StudentShare solutions
Triangle menu
  • Home
  • Tags
  • On The Morning Of Christs Nativity
On the Morning of Christs Nativity focuses on the Incarnation, Lycidas on the Resurrection, but both treat of redemptive divine power. How does Miltons u
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning of Christ’s Nativity” and “Lycidas.” Though the themes of each poem approach the spiritual concept of life from different angles, the incarnation and the resurrection, both herald these occasions by drawing upon a wide array of resources. Milton uses scenes from nature and superimposes upon them spiritual and mythical ideas in order to infuse them with the majesty of the event of which he writes or to which he alludes. Though the first poem, “On the morning of Christ’s Nativity,” deals primarily with the temporal aspect of Christ in the manger and the spectacle... of Christ’s Nativity” and “Lycidas,” images of new life abound. They are inherent in the...
Preview
Comparing The Bible & Milton's Paradise Lost
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning of Christs Nativity, The Passion, and Upon the Circumcision (Luxon). This religious disposition displayed in his works continued after Paradise Lost was published; two examples of his works are Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes (Luxon). But among his literary works with religious themes, the best one would be his epic masterpiece, Paradise Lost. However, it would be objectionable to call Milton’s Paradise Lost to be the greatest literary work or the greatest epic of all time. For one, Paradise Lost may be in some way, a copy of the accounts of Moses about man’s first offense against God. The plot... Aside from the content of John Milton’s Paradise Lost which caused an uproar; it was also...
Preview
Morning after pills
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning after Pills al Affiliation Introduction Almost half of pregnancies in the world are unintended and Emergency contraception provides women opportunity to avoid pregnancy after unprotected intercourse. Emergency contraception are vital for the larger number of women at risk of pregnancy but do not use regular method and offers reassurance to people using condoms but experience condom slippage or breakage (Engelman, 2011, pp. 23-31). Significance of morning-after pills has seen Canada allowing it as a nonprescription drug that pharmacists may dispense it directly to women anytime they need it. The Morning - after pills just like a regular birth control pill although it is much stronger... ...
Preview
Ashen Morning II
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning II by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison Source: Jack Shainman Gallery (http www.jackshainman.com) The above image represents Ashen Morning II, 2007-2008, an Archival print on diabond. It measures 35 x 70 inches. The above work was created by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison. From the deep blurry image, we see a lady in black strechting out to reach an object on a tree. This could be the only leaf left on the tree. There is also a shadow behind the lady. This is ghost since it does not replicate the current posture of the lady. From the tree on the left hand side, there is also an object which looks like a bird. The blurry image brings the feeling of early morning dew which is suggested... Ashen...
Preview
Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)
11 pages (2750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...morning Juliet). Where the word ‘class’ has created a division between the society for many years, due to the preconceived notions of the people, the works of the Canadian writer Anne-Marie McDonald have always reflected her thoughts regarding this notion. She succeeds in portraying the many forms in what ways the issues of class have surfaced themselves. Her play, Goodnight Desdemona (Good morning Juliet) has been written, though not directly addressing this topic, but has dealt with issues pertaining to class. Many instances in Anne-Marie McDonald’s book can be related to Marxist’s approaches and his theory on social class. Karl Marx’s... Marxist’s Views in Relation with Goodnight Desdemona (Good...
Preview
Early Sunday Morning by Edward Hopper
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning (By Edward Hopper) 1930 Art and artists are deceptive, elusive and fun. Coming in many forms, they leave one open to interpret them as they are pleased. Only when the true meaning is revealed, does one appreciate its beauty and the talent it takes to create such spectacles. In this paper, we will take a look at the painting “Early Sunday Morning”. It will also take into account the tools the painter put to use, including the color, composition and technique among others. Edward Hopper, the painter of the piece “Early Sunday Morning,” was born in New York into a family that supported his artistic talent. On completion of high school, he first enrolled in a Correspondence School... Early Sunday...
Preview
Morning after Pills (first draft)
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning after Pill MORNING AFTER PILL Introduction Each day across the world, particularly in the United s and other western nations, women have taken their access to non-prescribed morning-after pill, also e-contraceptives, for granted. The opposition to the morning-after pill in America is especially high, especially where it can be accessed without the approval of a doctor or medical staff, as well as sans prescriptions (Prescott, 2011). The morning-after pill and its widespread availability has led to women becoming more engaged in sexual activity, especially unsafe sex, as well as the abuse of the...
Preview
Bright and Morning Star By Richard Wright
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning Star” Richard Wright is known for his works condemning the black discrimination in America. He always wanted to induce hope in people through his stories and these stories are a true depiction of the circumstances faced by Black people in his time. Bright and Morning star is one of the most popular short stories by Richard Wright which he wrote during the communist period. I will start with the background in which the story was written so that it would become easier to explain the symbolism utilized in the story. In accordance with the Communist law, all people are equal by rules. Thats the reason why in the course of the 1920s, African Americans... Number] Rain as a symbol in “Bright and...
Preview
Good Morning, Vietnam; Good Night, Reality
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning, Vietnam; Good Night, Reality The New Internationalist September 1988 review of Good Morning, Vietnam recognizes the film as a refreshingly entertaining portrayal of the Vietnam conflict. Robin Williams, playing Air Force Deejay Adrien Cronauer, is given enough leeway in this position to deliver his patented fast-paced and observant humor (surprisingly accurate in regards to period references), while the plot development allows him to flex his dramatic muscles for one of the first times. Cronauer's humor and concerns are focused to the average soldier in the field rather than the military hierarchy; this concern extends to empathizing and...
Preview
Read April Morning and write an essay
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning Introduction The Novel April Morning is a production of Howard Fast in 1961. Althoughthe novel has different themes concerning the plot this paper decides to look on the role the women play in this book. The author of this book has been able to portray women as caretakers within the social life system. Women have also been portrayed as loving, caring, and religious in the novel. This is evident through the various roles they play in the novel as well as what they are expected to do in the society. Role of Women The author has been able to use women in this novel to express some of their feminism nature and how they play a key role in sustaining the society... Role of Women in the Novel-April...
Preview
Road Virus Heads North vs. Good Morning
2 pages (500 words) , Download 0
Free
...Morning The story “Road Virus Heads North” starts with describing the main character as heis about to attend a certain function, then unexpectedly it starts talking about a picture. This sudden change of events confuses the reader, and it appears as if two stories are being narrated at the same time. The third persona is used in the story as the main character, Kinnell, is sometimes addressed with the adjective “he”. This avoids the monotonous of continuously mentioning his name. The third persona is evident because the narrator of the story is in direct contact with the characters and the reader cannot tell whether the narrator is a man or woman. Many words... Task Road Virus Heads North vs. Good...
Preview
Critically Thinking about Your Morning Products
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning Products Product Overview and Ingredients One’s morning regimen would not be complete without using Vital Care Extreme Hold 10 Hold & Shine Sport Gel. This product is manufactured by Key Brands International, Ltd. located at 16035 East Arrow Highway, Irwindale, California. From among its products (Freeze It, It Brushable, Vital Care Hair and Vital Care Skin), the brand Vital Care was noted to be the organization’s flagship brand and was reported to “have consistent positive sales growth in major retail chains throughout the United States, including CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart, Supervalu/Albertsons and Kroger/Ralphs/Food 4 Less” (Key Brands... Critically Thinking about...
Preview
Comparative study of Robinsons London's Summer Morning and Blakes London
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning" and Blake’s, "London" Comparing and contrasting literatures will certainly facilitate a proper analysis by unveiling the literary as well as the technical aspects. However, one is quite sure that comparing and contrasting poems are not an easy task as it is involved with both literary and technical aspects. Analyzing the poetical devices and identifying the real meaning intended by the poet are equally significant. One should be capable of unveiling the connotative as well as the denotative levels of meaning which make the study authentic and systematic. This paper attempts a comparative study of Marry Robinson’s, "London's Summer Morning... ?Comparative study of Robinson’s, "London's Summer...
Preview
Morning after pills(research journal and evaluation)
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning after Pills Research Journal The research in the use of contraceptive pills specifically the e-pills was done by the employment of quantitative and qualitative research methods. During the research, a number of people both male and female were contacted to find out the hazardous effects or the benefits of using the morning after pills. First, the research targeted 15,000 people. Out of this number, 7,000 were not married. 5,000 were married women while the rest of the 3000 were men who were randomly selected from the society. In collecting the data, there was the use of the questionnaires, interviews, and other data were also collected from the existing literature. The Emergency... ...
Preview
Has Christmas Lost Its Meaning
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...morning in the previously empty crib whereby he arranged all the present that he came within the front of the crib. In Europe, most of the countries had their gift-bringer and was used to represent Santa Claus. Why the lack of knowledge and commercialization of Christmas have made it lose its meaning. As currently observed, the real meaning of Christmas is being lost for the reason that people are placing their thoughts much on the mass rather than on the Christ. People think that Christmas is much of presents, eating more and touring in different locations. Most people across the globe celebrate Christmas as nothing more than getting drunk, buying many gifts and going to parties as much...
Preview
Proposed Tesco Store, Morning Lane, Hackney, London
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning Lane, Hackney London Proposed Tesco Store, Morning Lane, Hackney London Introduction Tesco plans to redevelop and expand its stores In Hackney Central and make significant changes to the surrounding area. A planning application and conservation area have been submitted for the Tesco site and a consent has been received fo the developments of the area. There would be construction of three, nine and 13 storey buildings, providing 11,125 sq metres of retail space for a new store in the three-storey building. There will be space for eight other new shops, offices, restaurants and bars. There will be also further proposals, which include building 134 new homes, 414 car... Proposed Tesco Store,...
Preview
Carl Eugene Watts aka The Sunday Morning Slasher
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning Slasher Carl Eugene Watts “aka” The Sunday Morning Slasher The public derives most of its information regarding serial killers from Hollywood blockbusters, which undergoes a lot of exaggeration typically to attain Hollywood’s purpose to entertain. Consequently, there is a loss of a considerable amount of information. Other than the misinformed members of public, law enforcement agencies and the media also become victims of this misinformation due to the myths learnt in movies and television shows. Hence, thorough investigations fail to take place, and it inevitably leads to injustices to the victims of crimes. Therefore, learning about serial killers... ? Carl Eugene Watts “aka” The Sunday...
Preview
Morning-After Pill should not be Available to Teenagers
3 pages (750 words) , Download 0
Free
...Morning-After Pill should not be Available to Teenagers Morning-After Pill should not be Available to Teenagers According to reports by the General Household Survey of the government, 1 in every 8 teenage girl aged 16 has taken the morning-after pill at least once. This is a very alarming number if one would consider the number of other underage kids who uses this contraceptive all across the nation. It further states that 12% of teenage girls aged 16-17 has used this pill after engaging in sexual intercourse. Furthermore, .5% of these teenagers has used this pill at least twice, and .25% of these teenagers has used it even more often. According to the reports, the pill is so easy to acquire...
Preview
Morning warm-up, QA and QC procedures for Varian Linear Accelerator System
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning warm-up, QA and QC procedures for Varian Linear Accelerator System The Varian Clinac iX with dynamic motion management is widely employed for imaging and radiation therapy. The Clinac CX has been used by the hospitals to provide advanced treatments, where customization is possible in line with the requirements. Equipments such as Portal dosimetry for quality assurance and Argus software for effective quality control purposes are used in conjunction with these machines. In this paper Morning warm-up, QA and QC procedures to be broadly considered within any organization/hospital in relation to the Linear Accelerator System are discussed. It is stated...
Preview
Describing Pissarro's Boulevard Montmarte on a Winter Morning
3 pages (750 words) , Download 0
Free
...Morning” Camille Pissarro was one of the key members of the French Impressionist group of visual artists. His Impressionism had a meaning that he only could portray with his paintings. A prominent critic of 1860s, Emile Zola, eulogized his paintings as well. He was indeed one of the most innovative painters and impressionists of his time who was famous for dividing colors with beautiful edges with consummate ease. He disposed of Neo-impressionism in the 1890s whereby he adopted a style that used to focus more on supple methods, which could help him capture his sensations, and feelings that were related to the nature without any problems. This landscape... ?Pissarro’s “Boulevard Montmarte on a Winter...
Preview
Conducting Forensic Assessments: A Case Study of the Documentary Murder on a Sunday Morning
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning’ Institution: Professor: Course: Abstract This study discusses different aspects of forensic psychology in relation to juvenile suspects by assessing an individual in the case study portrayed in the documentary “Murder on a Sunday Morning”. This paper provides the brief descriptions of the following: The case study in the documentary, including a description of the individual and his forensic population. The potential role(s) of a forensic psychologist in relation to the case study. The forensic assessment principles that apply to the case study. Any third party... ?Running head: CONDUCTING FORENSIC ASSESSMENTS Conducting Forensic Assessments: A Case Study of the Documentary ‘Murder on a Sunday...
Preview
How does Barthes' The Death of the Author help illuminate the themes of Goodnight Desdemona(good morning Juliet)
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning Juliet) Reading two books concurrently, a reader has the ability to draw references of the two. If the audience does not properly understand a particular text, referring to another text can help in understanding the various concepts in the other text. Additionally, a reader can compare the two texts, and arrive to a concussion. How effective one author is in passing the intended message to the audience is yet another way that reader can use two texts together. The method of writing the texts used by the authors, the style of writing as well as the message the author wanted to pass to the audience are examples... How “The Death of the Helps Illuminate the Themes of Goodnight Desdemona (Good...
Preview
On seeing the 100% perfect girl one beautiful April morning by Haruki Murakami and Faulkners Burning Barn
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...morning by Haruki Murakami is an account of a brief encounter between the protagonistand a girl he believes to be his perfect romantic partner. The notion of perfection in a romantic partner is hard to define. On the one hand, such person possesses the qualities one admires or sees as desirable in himself / herself or people in general, e.g. kindness, commitment, thoughtfulness. On the other hand, perfection in a romantic partner is linked to the notion of feeling at ease in this person’s company. One can hardly call a romantic partner perfect, if he or she has to constantly be on the lookout not to disappoint or embarrass the partner... Short story On seeing the 100% perfect girl one beautiful April...
Preview
English Paper on Sunday Morning and Swan and Shadow
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Your full full July 08, Swan and Shadow Swan and Shadow is a nice poem written by John Hollander. The shape of the poem and its lush language put it in a unique category of poems (Fletcher). This poem has no stanza-based structure but even then, it grabs the attention of the readers because of its style and shape. The type of the poem is narrative, whereas the format is informal considering the shape, structure, and use of words. It seems to be a concrete poem as the design and shape of the poem help in understanding the theme of the poem. There is a swan shown in the poem swimming in the sea with her reflection in the water. The drifting of swam through water gives a pleasant feel... full full July 08, ...
Preview
The documentary Murder on a Sunday Morning
14 pages (2750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
An evaluation of the potential roles of a forensic psychology professional in relation to the case study reveals that a forensic psychology professional would have helped in enhancing competency hearings. In such a criminal trial, it would have been necessary that competency is determined for several reasons. Maybe it is through the determination of competency that the boy would not have been found guilty of the offense. A forensic psychologist would have also helped in the determination of the defendant’s competency. If a forensic psychologist would have been involved in the case, the defendant would have had a chance to testify in his case. This would have also enabled the defenda...
Preview
Readings: The Minds Eye by Oliver Sacks, p. 303-317 or When I Woke Up Tuesday Morning, It Was Friday by Martha Stout, p. 381-398 How To Tell a True War Story by Tim OBrien, p. 268-278
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning, It was Friday” explains her view of the importance of an individual knowing what is real and what it not real through dissociation. However, both O’Brien and Stout argue that dissociation is a very harmful experience for certain individuals because it affects the ability of a person to be psychologically present... -improvement without having a true knowledge of who you are. To the most possible extent, after waking up from the dissociative state, the society may realize its wrongs and try to make them right. Works Cited OBrien, Tim. "How to Tell a True War Story." in the The Things they Carried. New York: W. W. Norton, 1990. 273-278. Slater, Don. (2002). "Social Relationships and...
Preview
Examining the literary devices used in the novels Homage to Catalonia, For Whom The Bell Tolls, and As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning to portray the Spanish Civil War
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning" to portray the Spanish Civil War Spanish Civil War has been one of the most important historical backgrounds for the production of great literary pieces, and several significant authors of the twentieth century have produced magnificent literary creations on the civil war. For Whom the Bell Tolls (1940), a celebrated fictional novel which narrates the story of Robert Jordan, by Earnest Hemingway, As I Walked out One Midsummer Morning (1969), an epic non-fictional account of the Spanish Civil War, by Laurie Lee, and Homage to Catalonia (1938), a personal... Examining the literary devices used in the novels "Homage to Catalonia", "For Whom the Bell Tolls", and "As I Walked out One Midsummer...
Preview
JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH: AN INVITATION TO ALL OF MANKIND DUE TO CHRISTS CRUCIFIXION
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...CHRIST’S CRUCIFIXION Presented (Faculty and department) for BIBL 425– Romans by Student Name Student ID Date INTRODUCTION The context and audience of Paul’s epistle to the Romans reveals an important theological theme; justification by faith. In the letter, Paul addresses both Gentile Christians and Jewish Christians1 in relation to the issue of the Mosaic Law and Christian salvation and through exploring these he brings out the avenue for which gentiles and every other person in the world is to be justified to belong to the Kingdom of God through Christ. The centrality of the theme of justification by faith in Paul’s letter... to the Roman Christians is therefore evident and an explorative...
Preview
A report for Saturday night and Sunday morning presentation with particular attention to the practice of adaptation from its source novel, You will be assessed according to clarity of ideas, attention to film language, and appropriate use of excerpts and
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...morning presentation Introduction Saturday Night and Sunday Morning is an English film produced in 1960 by Tony Richardson, the film has a simplistic plot revolving on the life of its key character, Arthur Seaton. The film is an adaptation of a novel by the same titles written by Alan Sillitoe in 1958. The developers of the film under the leadership of Tony Richardson portray effective understanding of the art as they strive to develop a realistic plot for the film despite the closeness that such a film would share with the novel. The context of a film differs from that of a novel a feature that arises from the difference in the audiences of the two categories... A report for Saturday night and Sunday...
Preview
Film name your paper due sunday20/2011 t 11 am morning
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...?Vera Drake The 2004 British film Vera Drake deals with the issue of illegal abortions in mid-twentieth century England. The right to abortion has been a key issue in Feminist discourse from around the Second Wave of its movement. The film here comments on the issue and on gender stereotypes in Victorian England through the perspective of one working woman and her family. The film was received well by critics, winning a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, three BAFTAs and three Academy Award nominations (“Vera Drake”). The basic perspective that is upheld in the film appears to be of pro-choice. As Vera Drake says when she is first apprehended by Detective Inspector Webster... Drake The 2004...
Preview
H - L, P: Scheetz v. The Morning Call, 946 F.2d 202 Walker v. Pearl S. Buck Foundation, 1996 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 17927
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
... Case Review and Principles Governing Application of Privacy Related Torts The case number 09-614, AFL Philadelphia LLC and Jon Bongiovi, the Plaintiff, vs. Joseph E. Krause, the Defendant, was argued from March, 25 and decided on June, 4 2009. Krause, a co-owner of the Philadelphia Soul Football Club, countersued AFL Philadelphia LLC for infringement of copyrights linked to his name by misleadingly labeling the source of an email as having been sent from Krause’s Philadelphia Soul email address. From the case’s details, the email aimed at communicating to the fans who had bought the tickets of an upcoming match that it had been cancelled. However, the email was met with a fury... Case Review and...
Preview
John Milton's Symbolism and Imagery
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning of Christ's Nativity" and "Lycidas." Though the themes of each poem approach the spiritual concept of life from different angles, the incarnation and the resurrection, both herald these occasions by drawing upon a wide array of resources. Milton uses scenes from nature and superimposes upon them spiritual and mythical ideas in order to infuse them with the majesty of the event of which he writes or to which he alludes. Though the first poem, "On the morning of Christ's Nativity," deals primarily with the temporal aspect of Christ in the manger and the spectacle... the poems "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity" and "Lycidas," images...
Preview
Lucifer and Jesus
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Morning of Christ's Nativity," he captures the beauty of the arrival of Gods son Jesus on the early Christmas morning. In his poems he covers the whole experience of the Lucifer, the Satan, to Jesus, the son of God, from evil to good and from fall to redemption. In the first four stanzas of the poem... Lucifer and Jesus: Both God's Sons The concept of God is that of the highest good and highest virtue where the good and evil are treated equally. The Christian religion gives acknowledgement to the two sons of God, Jesus and Lucifer. Jesus embodied higher qualities such as love, compassion, and sacrifice, and advocated people to love and worship God. Lucifer personified selfish qualities like pride,...
Preview
Compare and contrast between Polish and American Christmas Holiday
3 pages (750 words) , Download 1
...morning. During this day too, there is a special church service called the midnight mass, that is held during the night and people spend in the church. For families with small children candle light services are held for them and these symbolize the nativity of Christ (USIA). During the Christmas day, families open their gifts in the morning before they head for the morning service that is held to bear witness to the birth of Jesus. The whole day is usually filled with celebrations with parents and relatives spending time together. The evening is marked by a special Christmas diner where lots of a food variety is served. For most American families... ? Christmas in the United s and in Poland Christmas is...
Preview
Comparing
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christs demise is that, the pope accepts that Although Christs passing occurred at a particular time ever, I need to make an agreeable qualification between the authentic occasions encompassing His passing, and the profound importance that His passing has for each one of us. The way that He passed on a cross is not all by itself, irregular, for the Romans crucified numerous individuals. Notwithstanding, not at all like all others, Christ passed on for our transgressions, and that is the reason His demise is critical for us, and for each man, woman, or youngster on earth. In the meantime, because His passing... Intuition Religious comparison As d by the Pope Benedicts as to the significance of the...
Preview
Christmas Around The World
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...nativity scene, gifts has become one of the pillars of the Christmas season. People, at this time of the year, delight in giving gifts, from the simplest such as Christmas card, to the most expensive. Today, according to Ace Collins, (2003) “shoppers spend more than $4 billion per Christmas shopping day, or about $2.8 million each minute, during the holiday season in the United States alone.” (101) Gifts are also attributed to Santa Claus or Father Christmas and Saint Nicholas in other cultures. His iconography evolved through the years and has become one that visits houses on Christmas Eve to deliver gifts to children and families who... Christmas around the World Christmas is one of the most important...
Preview
Discipleship in the Gospel of Matthew
14 pages (3500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ and that of His appointed followers; who consume the lessons of Christ and act as ministers of His New Testament precepts. In this work, the concept of discipleship... Discipleship in the Gospel of Matthew: Applying Lessons to Contemporary Christian Communities BY YOU ACADEMIC ORGANISATION This project willidentify facets of discipleship which are widely dispersed throughout the Gospel of Matthew. The general principle of the term disciple is the designation of a student or adherent of a renowned religious leader or teacher, signifying the existence of apprenticeship whereby a disciple receives sound instruction from a master mentor. The book of Matthew clearly indicates the relationship between...
Preview
Digital Digest of Mexican Art in the News
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Nativity Group with Angel of the 18th Century Guatemalan. This piece of art describes the era of crucifixion and shows the mother of Christ, Mary and his father Joseph. They are clothed in silk robes which signify a touch of the Asian fashion. This drawing depicts the Virgin Mary as in the face of a Hispano-Philippine. This is deduced from the eyes being heavy-lidded and the oval face that is braced with pure countenance. The drawing also depicts the usual culture of the silk from the Chinese that is attained through the Galleon trade. The design that was generated by the workshops that created the Guatemalan sculptures maintained a constant style over... Topic: Mexican Art Art is a part of the society...
Preview
Symbols in Van Eyck's Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christs life, whereas the ones on the right portray Christs death. This could also explain the disparity between the season (early summer, according to the presence of the tree) and the subjects winter clothing, if the wife had died in the winter months.... Symbols in Van Eycks Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife Painted in 1434, Van Eycks Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife is one of the best-preserved and most complex pieces of art in Western history. On a very obvious level, the items painted in the room show that the subject was wealthy: the chandelier, the jewellery, the over-large mirror, the expensive carpet, and even the couples outfits are all subtle reminders of their social...
Preview
Visual Communication
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ. Sandro designed the Mystic Nativity painting a few days after the preaching monk had a sermon in Lenten. The preacher was a rebelious leader who wanted the best for his people. His preachings were mostly against status quo; thus, he was always preaching the need for betterment and reforms. The particular preaching that motivated Sandro to create... Sandro Botticelli Sandro Botticelli was an artist who lived very many years ago during the renaissance period. Renaissance was a period when lots of rebirth occurred around Europe. There were reforms of all kinds around Europe, and it was characterized by great development, discoveries that changed peoples’ perceptions. It was a time when religions...
Preview
RITUALS&SYMBOLS
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ and a witness to the humble servant actions of the Lord of glory. On Good Friday, at either a 12:00 noon or 7:00 pm worship experience, we will be called to mourn that in us which gave rise to Christs... Rituals and Symbols The service that I attended was a regular (traditional) Sunday service at a Presbyterian church. The church was in a nice neighborhood, full of classic suburban-style homes and well-kept lawns. Cars in the parking lot reflected a relatively affluent group of people although some cars were older and rusted. Most were the types of cars that are linked with suburban housewives and corporate moguls. The people who attended the church also reflected this impression. Most were...
Preview
Christ Crowned with thorns
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ Crowned with Thorns” by Matthias Stom A piece of art that I could lived with is “Christ Crowned with Thorns” by Matthias Stom. This piece is not just a beautiful painting, but a work of art with deep meaning. The contrast between the usage of dark and light in the painting is striking. I love “Christ Crowned with Thorns”. In fact this is my favorite painting. Matthias Stom, a Dutch painter, created “Christ Crowned with Thorns” after becoming a Caravaggisti in Rome (Norton Simon Museum). “Christ Crowned with Thorns” depicts the torture of Jesus Christ at night illuminated...
Preview
Servant Leadership
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ states that privileges in the kingdom are assigned by only the Father (Mathew 20:22, New International Version). In our cultures, leaders are appointed or elected by other people. The appointment may be done by other senior leaders or elections by the mass through democracy. In heaven, democracy does not work, the Father decides. Jesus describes the leadership of the Gentiles and compares it to that in heaven. Unlike Gentile leaders, Kingdom leaders must become servants to lead others (Mathew 20:22, New International Version). In describing the Gentile and Kingdom leadership, Christ points out a major defect in the leadership in our culture. Jesus...
Preview
Research Assignment (Research Methods of Sociology)
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...nativity, economic status, work experience, disability status, children’s health insurance coverage, region and residence. All children who are uninsured form 9.4% of the whole population. 13.8% of children in poverty are not insured. Demographics by household income indicate the following: households that earn less than$25,000 have 13.6% of its population uninsured. Households that earn $25, 000- $49,999 form 13%, $50,000 to $74,999 form 10.2%, $ 75,000 form 4.7% of the uninsured population respectively (DeNavas-Walt, Proctor... Census Health Insurance Report Analysis The units of analysis or demographics that are present in the Census Reports online are: coverage by race and Hispanic origin, age,...
Preview
Introduction to Art - Museum Paper
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Nativity with the Infant Saint John The Nativity with the Infant Saint John is a circular painting belonging to a category that Pero di Cosimo called the tondo. It is a unique painting of the 1500s, which received popularity in the Renaissance period. The painting signifies an intriguing cosmic harmony and reflects eternity and divinity. In the painting, Mary, the mother of Jesus is in a kneeling position in an effort to adore the infant Christ who is at the forefront of the painting. The infant Christ is sleeping on a blue mantle. The head of the infant rests... Introduction to Art - Museum Paper Introduction Piero di Cosimo is one of the Florentine artists that received a remarkable reputation for...
Preview
Christians today
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ. As such, there should be the realization among Christians that they belong to one another as they can be termed as many parts that comprise Christs body (Sommer, 2007). References Sommer, C. (2007). We Look for a Kingdom: The Everyday Lives of the Early Christians. San Francisco: Ignatius Press.... Today What are some of the important things that Christians today can learn from the early church? According to Sommer(2007), there are crucial things that the Christians of today can learn from the early church based on the practices of the Christians of the early church. The first thing that Christians can learn from the early church is that prayer is essential in everyday life. Apostles during the ...
Preview
Student Analysis
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...nativity though... For Environmental Balance, Pick Up a Rifle In her response to Nicholas D. Kristof’s “For Environmental Balance, Pick Up a Rifle”, Betsy Swinton agrees that the author involves in an engaging form of writing. At the early stage, precisely in paragraph 1, she announces her stand on the issue; that she does not know much about the deer problem, which she classifies as both her problem and as Kristof’s problem. As one reads her essay, one expects a confused author, talking about a topic has little knowledge about. This does not appear as a surprise as she entirely relies on Kristof’s arguments to make her point known; the deer problem to her is a foreign topic. I do not blame her nativity ...
Preview
Essay question
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ” The most prominent and possibly the most important symbol of Christianity is the cross. It symbolizes the sacrificial demise of Jesus Christ for the redemption of the whole world. Cross is a widely known symbol of Christianity today. In Christianity, the cross symbolizes the intersection of God’s love and His justice. "Body of Christ" is used mean to the members of His church, throughout history. The body of Christ is the Church. The body of Christ is sometimes differentiated into four bodies. These four bodies are: Christ’s physical body (Heb. 10:5), Christ’s resurrection body (Phil. 3:20-21), Christ’s symbolic body (1 Cor. 11:23-29... due: The Christian symbols of “cross” and the “Body of...
Preview
Controversial Images in Art
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...CHRIST: CONTROVERSIAL IMAGES IN ART due: Andres Serranos 1987 photo “Piss Christ” has been a benchmark of debate since its establishment. Andres Serrano glowed outrage when one of his art photos went on exhibition that included a crucifix flooded in his own urine. The stimulating part of this whole “Piss Christ” debate is that those people who feel insulted are being upset for the wrong intention. People think that their religion is being "pissed on," after what the artist projected to express was that many current Christians do precisely that every freaking day. Andres Serrano tries to convey that Christians piss on...
Preview
Murders in the Cathedral by T.S. Eliot
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Christ to God. This is because the birth of Jesus exists in conjunction with the mass of the nativity, to symbolize the transformation of mankind from their sinful nature. Becket admits that Christians can mourn at the same time rejoice since the birth and death symbolizes the death of Becket and the birth symbolizes the coming of Jesus. This is like a new hope and a relief for the people of Canterbury. 17. The main lessons from the sermon of Thomas are his death is a symbol of Christ and hence the congregation must keep the peace as h has... A Review of the Book, “Murders in the Cathedral” by T.S. Eliot The type of moodset by the Chorus in their opening speech is anxiety and fear. The chorus instills...
Preview
1 - 50 results of 500 items