal arts also focuses on the end result that emanates from a cause. In addition to the liberal arts is...
SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY
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...THEOLOGY IN THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH AND INDIVIDUAL BELIVER due: Introduction According to (Doran, 2005:5),systematic theology is primarily the organization of the teachings of the Bible into definite systems. This can further be explained with the example of the information given in the Bible about angels. There is no one particular book that gives all the details and information about angels. Systematic theology takes all the information about angels from all the Bible books that talk about angels and organizes it to make angelology. Systematic theology has various advantages as said by (Fiorenza, 20011:76) in that it ensures that all the Bible doctrines have a place in the Christian’s... ? SYSTEMATIC...
Compare curanderismo, espiritualismo, with Afro-Caribbean Santeria, Pentecostalism
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...Theology. Is it an Effective Way to Liberate Latina/os? Liberation theology entails a set of religious ideals that are aimed at advocating for liberation against oppression and injustice for the poor people. It was crafted as a Christian based liberation tool for the poor in the historical Latin American society. The theologians engaged in liberation read and interpret the Bible from the perspective of the poor people in the Latin American society. Interestingly, liberation theology was formed... Latino Religion Compare curanderismo, espiritualismo, with Afro-Caribbean Santeria, Pentecostalism. Curanderismo is a spiritual healing practice that incorporates the body, mind, and spirit. Evidently,...
Evil, a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology
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...Theology Paul Ricoeur is a European intellectual. As far as his religious orientation is concerned he is a French Huguenot and a Barthian Christian.1Currently an Emeritus at the Divinity School, University of Chicago, he has produced many renowned books on religion and theology. His book, Figuring the Sacred is one such book and is a wonderful collection of twenty-one essays. In an essay titled Evil, a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology (19852) which is a part of this book Ricoeur has discussed manifold explanations of evil and how it can be defined by philosophy. As one of the giants of his field Ricoeur once again sets us thinking in his... Figuring the Sacred: Evil, a Challenge to Philosophy and...
Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truths by Charles Caldwell Ryrie
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...Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truths by Charles Caldwell Ryrie The book Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truth is written by Charles Caldwell Ryrie. It is about systematic theology with basic language used by the author. The simple terms ensure that the general public can easily understand the matter and what it teaches. Theology is basically the study of religion. It is something which can be done by everybody. They do not need a specific degree or thought process to be a theologian. They can just think about the religion, they may go ahead and go beyond to find out more about it by taking classes or reading books... , or...
Research mothodology
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...analysing the strategic management of small firms in the UK. The objective of this study is to explore, and assess the literature about strategic management of small firms. Moreover, the study focuses on various issues ranging from business planning approach within such firms to the management processes employed by them. In order to discover the desired objective, two key questions shall be probed. These include: - What is the source of comparative advantage among small enterprises? And - How well does strategic management influence small enterprises? This research study falls into two key phases, which includes... Chapter 3: Research methodology 3 Introduction This study is centred on exploring and...
Religion and theology
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...Theology [Insert al Affiliation] In the contemporary spiritual world, preaching matters since it is an imperative activity in spreading the Gospel in and beyond the church and for the existences and growth of the church. In that sense, Long (2011), Lovell & Richardson (2011) advocate that for the preeminent practice of preaching to be realized in the current world, the preachers must seek for a conversational, collaborative and cross-cultural form of preaching. Theology is concerns with subjects such as; human nature, family issues like divorce, sex, marriage, female/male, and the elderly roles and this must be tackled with much cautiousness and not from outdated cultural dimension... Religion and...
Martin Luther's Eucharist
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...theology of the Eucharist in The Babylonian Captivity of the Church. This paper will demonstrate Luther’s dependence on the Bible for his theology of the Eucharist by exploring the way he employs the Scriptures to do three things. First, Luther argues that the Eucharist is one of the three sacraments of the Church. Second, he declares that the bread and wine should both be made available to the congregation. Thirdly, he advances an argument against transubstation. All three of these arguments, as will be demonstrated... Jessica Wijaya THST 398 Prof. Matthew Pereira May 7, Research Paper Martin Luther’s Eucharist and Sola Scriptura I. Introduction The Babylonian Captivity of the Church has been described...
Accounting Proposal
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...source of research would be direct observation of how business (both large and small) use computerize accounting systems in their activities after which I will then record my findings and analyse them. I intend also to use past literature... Accounting Proposal al Affiliation Accounting Proposal Accounting is an integrated process that entails measuring, processing, analysing and communication of financial information pertaining to business transactions. It primarily involves the process of doing a systematic and comprehensive record of financial transactions related to a business. Accounting is a critical factor in the success of any business organisation whether large or small. It is instrumental for...
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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...source in America at present. “According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nearly half of all the gasoline sold in the U.S. contains up to 10 percent ethanol, which not only boosts octane but also helps meet federally mandated air quality requirements” (Is Ethanol Better for Environment Than Gasoline?, 2010). The utility of ethanol as a fuel is a highly controversial subject in America today. Some people believe that ethanol is renewable, more environmental friendly and an economical alternate energy source for the oil fuels... ? SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE Ethanol is a biofuel, produced from corn and feedstocks and is used as an alternate energy source...
Individual reflective assessment
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...ANALYSE DATA FROM MULTIPLE SOURCES Extracting and analysing data from multiple sources increases the credibility of the data and it becomes reliable for application purposes. An accountant must ensure that the information used by him can be relied upon and in order to ensure the reliability of the information, the accountant must have the ability to locate, extract and analyse data from multiple resources. In some circumstances, there is difference in accounting treatments applied within entities and the accountant must ensure that the accounting treatments are valid by extracting the relevant information from multiple... Individual Reflective Assessment I always wanted to be a part of a dynamic...
Religion - Theology of the book of relevations
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...Theology of the book of revelations In the seventh chapter of Richard Bauckham’s celebrated work The Theology of the Book of Revelation, the author argues that Revelation has a unique place in the Christian canon of Scripture and it is the only work of Christian prophecy that forms part of the canon. According to him, Revelation’s claim to be Christian prophecy should be comprehended in relation to its claim to continuity with the whole biblical tradition. Revelation as a prophecy, like biblical prophecy in general, should be realized as comprising three closely related elements. First of all, there is discernment of the modern situation by prophetic insight into God’s nature and purpose... Religion -...
Book Review of The Christians as the Romans Saw Them
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...sources of history. This aspect has made the book a useful reading to those interested in history as well as Christians who seek an insight into the controversies that have shaped their coming into being, doctrines, theology and the church. The writer has drawn from widely known Christian and pagan sources to offer readers an enlightening account of the way Romans perceived Christianity before it was established as their empire’s religion. This paper will present a review of the 238-page book, which was published in 2003. The book offers an absorbing depiction of the Christian movement... ? Book Review of “The Christians as the Romans Saw Them” Book Review of “The Christians as the Romans Saw Them” In...
Classical Islamic Modernism
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...sources and alter the last two in order to craft a reformist prospect for the reason of the persistent principles of scientific consistency and contemporary social philosophy. Moreover, such outstanding scholars and theologians, together with their associates and followers exhibited Islamic theology in a way that matches contemporary rationalist notions. Moreover, some of these contemplators depicted Islam as attuned with deistic and natural creed. Additionally, they were bewildered by the accomplishments of the West, ranging... Task: ical Islamic Modernism The social conversion of the Islamic dispensation in the contemporary epoch did not elicitan agreement among Muslims considering the most basic...
The New Testament in the Modern Church
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...Theology at Fordham University in New York. Her personal web explains what motivated her to start writing was a chance encounter... Among the synoptic Gospels Matthews in particular depicts Jesus as Sophias child who communicates her gracious goodness by befriending the outcast, who communicates her prophetic message, and who proves her right or justifies her though he is severely criticized by others" (Elizabeth Johnson). Comment on the strategies of interpretation adopted by the writer in sustaining this claim. Introduction: Christology and Elizabeth A. Johnson. The work of theologian Elizabeth A. Johnson follows in a long tradition of studies on the figure of Christ which is termed “Christology”. Dif...
SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE
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...source in America at present. “According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nearly half of all the gasoline sold in the U.S. contains up to 10 percent ethanol, which not only boosts octane but also helps meet federally mandated air quality requirements” (Is Ethanol Better for Environment Than Gasoline?, 2010). The utility of ethanol as a fuel is a highly controversial subject in America today. Some people believe that ethanol is renewable, more environmental friendly and an economical alternate energy source for the oil fuels. However... SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE SHOULD ETHANOL BE REQUIRED IN GASOLINE Ethanol is a biofuel, produced from corn and feedstocks and is used as an alternate energy...
Comparison of Wesley and Whitfield on grace and predestination
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...Theology: Primary Sources of the Christian Faith. Grand Rapids: Kregel Academic & Professional, 2009. Levering, Matthew. Predestination: Biblical and Theological Paths. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Mahaffey, Jerome Dean. Preaching Politics: The Religious Rhetoric of George Whitefield and the Founding of a New Nation. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2007. Olson, Roger. Arminian Theology: Myths and realities. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2006. Perry, George. The history of the church of England from the death of Elizabeth to the present time. London: Saunders, Otly, and Co., 1864. Schwenk, James L. Catholic Spirit: Wesley, Whitefield, and the Quest for Evangelical... ? Table of Contents Page ...
Comparison of Wesley and Whitfield on grace and predestination
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...Theology: Primary Sources of the Christian Faith. Grand Rapids: Kregel Academic & Professional, 2009. Levering, Matthew. Predestination: Biblical and Theological Paths. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Mahaffey, Jerome Dean. Preaching Politics: The Religious Rhetoric of George Whitefield and the Founding of a New Nation. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2007. Olson, Roger. Arminian Theology: Myths and realities. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2006. Perry, George. The history of the church of England from the death of Elizabeth to the present time. London... Table of Contents Page I. Introduction………………………………………………………………………………3 II. Background………………………………………………………………………………3 ...
REFLECTIVE REPORT
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...sources of information. I visited the British Library where I got access... Reflective Report We were assigned to make a presentation on the topic “How would you respond to the argument of an atheist that ‘science and reason have rendered religious faith obsolete. Our group was made up of six individuals, Abiola, Bernardin, Kalu, Oluwabunmi, Tuoyo and I. As soon as our group (Group 1) was assigned our part, we began to make arrangments on how we would tackle the topic. We met a couple of times to prepare for the actual presentation. On our first meeting, we elected a group leader. The group leader elected was Kalu. It was agreed by consensus that the group leader that served in the previous presentati...
Take Pentecostalism Christian spiritual Tradition/Movement and account for its foundation and critically assess its enduring contemporary relevance
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...Theology gave Methodism, and thus pentecostalism, the benefit of entire sanctification, the first part of which is the conversion, being born again through the body and blood of Christ, and the second, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, which serves as a confirmation of personal holiness. Pentecostalisms adherents claim, not that it stands against the formal clericalism that is most prominent in the Catholic... The Promises and Flaws of Pentecostalism Pentecostalism has spread like wildfire, not only throughout the United s, but in Asia and Africa as well. It is set within the conservative, evangelical precincts of Christian belief and mostly derives from the Holiness Movement of Methodism. The Holiness...
Research Proposal
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...analysing the geographical as well topographical data in order to estimate the solar energy potential as well as to measure the future demands of electricity of the state. Secondary Research The secondary research for this project will be carried out by utilizing literature presented in articles, books and journals from reliable sources on the Internet as well as libraries. Books that will be used to carry out the secondary research include Alternative Energy Sources for the United States and Empowering Electric and Gas Utilities with GIS. Articles included in journals... ? Research Proposal – GIS for the of Nevada Introduction Nevada is one of the richest s in energy sources in the United States. With...
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...Theology of Liberation (Farley, 2006) In general, Catholics oppose the legal recognition of homosexuality. A Catholic politician should always keep this responsibility at all ties. For instance, if a legislation is proposed that seeks to legalize homosexuality, then the catholic politician should be at the ore front of expressing opposition to the legislation. On the other hand, if a legislation that allows homosexuality is in place, then the catholic politician should in every way oppose the legislation and if it is possible repeal the legislation. The gospel that Christianity preaches is a force of liberation that gives hope and freedom to many people. Theologians reflect upon... Summary Aspects of...
Academic analytics
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...analysing organisational data received from university systems for reporting and decision making reasons (Campbell, & Oblinger, 2007). According to Campbell & Oblinger (2007), accrediting agencies, governments, parents and students are all calling for the adoption of new modern and efficient ways of improving and monitoring student success. This has ushered the higher education system into an era characterised by increased scrutiny from the various stakeholders. For instance, the Bradley review acknowledges that benchmarking activities such as student engagement serve... ACADEMIC ANALYTICS By Module Supervisor ACADEMIC ANALYTICS Academic analytics is basically defined as the process of evaluating and...
Islamic architecture
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...sources such as Islamic design, dome, minaret, islamic architects, pillars etc. The reason why qualitative research technique is being used for this study is the fact that this method is best for subjective research and present accurate conclusions. Furthermore, it also helps in understanding and analysing theories and perspectives of the authors. Description... / research that can assess and evaluate the reasons behind the changes and transformations of the new concepts and designs being introduced in the Islamic architectural world. Research Methodology In order to conduct this study, the qualitative research methodology willbe utilized. Past studies on the subject, books, journal...
Exploration of a business or management related topic relevant to your organisation of choice
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...analysing the strategies undertaken by Next, it is possible to determine shortcomings and what type of changes are required to be brought in so that their weaknesses can be overcome. Methodology What information / data do you need to investigate? How will you gather your information? Why have you chosen these methods? Are there any constraints? Do you need any specific resources? Information in respect of Next plc’s strategic policies requires to be gathered. The current project will mainly incorporate secondary data collection techniques, Since direct communication with the company’s employees... or managers is not possible to fulfil the primary research needs, the paper mainly...
Marketing research insurance program
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...sources like websites, journals and academic books. Primary data are often considered as first hand raw data that offers clear insight on the current happenings and can be considered as quite useful in the context of the research. The key sources of primary data are interviews, questionnaire and surveys. In order to make this study conclusive, questionnaire has been designed for the retired people in order to garner their opinions and views on the proposed insurance plan along with knowing and analysing their opinions on their life style, spending pattern and insurance history. Primary data is often supported by secondary data as most of the past studies have... ? [19/08 Introduction The primary purpose...
Comparative Religion
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...theology and philosophy, Sufism was not a homogeneous, uniform body of tenets and practices, but an extremely ramified movement with distinct stages of development. Sufism is the direct outcome of the ascetic trend of religiosity, prevailing in original Islam itself which, later, was supplemented and enriched by foreign sources, in particular Christianity and Buddhism. Bibliography 1. Annamarie Schimmel, Mystical Dimension of Islam; Chapel Hill, N.C., 1975, pp. 177-78 2. Carl W. Ernst, "The Textual Formation... The Bible, which serves as the spiritual underpinning for all of later Judaism, itself reflects Near Eastern culture and its long history. The of the Bible were greatly influenced...
Scripture Inerrancy
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...theology continues to defend most of these facts about the accuracy of the bible. Methodology Research design The research design to be employed for this study will be survey research. Research Connections (2011) explain that “Survey research is a commonly used method of collecting information about a population of interest.” In this study, the population of interest will be Christianity; whereby scripture inerrancy shall be bought under strict scrutiny. Sample Population The sample population shall be a group of Christian scholars, historians and critics of scripture inerrancy. These three categories of participants will help in ensuring fairness and balance in data collection... Scripture Inerrancy...
BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY
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...sources and bible verses is analyzed in order to determine Jesus’ relationship with his disciples. In particular, the relationship between Jesus and Peter is analyzed to determine its effect on Peter’s life. Ideally, the academic sources and scriptures provide deep insight into the social-religious life of the time, and by extension, how Peter adopted to this life. 3.0 The relationship between Jesus and his disciples The paper begins by generally looking at the relationship between Jesus and all his disciples. This information is well written by Foster (2007, pp.1... Peter’s special relationship with Jesus: a biographical study al affiliation Peter’s special relationship with Jesus: a biographical...
Bible Exegitical
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...Theology of the text, and lastly, a summary and application of the message of the text is given A comparison of NIV and KJV translations... Bible Exegetical Paper about Amos 9: 11-15 Bible Exegetical Paper about Amos 9: 11-15 A comparison of different translations of the sametext can give us a wider perspective of the meaning of the text, thus enabling us to get the correct interpretation of the text. Comparing different translations of the same text enables us to break the barriers to correct interpretation that may exist with the single interpretation. This paper is an exegetical paper that seeks to get the correct interpretation of Amos 9: 11-15. To achieve this end, a comparison of two different...
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...Theology of the Concerned 17 March Sports Movies and Religion There is no denying the fact thatin the United States of America, sports and recreation tend to embody the national civic and religious values and the nation in that context has formally institutionalized sports and sports movies (Putnam 113). The religious values tend to have a deep influence on the sports movies that could be traced through the development of this relatively nascent nation. The salient values and themes that tend to have an influence on the sports movies and could readily be traced are the essentially protestant values like hard work, dignity of labor, competitiveness, a goal driven attitude... , and quest for...
Themes of Crhistian Faith
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...source of meaning, security, hope, and vision. Indeed, Christians believe that the very desire for something more, which might seem to be merely a human desire, manifests the truth that human beings can be fulfilled only in union with God.” I have always been fascinated about the thought of eternal life with the maker of everything, imagining that compared to the fleeting span of living on earth which only takes a very finite amount of years. Not like in the earlier days when theology appeared to have confined people under routine or mere duty... Themes of Christian Faith Reaction to a Letter by Richard Dawkins and Definitions of Theology I would rather understand R. Dawkins in the light of how he...
Issue(s) with Obamacare
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...sources in relation to the main topic and determine how reliable the Obama care is. Contrary to the Act’s main goal, sources indicate that Obama care is doing the opposite because there is an increase in emergency room visits by low-income individuals. The article is in fact stated in that it does not provide indirect information. For instance, the article maintains that since the signing of the Act into law there has been a shortage in physicians and an increase in crowding, which reflects a negative progress. The article tries to prove that Obama care is not meeting the objectives for which it was made. This is being done by indicating and analysing the problems that Obama care has brought...
The Bible and Catholic Hermeneutics
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...theology of philosophic hermeneutics. The latter can be called the study of humanity's participation in the truth and the knowledge mediated by history. So Catholic hermeneutics is the understanding of Cristian truth and knowledge within the Catholic tradition. Catholic hermeneutics is not just a philosophy of interpretation. It is an example of the general philosophical thesis that interpritation always exists within a tradition. The Catholic grasp of Christianity growing out of and expressing a theological tradition examplifies... The world's largest Christian church is the Roman Catholic Church or other words the Catholic Church. It represents nearly half of all Christians which comprises one sixth of ...
Romero (1989) - Religion film analysis
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...theology since Archbishop Romero is depicted as the ‘voice of the oppressed in El Salvador when he reached the pinnacle of the Roman Catholic... Religion film analysis Main thesis of the film The intriguing drama of Romero delves into the life of a Salvadoran bishop in a period spanning three years. He became an archbishop in 1997 before his eventual assassination on 24th March 1980 in the Divine Providence Hospital Chapel located in San Salvador. Archbishop Oscar Romero depicted a great hero of the liberation struggle in Latin America during a period referred to as the ‘long dark night’ which lasted from the 1960’s to the 1980’s. To this end, one of the main themes that emerge pertains to liberation...
Unethical Business Practices of McDonald's
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...Analysing the Business Decision or Problem McDonald’s Corporation (McDonald’s) is one of the most successful and renowned fast-food retail chains with an extensive growth of its business subsidiaries almost each part of the world. Unlikely to the higher value and strong presence in the global fast-food industry, McDonald’s has also undergone acute ethical issues both in the context of its products and/or services provided to its customers, and concerns associated with its corporate values as compared to its major rivals in this respective industry. Conversely, McDonald’s has also been recognised to face number of issues associated with offering severely... Unethical Business Practices of McDonald's...
Sigmund Freud
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...source of interpretation of meaning. These scholars typically have graduated from an Islamic theology school and studied years in the Quran, Haditha, and Islamic history. When there is not a clear understanding from the other sources, community practice during the time of the Prophet, or historically, may be considered as another guide for interpretation of scriptures as they show the example or larger context of the issue. In this manner, the ethical standards communicated in the Quran at the time of the Prophet Muhammad become a living tradition that evolves on shared fundamentals over the course of time in cultural expression across the...
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...sources, Mary demonstrates her extensive knowledge while at the same time showing that she respects her audience (Jacobus 675). In one of her arguments in the rhetoric, she reminds the society the common illusion that women are weaker than their male counterparts are. Citing personal experiences, Wollstonecraft talks about the degradation a woman feels when forced to act as a governess... Summary Mary Wollstonecraft rhetoric targets an audience that appreciate luxuriant and leisurely lifestyle. Under this realization, her prose may seem wordy and ambiguous to the modern audience. She does her writing in a unique manner by handling imagery carefully. Mary uses an approach she calls ‘episodical...
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...source, fairness demands that nothing must be seen to be explained away as irrelevant, immaterial and conclusive. As of date, the socio-rhetorical interpretations technique is ideal in getting close to the historical Jesus because of its meticulous approach and openness to scrutiny. It uses insights from sociolinguists, semiotics... Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 188613 01 November 2007 Jesus as a Figure in History by Mark Allen Powell Bibliography The need to know more aboutthe historical Jesus is becoming intense among non-believer, believers and also the indifferent. The reasons are valid and clear. This is the information age. What, why, where, how, when and whether are questions that the present...
Common law justice
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...theology provided these groups with a model for a more predictable law, offered them a source for the norms of their proposed legal system, and motivated the desire for law reform" (Likhovski, 1999). English criminal law, like other types of law in the country, are based on principles of common law. "Certain defences may... LAW The sources of law in the English legal system have developed from a common law type of system. Common law justice, the definition goes back to relate nature and activity from a perspective of antiquity. England operates under a system of common law, in which legal precedent is regarded as the way in which the law builds on itself over time as a natural or organic process. ...
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...Theology of the Concerned 17 March Sports Movies and Religion There is no denying the fact thatin the United States of America, sports and recreation tend to embody the national civic and religious values and the nation in that context has formally institutionalized sports and sports movies (Putnam 113). The religious values tend to have a deep influence on the sports movies that could be traced through the development of this relatively nascent nation. The salient values and themes that tend to have an influence on the sports movies and could readily be traced are the essentially protestant values like hard work, dignity of labor, competitiveness, a goal driven attitude... , and quest for...
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...theology because the church theology involved deceptive gospel. He was opposed to such issues like teaching people that their deeds could earn them eternal life. The church theology was also based on the authority of the pope and he challenged this authority by claiming that the only divine source of knowledge was the Bible and was given by God (Bainton 47). Martin Luther started the protestant reformation after being... Module Martin Luther as a Reformist Martin Luther was a Christian reformist who lived between 1483 and 1546 in Germany where he had been a Catholic priest till the beginning of his reforms. His reforms were based on Christian faith and he begun the reforms in 1517 after being outraged...
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