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Nicene Creed
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...Creed is important for definition of Christology The Nicene Creed contains ments upon which Christianity is based. The fundamental principles of Christianity are found in this statement. It clearly shows what Christians believe in and without these beliefs Christianity would not exist. Originally the Nicene Creed was developed to unite the church (the Eastern and the Western) when controversial views started to emerge. The creed has since then acted as a unifying agent for the Western church. This has been the case despite the fact that the church is divided into various denominations – all these denominations have a common ground in the creed. This shows that despite Christianity... Why the Nicene...
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Apostle Creed
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...creed, derived from the Latin credo, simply means I believe.' In ecclesiastical terms, however, the term assumes unique importance insofar as it is employed to reference a concise statement of church formulated and accepted doctrines of faith. One of the most widely, cross-denominationally, accepted of these is the Apostles' Creed. Although it was not written during the time of the Apostles, tradition holds that each of them contributed a clause to it and, more importantly, it is a summative declaration of belief in the totality of Apostolic teaching. It is, thus, that within the body of this creed that a dozen seminal Christian doctrines are found. This essay shall list the doctrines... The word,...
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Anaylsis of Nicene Creed
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...Creed Meaning Nicene Creed means, "Symbol of faith" in Greek. It is a formal ment of doctrine of the Christian faith adopted at the council of Nicaea in 325AD to defend Orthodox from Arianism. The council asserted that Christ was "God from God, light from light, true God from true God, of one substance [or being] with the Father, begotten and not created." The council condemned in harsh language the Arian teaching that Christ was a creation of the Father" (Campbell 24) the belief that denied Jesus was truly God and was later expanded in the councils. The Nicene Creed is considered the most widely accepted for its use of belief statements...
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Analysis of Nicene Creed
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...Creed Meaning Nicene Creed means, “Symbol of faith” in Greek. It is a formal ment of doctrine of the Christian faith adopted at the council of Nicaea in 325AD to defend Orthodox from Arianism. The council asserted that Christ was "God from God, light from light, true God from true God, of one substance [or being] with the Father, begotten and not created." The council condemned in harsh language the Arian teaching that Christ was a creation of the Father" (Campbell 24) the belief that denied Jesus was truly God and was later expanded in the councils. The Nicene Creed is considered the most widely accepted for its use of belief statements...
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Nike Fuel Band
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...Band Situational Analysis of Nike Fuel Band Product The Nike Fuel Band is a gadget that is worn on the wrist, and it functions to track one’s activities throughout the day, even helping its wearer to do or achieve more. The wristband has a design that is streamlined having LED display. The display is bright (red-to-green) and gives a person’s progress as they head toward their goal all day long. The band has four modes of display, which are the amount of Nike Fuel earned, number of steps taken, time lapsed, and amount of calories burnt. Nike Fuel Bands are easy to set up as well as use, and they come in three sizes (the small, the medium or large, and the extra... ? Situational Analysis of Nike Fuel Band ...
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Nike Fuel Band
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...Band is currently utilizing each of the components of the IMC mix mentioned above. Nike, a giant in manufacturing and selling athletic and other sporting related products has announced a new and more colourful Nike+ FuelBand SE that will be available on 6th November 2013. According to Berg (2013), “this product enables users to track individual sessions and see the points earned in real time. The band is still largely based around Fuel points.” The image below shows how the fuel band looks like. Given that this is a new product in the market, Nike ought to utilize the IMC Promotional Mix in order to successfully market the product to the...
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Nike Fuel Band
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...band, Nike’s latest hardware device that tracks a person’s daily physical activity. That is why some people call it activity tracker and wear them on their wrist... that will help increase the demand for a certain product. Definition of the market segment In this section, the work at hand presents the actual market segments that the Nike fuel band exists in. A pie chart is shown to present with ease the relevant market share and potential market relationship. According to the case that Digital Ad Blog (2013) presented concerning the Nike fuel band and its target market, athletic individuals from 24 to 35 years old with medium-high disposable income are the...
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The Speckled Band
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...Band: Genre and Tension YOUR FULL THE OF YOUR SCHOOL OR The Speckled Band: Genre and Tension Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, is legendary. In one of his classic escapades, The Adventure of the Speckled Band, Doyle frames the brilliance of his hero in an exotic tale of mystery and intrigue by using several devices familiar to the detective genre; particularly in regard to his characters. Further, Doyle employs tension and develops suspense to move the story forward and keep the pages turning. Through the use of literary devices like setting, misdirection and visual imagery, Doyle propels his reader through Watson's and Holmes' world with brilliant effect... The Speckled...
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Arcade Fire Rock Band
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...Band Arcade Fire is a Canadian-based rock band that comprises family members. The band consistsof the husband, Win Butler, and the wife, Regine Chassagne. Other members of the band include Will Butler, Win’s brother, Jeremy Gara, Tim Kingsbury, and Richard Reed. The band, sometimes, includes collaborators and additional percussionists. As an entity that began in 2001, the band has increasingly gained cultural and commercial prominence. Classmates, Win Butler and Josh Deu, formed the band out of mutual passion in music. Although the band began in 2001, their Funeral Album of 2004 thrust their music into the mainstream attention. Thereafter, the band has won awards such as the 2011... Arcade Fire Rock...
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Band of Outsiders
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...Band of Outsiders Introduction: Band of Outsiders was the film which was rotating around the three wretched mates in 1964, directed by Jean-Luc Godard. The film was known as Bande A Part in its French version. The film pitched the hymn of youthful folly and playful homage to American pulp fiction. This film tracked the trio of unfortunate classmates, formulating a small-time heist one poetically unwelcoming Paris winter. The movie was based on the novel Fool's Gold by Dolores Hitchens. The movie was one of the finest ever work by Jean-Luc Godard. It was a lyrical tragic ...
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Ultra Wide Band
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...Band (UWB) Ad-Hoc Networks Final report Kireev Evgeny evgeny.kireev@kcl.ac.uk Academic Supervisor Dr. Mohammad Ghavami Technical Supervisor Ru He King's College London http://www.kcl.ac.uk TABLE OF CONTENT TABLE OF CONTENT 2 ABSTRACT 3 Ultra Wide Band (UWB) 4 GANTT CHART 8 Ad-Hoc Networks 10 Conceptual Network Experiment 12 Conclusions 49 References 56 ABSTRACT There has been an increasing demand for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPAN) for home use, for wide variety of application, both low speed and high speed. In this paper I discuss a possibility of using Ultra Wide Band (UWB), discussing its advantages, issues and limitations. Impulse Radio (IR) technique is primarily used... Ultra Wide Band...
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Band of Brothers
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...Band of Brothers Q: Colleges and Universities often have art exhibitions on campus. Look at the whole show and give your overall impression of the show. A. I went to the Jackson Arts Association in Jackson, Tennessee. Q. Does the show have a theme? A. No, It is somewhat random arts from different artists in Jackson, TN. Q. What kind of work does it include? A. Mostly historical events. Q. Choose a piece? A. I chose Band of Brothers. Q. Did you like the work? A. Yes. Q. Why or why not? A. Because a group of re-enactors inspired the painting. The three bold figures in bright light had a great feeling. Q. Why is it meaningful? A. The painting evokes a bond between three men who share a common... ...
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Nike Fuel Band
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...Band First section: Consumer behavior The people who wear the Nike Fuel Band are people whocare about fitness. They also depend heavily on technology as their information source. Staying active is a challenging feat, especially when one does not have something to motivate them. Wearers of the band form Nike are thus well-informed persons who know the implications of living an active lifestyle but may not always do what is required. They need an extra nudge to get them going. The band may also act as a visible reminder of their commitment to living a healthy lifestyle (Wortham, 2012). Buyers of the product want to understand their habits more... ?Consumer behavior and big idea concept for the Nike Fuel...
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Nirvana - Band Review
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...bands that have greatly appealed to me more than others as they have demonstrated both a propensity towards strong and passionate music and an ability to peer into the human soul in ways that make me feel comfortable and strong in both my happy and depressed periods. This essay considers one of the bands in particular, Nirvana, that has had a profound impact on my life. Nirvana was an alternative rock band... ?Music History When considering my life and the challenges I have faced throughout, I realize that some of the primary elements that have helped me great through difficult situations have been music and art that I have had at my disposal. It comes as no surprise that there have been certain bands...
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Band Membership Agreement
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...BAND MEMBERSHIP AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made this ..... day of ..................... 2001 BETWEEN of member) of (address of member) and (name of member) of (address of member) and (name of member) of (address of member) (et cetera as appropriate) (hereinafter individually called the Members) WHEREAS on or about the (appropriate date) the members agreed to form a musical group named FROZEN FOXES (hereinafter called the Group) for the purpose of carrying on business together as musicians for their mutual benefit and by this Agreement they wish to establish the terms upon which Group business will be conducted. NOW IT IS AGREED as follows: Constitution 1. (a) The...
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Management in Robin Hood band
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...band was the responsibility of one man, Robin Hood, who ruled supreme. He wielded all the power to authorize the members of the band on how they should undertake their activities, determining the nature of the raids that the band was to undertake and when to do it, and where. However, he consolidated the rule by delegating certain duties to the people he wished to. This created a bunch of people who were involved as the management team, with each individual being given a specific managerial role to play (Lampel, 1). Those individuals whom he delegated the managerial duties to became his lieutenants. He selected four lieutenants, where one was placed... in charge of intelligence and scouting,...
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Bono and the U2 Band
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...Band Institute Bono and the U2 Band The Life of Bono In 1960, the Republic of Ireland was a small nation on the edge of Western Europe without much claim to rock-and-roll fame. Stereo- types of leprechauns and shamrocks overshadowed any true representation of the culture, and it seemed like the last possible location for a burgeoning rock scene. Into this uncertainty was hurled Paul David Hewson, who later became Bono Vox (Ferran Adria and Svejenova, 2005). Born in Dublin on May 10, 1960, Paul David Hewson was the product of a mixed Protestant/Catholic marriage and attended Mount Temple Comprehensive School, the first ecumenical school of its kind in the city. At Mount Temple... ? Bono and the U2 Band...
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A Study on the Apostolic Creed
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...Creed What way of speaking about God is most challenging, interesting, revealing, fruitful, or natural to you Human beings, though very intelligent and gifted with understanding are extremely limited in their capacity to comprehend the divine. The ability to understand the infinite is only possible if it is made in context of what we know. We know God created the Universe, with Billions of Stars each of them millions of times bigger than the earth and each of them follow a precise path which has been set for them by Him. But what is difficult for us to understand is this Powerful Being; whose powers we can barely even begin to comprehend actually personally cares about us... A Study on the Apostolic...
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Rubber Band Model of Communication
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...Band Model of Communication Communication model A model simply means a representation. It is conceived to provide a simplified view of a more complex phenomenon or process, so that elementary properties or characteristics can be high-lighted and examined. Thus the purpose of the communication models is to provide explanations of the communication process and thus to demystify and simplify the complexities of communication. A critique of the existing communication models All communication models contain some common elements depending on the nature of the communication process. But in all cases there must be a sender, encoding on the part of the sender, a message, a channel through... ...
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AND THE BAND PLAYED ON
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...BAND PLAYED ON And the Band Played On The book And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic is a kind of nonfiction book written by Randy Shilts, and firstly published in 1987. This book discovers the spread of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) using specific approaches to the way how to present information. The book helps many people to reappraise old values and form new one, because nobody can ignore problems which are observed in the book. Thus, we are going to analyze the topic addressed in the work in terms of its political and social significance. Over the last 20-30 years have appeared a lot of diseases... Running head: AND THE...
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A Creed Agreed: An Overview of the Past and Present of the Nicene Creed
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...Creed Agreed: An Overview of the Past and Present of the Nicene Creed In the contemporary times, Christianity has generally inculcated that a vast majority of individuals are "unsaved". As Catholics, we know that unbelievers are isolated from God and are lost in their sins. Although everyone has eternal life after death, only those who are "saved" eventually go to Heaven, where they receive rewards beyond our imagination. As we are raised to be Roman Catholics, we are obliged to memorize different prayers as indications of our faith. The universality of the Christian faith, no matter who we are or how we worship, these prayers are considered to be a...
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Violence, the American Creed and the Rulling Class
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...Creed and the Ruling The United s of America as a country has historically been rooted in the ideals of democracy and individual freedom. From the moment when America’s founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, they acknowledged that the country was to be established on the grounds that all men were created equal and deserving of the chance to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Through time this has become consolidated into what Swedish author Gunnar Myrdal has coined as the “American Creed” – a belief in the essential dignity of all human beings and their inalienable right to democracy, liberty and equal opportunity. This creed has become... History 131B Violence, the American...
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The XX band, album XX review
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...band A Review of the Debut Album “XX” by the Band Introduction The XX band is made up of four 20 year olds from South London. The band member comprises of Romy Madley Croft (vocals, lead guitar), Oliver Sim (vocals, bass guitar), Jamie Smith (producer, beats) and Baria Qureishi, who left the band in 2009 after their debut album. The paper sets out to critique the band’s debut album, “The xx.” It will cover the history of the band and how the first album was produced. The uniqueness of their music has been influenced by each member in their love of R&B and pop. Their style is unique in the sound of the music and on how they use the instruments. The album... ? A Review of the Debut Album “XX” by the XX...
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Band of Brothers by Stephen Ambrose
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...Band Of Brothers Introduction Band of Brothers by Stephen Ambrose is considered to be a master piece, since it represents the life of people in the military regimen. Military histories and stories are rare and this one from Stephen Ambrose is certainly a unique one, as the entire story is presented in such a way that it includes information about the soldiers, military officers, trainers and the military generals. Band of Brothers, is said to be a complete book which portrayed the life of a man in the military field. The book highlights every major point and it also focuses on the day to day happenings on the military camp. By doing this...
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Rubber Band Marketing Plan for Australia
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...Band Marketing Plan for Australia Faculty Executive Summary Rubber Band Marketing Plan for Australia is aproposal for new uses of rubber band which involves penetration of Australian market. This paper presents various facts regarding business options and opportunity available for the hypothetical company in Australia. Table of Contents Executive Summary I. Introduction II. Description III. Discussion IV. Recommended Marketing Plan V. Conclusion VI. Appendices VII. List of References I. Introduction Australia is a wealthy economy with population more than 20 millions population. Australian economy has experienced considerable growth after 1990’s especially during World War II. It has... Rubber Band...
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Los Lobos (Musical Band of Los Angeles)
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...Band Los Lobos is a rock band from Los Angeles, known as Mexican-American. Much of its influence has for a long time come from country music, blues and traditional Mexican music such as boleros, among others. The band members are five, some among them being a guitarist and vocalist David Hidalgo. There also is a drummer Louie Perez, Cesar Rojas, Steve Berlin and Conrad Lozano. Much on their music, how the band emerged as well as its contribution to Los Angeles, is what our main focus will be in this essay. David and Louie Perez are said to have met earlier at Garfield high school and became close friends. It is their similar interest in music of the same genre and musical acts like... Los Lobos Band Los ...
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Kansas Band Song Dust in the Wind
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...band in the psychedelic and Woodstock era of the early and mid-seventies, he was already introspectively evaluating his life and religious points of view. It was only in 1980 that he actually displayed his religious beliefs through the album Seeds of Change. Before that, he did not mention this outright but the lyrics did refer to man's minuteness in the greater scheme of things. In Dust in the Wind, he composed the lines: "I close my eyes only... Janice McKelroy English 111 Peninsula College Paper # 2 Dust in the Wind: A Reflection Dust in the Wind, a phenomenal hit song by Kansas, has poeticlyrics that have the ability to induce its listener to think deeply over himself and his surroundings. It has ...
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Band of Sisters: Women in the Military
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...Band of Sisters: Women in the Military The modern world finds women employed. This proves that women have the same skills and capabilities that men have. Women can also change tires, drive cars and lead a team or a department. And now women have proven once again that they cannot be limited to the damsel in distress role or the giver of life role. If women can give life, they can also take life. Women are now being accepted in the military service indicating the change in the social structure. But it is not an easy feat. Although women are being accepted in the field of what was believed to fit males only, there is still discrimination. The good news is there is a continuous movement towards...
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The Place of Female Vocalist in Jazz Band
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...Band The relationship between jazz music and the Black people has been strong over the years. Several standards agreeable to comprising the Jazz genre of music have been established. It is in this light that the females, especially the whites, have had a lot of troubles trying to carve out a niche for themselves in that sector. Do female journalists have a role in the jazz bands? That is a fundamental question that has elicited a lot of debates. Jazz music demands principles and experience that men can easily endure making it difficult for women to fit in hence difficult to secure a position in them. The primary role of women in jazz bands is for the aesthetic... The Place of Female Vocalist in Jazz...
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Dominant Theological Issue at Stake in the Resolution of the Nicene Creed
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...Creed Basically, the Nicene Creed is the mostwidespread or ecumenical Christian statement of faith, and since its actual original foundation, it still continues to be used in the Roman Catholic, Syrian Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Assyrian, Anglican, Lutheran, and most other Protestant churches; as well, and basically there are two different 'versions' of the Nicene Creed: the original Nicene Creed of 325, which was first adopted in 325 at the First Council of Nicaea, which was actually the first Ecumenical Council; and the Nicene Creed of 381, which added on to the text... that was formed by the previous Creed, and basically the main differences between the...
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Children born as Amputees from amniotic band syndrome
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...band syndrome Introduction Children who suffer congenital limb deficiencies, born as amputees from amniotic band syndrome feel quite different from their peers. Such children are likely to grieve for not having normal limbs. Children born as amputees from amniotic band syndrome need to make a lot of body (physical) and feelings (emotional) adjustments to their body changes. The physical adjustment usually depend on how and where high amputation is, while emotional adjustments may actually vary from one child to another and do not always keep with the context of amputation. This is a condition referred to as congenital amputation1. This paper seeks to discuss... ?Children born as Amputees from amniotic...
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Weight loss surgery: Gastric bypass, laparoscopic gastric band
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...Band: Are They Really Helpful Obesity is a chronic disease that is increasing in prevalence and that poses serious risks for development of diabetes mellitus, hypertension, heart disease, gallbladder disease, and even cancer. As a result those who are suffering from this disease would like to get rid of excess weight. Unfortunately, conventional therapies, such as, diet, exercise, life style modification, hormonal therapy, or drug therapy alone or in combination is often a failure. Fortunately, surgical manipulation of the gastrointestinal tract may be useful in certain cases depending on specific clinical criteria or body mass index... . The variety of procedures include gastric bypass,...
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Analyse an English translation of the Nicene Creed demonstrating how Arianism influenced the creeds formulation. Be sure to quote fragments from the creed demonstrating how it addressed facets of Arianism. Use at least five academic sources taken from the
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...Creed showing how Arianism Influenced the Creed’s Formulation The Nicene Creed was formulated bythe Bishops of the Catholic Church at the First Council of Nicaea convened in the year 325 AD. The main aim of the First Council of Nicaea was to refute the heretical teachings of Arius on the nature of Jesus Christ (Church Fathers: First Council of Nicaea, A.D. 325). Arius had denied the divinity of Jesus Christ, and he had claimed that Jesus Christ was a creature of God the father. This heretical teaching was called Arianism, after its founder Bishop Arius. This paper analysis the English translation of the Nicene Creed and shows how Arianism... influenced the Nicene Creed’s...
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The Nicene Creed
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From this discussion it is clear that contrary to public belief, the Nicene Creed was not unanimously approved by the council. Of the 300 bishops in attendance, there were 17 who refused to sign and by the end of the council meeting, 14 of the 17 were convinced enough to signed the creed. Most of the argument regarding the content of the creed stemmed from the use of the word “Homoousius” which means “of one substance”. Their main argument is based on the misuse of the word by Paul of Samasota who had used the term to describe a division of nature coming from the same source such as “several coins from the same metal”. This study outlines t...
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The History of the Lubicon Lake Band and the Case Against Canada
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...Band and the Case against Canada The Lubicon lake band or Lubicon lake Cree is a minority community that inhibits areas surrounding Lake Alberta. Being a minority community proves the reason why the community has little attention from the media and other state agencies1. News about the community came out during their struggle to reclaim their land from the Canadian government. Representatives of the Lubicon lake band claimed that the Canadian government had authorized multimillion-dollar oil and gas exploration projects to be carried out in their ancestral land without their approval. The community claimed that the government did not consult any... a systematic or legal claim to the...
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Write a review of the movie And the Band Played On
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...Band Played On” - Review “And the Band Played On” - Review “And the band played on” – a docudrama for HBO directed by Roger Spottiswoode is based on the book by the same name written by Randy Shilts. The movie revolves around the initial years of AIDS Epidemic in the US. The main protagonist of the movie is Dr. Don Francis who has had an earlier experience of working on small pox and Ebola virus. Francis joins the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to investigate and understand the disease (HIV, which is then unkown) that had lead to the death of many gay men in San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles. He comes up with a theory that HIV is a sexually transmitted disease but fails to come...
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Outline the development of the Christian doctrine of the Trinity from the New Testament Church to the Nicene Creed
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...Creed. This Heretical Doctrine was started by Arius at the start of the fourth century. He was an esteemed and prominent presbyter in the Alexandria church and started an argument with his bishop in 318 AD. This argument leads to the Arian heretical doctrine. Arius claimed that there was a period when God was not the Father and, as a result, the Logos or the Word as signified by the imprisonment of the Son was not coeternal with God. This implied that the Son... The Doctrine of the Trinity The doctrine of the Trinity can be defined as the introduction to the Christian faith. For a number of years, special attention to the doctrine of the Trinity has been given by the educational theologians. The...
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Overview of Symphony Orchestra and Wind Band as different Entities of Music
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...band in terms of practical musical issues Overview of Symphony Orchestra and Wind Band as different Entities of Music Music has been described in a lot of ways and with a lot of unique identities. To some people, the world cannot do without music and to others music is the food for the soul. Some people think music is all around us and in everything that we do. There are those who also think collectively, music is a spice that gives the world its sweet piece of aroma and taste. But for however one perceives music, it could just be right to admit that there are thousands of factors that go into the creation and formation of music than mere coincidence... ?A direct look at symphony orchestra and wind band...
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How does the artwork associated with the band Radiohead challenge common ideologies in today's society
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...band Radiohead challenge common ideologies in today’s society? Table of Contents Introduction Chapter One – Media and society Chapter Two – the band Radiohead and its influence on common ideologies A. History of the band B. Role of media in the development of the band’s relationship with the public C. Evaluation of the band’s artwork regarding the common ideologies Chapter Three – Recommendations Conclusion References Introduction The role of music in modern society is, without any doubt, significant. However, it is usually the behaviour of the public that is used as a criterion for the evaluation of the quality of a particular type of music, available... How does the artwork associated with the band...
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Transistor level implementation of karaoke machine with 6 band graphic equalizer
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...band Graphic Equalizer," aims to develop a transistor-based, Karaoke-type amplifier that is able to run from the mains power supply and consists of the following elements: 1. a 12-V regulated power supply, 2. two inputs: a microphone and a line input, 3. a Common-emitter mixer/preamplifier stage, 4. a six-band graphic equalizer stage, 5. a Common-emitter voltage amplifier stage, 6. a Common-collector power amplifier stage, and, 7. a loudspeaker output; as indicated in the schematic diagram below. Figure 1. Project Schematic Diagram Circuit Design and Operation Power Supply Power supplies, as defined... ?Roberto del Rosario described Karaoke Sing-Along System (Patent No. UM-5269 d 2 June 1983, Patent No....
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Instrument Improvements of the Nineteenth Century and the Effects on the Wind Band
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...Band By: Mandee Howell Wind instruments have been around for centuries, since before the time of Christ. The first examples of any type of musical instruments were flutes from the Upper Paleolithic Period (30,000-10,000 B.C.).1 The flutes that existed before the time of Christ look basically the same as flutes today, minus the additional keys that were added in the early 1800's. Wind instruments have been used for various purposes throughout the course of history, including weddings, funerals, town square announcements, intruder warnings, royal coronations, accompanying church music, hunting calls, and even... ?1Instrument Improvements of the Early Nineteenth-Century and the Evolution of the Wind Band...
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Gender and Success: Big band and Dance Pop, Inception to Present Day
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...Band and Dance Pop, Inception to PresentDay The role and portrayal of gender in American music has taken many forms and fashions. From the traditional to the outlandish, the acknowledged to the avant-garde, nowhere is this better illustrated than in the contrast of the genres of Big Band and Dance Pop. When compared side by side, they appear almost the inverse of each other. This paper will examine the established gender roles and marketable personas of both women and men in those two fields, from inception, through development, and up to present day. In the world of Big Band, women were occasionally given work as solo... ?[YOUR FULL HERE] [YOUR PROF HERE] [YOUR HERE] 13 December Gender and Success: Big...
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Transistor level implementation of karaoke machine with 6 band graphic equalizer
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...band Graphic Equalizer," aims to develop a transistor-based, Karaoke-type amplifier that is able to run from the mains power supply and consists of the following elements: 1. a 12-V regulated power supply, 2. two inputs: a microphone and a line input, 3. a Common-emitter mixer/preamplifier stage, 4. a six-band graphic equalizer stage, 5. a Common-emitter voltage amplifier stage, 6. a Common-collector power amplifier stage, and, 7. a loudspeaker output; as indicated in the schematic diagram below. Figure 1. Project Schematic Diagram Circuit Design and Operation Power Supply Power supplies, as defined... ?Roberto del Rosario described Karaoke Sing-Along System (Patent No. UM-5269 d 2 June 1983, Patent No....
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Book Report on And the Band Played On by Randy Shilles
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...Band Played On” by Randy Shilts Randy Shilts, the of thenon-fiction book, And the Band Played On, was a journalist of the San Francisco Chronicle. Shilts published the book in 1987. The book traces the discovery and subsequent spread of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. In addition, it looks at the role various individuals and agencies played to combat the epidemic when it was first reported in late seventies. Of much importance to Mr. Shilts was the role the U.S. government played. Therefore, his book focuses much on the government’s lack of interest and internal wrangles in the U.S. during this time, AIDS was initially seen... Book Report on, “And the Band...
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Narrative Techniques in Sir Arthur Conan Doyles The Adventure of the Speckled Band
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...Band” In the story “The Adventure of the Speckled Band,” Arthur Conan Doyle presents a Sherlock Holmes mystery. In this mystery, the narration is from the point of view of Watson, who is a part of the story, but is tangential to the story as a whole. Therefore, the narrative discourse is distinct from the story, because the narrative discourse features Watson’s thoughts about what is transpiring, and his interpretation of the events. The story itself is pretty straightforward, in that story consists of the events that are transpiring. The events of the story are that a young girl, with a temperamental stepfather, comes... ?Narrative Techniques in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventure of the Speckled...
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'He will come again to judge the living and the dead' Why is this statement in the Niceness Creed, how is it relevant and how do
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...Creed to the faith of modern-day Christians Introduction One of the persistent questions thatface people, especially Christians is the issue of “what happens to an individual after death and whether their faith and devotion towards God makes sense anymore”. In Christianity and traditional religions like the Jewish religion, the answer to the issue has been transferred over generations through the decrees of the bible (Ashley, 2010). Some bible scriptures are not resolute about what happens to people after death, which is an important concern for Christians. These verses that are relatively confusing about the issue include Gen 37:35, Job 7:9 and Psalms 6:6; the verses... ? The function of the Nicene...
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Discuss how federal policies towards band government (Aboriginal Bands) have changed over time, especially during the 20th century
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...Band Government (Aboriginal Bands) Introduction The historical perception of the aboriginalpeople has founded its argument on the desire to restrict the behaviour of the aboriginals. Apparently, the perception has constantly illustrated these individuals as unable to pioneer their own governance. This implies that the natives have constantly been viewed as the individuals deserving the mentorship of the government and the subsequent authority. However, the developments of various statues that define the inclusion of various individuals or communities into the aboriginal category of the nation are rather biased. Apparently, it is evident that the development... Changes in Federal Policies Towards Band...
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Discuss how federal policies towards band government (Aboriginal Band's) have changed over time, especially during the 20th c
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...Band Government (Aboriginal Bands) Introduction The historical perception of the aboriginal people has founded its argument on the desire to restrict the behaviour of the aboriginals. Apparently, the perception has constantly illustrated these individuals as unable to pioneer their own governance. This implies that the natives have constantly been viewed as the individuals deserving the mentorship of the government and the subsequent authority. However, the developments of various statues that define the inclusion of various individuals or communities into the aboriginal category of the nation are rather biased. Apparently, it is evident that the development... ?Changes in Federal Policies Towards Band...
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School Uniforms
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...creed, religion, race or colour. Many feel that making uniforms mandatory would end symbols of being in a gang. But they should understand that there are many ways... School Uniforms - Abhisek.M.Jain Topic - School Uniforms - 19/10/2009 INTRODUCTION The discussion whether uniforms must be made mandatory in schools or not is now going on for years. Either side of the arguments has many supporters as well as criticizers. Both the sides have its own advantages as well as disadvantages. Therefore making a right choice among these two alternatives is a difficult task. ARGUMENTS IN FAVOUR OF MAKING SCHOOL UNIFORMS MANDATORY The following are a few arguments in favour of having school uniforms or in favour of ...
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Frank Sinatra's Contribution to Elevating Las Vegas to its Current Status
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...band. Subsequently, after a while, she got him a job, which would broadcast his talents through the WNEW station. He married Nancy Barbato in 1939 and had three children with her. During the time, he met the Frank Mane band by whom he signed a one year contract of performing together. This was the beginning of his career and he made his first recording with this band, performing the song “Our Love.” Once... ?David Zaremba American Popular Song Introduction to Final Paper 15 April Frank Sinatra’s Contribution to Elevating Las Vegas to its Current Status This paper examines Frank Sinatra’s influence in shaping the history of Las Vegas, a nondescript town in Nevada during the early twentieth century, which...
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