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2 000 Years Jesus Christ
1,336 wordsTheologians and philosophers have been trying to question who Jesus is for hundreds of year now. This time in the form of what is called the contemporary study of Christology. The thrust of Christology is somewhat dependent upon which theologian one reads. Hans Kung calls his approach Christology from below. Others simply focus on the crucifixion and the resurrection of Christ (Cunningham); others are exploring His life and work on earth (Imbelli). Some deny the fact that Jesus is God (Kung), ot...
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Privatizing Social Security Hard Earned Money
1,607 words... er. More and more people in the United States are starting to invest their money in the stock market, mutual funds, savings accounts, bonds, etc. They feel that they are smart enough to take care of their own investments and do not need the government to take care of them like children. They also do not feel comfortable with living on Social Security when it comes time to retire. James K. Glassman from US News & World Report writes about how the governments help is not need for people whom n...
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Literature Resource Center Academic Search Elite
1,836 words... the end, Candide has come to learn the harsh lesson that Voltaire is putting forward (2). Having been subject to various calamities and philosophies, he finally gets it! The point is that though society, including Lady Cunegonde, may be corrupt, we (as individuals of free choice) must cultivate our garden (Voltaire 120). Garden, in this context, is a metaphor for whatever the reader considers an ideal situation. Voltaire is trying to say that the goodness of Providence is the only asylum in ...
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Academic Search Elite
1,229 words... s decision making than it did in the past.
PART II: THE EFFECTSOne major consequence attributed to having sex as a teenager, and even as an adult is the acquiring of diseases. Diseases in this respect are not limited to just those that affect the physical well-being of a person but also that which affects the mental well-being of the person. Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) are gaining more and more publicity. Every year more and more teenagers are getting infected with some...
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Would Proportional Representation Strengthen The Republic
1,330 words... major parties, which qualify all their stances, can still hardly come to terms now, how on earth would numerous small parties with real defined positions accomplish work together? Plus, if PRs aim is to have more productive authentic representatives, then it stands to reason that for every authentic representative on one end of the political spectrum, there would be another on the opposite end. Is it not likely that advocates of Diversity would simply be opposed and countered by advocates of...
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American Heritage Dictionary Supreme Court Cases
1,762 wordsPrayer before a game, under God as a part of the pledge, the Ten Commandments on school walls: are all of these really an endorsement of religion or are they merely a nations heritage; traditions passed down year after year? This point could and probably will be argued forever. But there is one thing that must be settled once and for all. If rights are to be removed from moral, conservative students in the public school system, then the precedent set by the removal of these rights must extend al...
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Comparing Poetry Of Elizabeth Bishop And Robert Lowell
1,068 words... r millionaire? He is a person who retires to the town during the summer only portraying to be a millionaire rather than being one. He displays the town people as being lethargic. The proof of this statement can be seen in his description of the interior decorator because there is no money in his work, / hed rather marry (23 - 24). To justify the meaning of the skunks, Lowell states that the skunks are both quixotic and barbarously absurd, hence the tone of amusement and defiance (210). Bisho...
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Academic Search Elite Electoral Votes
1,222 wordsIn order to fully understand the workings of the Electoral College we must first look at its origins. What were the founding fathers considering when they created this system for electing our president? We must go back to the days where people still got around on horseback. In 1787, the nation was made up of only thirteen states and four million people. Crude transportation and communication were all that connected the country, making a national campaign unrealistic. Also, keep in mind that thes...
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Embryonic Stem Cells Stem Cell Research
1,813 wordsThe Stem Cell Dilemma Every day, nearly 3, 000 people die while waiting for an organ transplant (D'Agnese). Moreover, 66, 000 people are still on an organ donor list in the United States, few of which will ever see their name come up on that list ("Improving"). Many people believe nothing can be done about this sad fact. However, this is not the case. Studies on stem-cell research point toward a solution to this deadly problem. With efficient use of stem cells, many diseases and medical problems...
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Early Childhood Learning Process
2,705 wordsFamily Involvement Plan Every child needs to be educated in order to grow up and become a healthy member of the society they live in. Usually, they start with Kindergarten and get all their way up to College. Different teachers teach children different subjects which are really important to each child and their later lives. But the most important teachers of all are the parents, mother and father. Not only them, but the family in general are primary teachers to the child. According to Heather Br...
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Seamus Heaney Nobel Prize
1,609 wordsIntroduction -Seamus Heaney, an Irish poet and writer was given the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1995 because of his outstanding contribution to literature. -His contribution reaches far from different poems, prose's, plays, translations and limited editions and booklets (Poetry and prose). Body -Biography -Early Life -Career - 1995 Nobel Prize acceptance speech -Irish Resistance history -Punishment poem -Connection between Biography, Irish Resistance history, and the poem Conclusion -Because of...
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Phone While Driving Cell Phone
1,079 wordsDangers of Cell Phone Use The use cellular phone has extended like wild fire in the recent decade. It has become an integral part of everyday life for many American citizens, and a great number of people depend on them to perform daily operations. Unluckily, many of these daily operations take place while the individual is driving. Cell phones and other kinds of wireless communication also generate distractions and boost a drivers risk on the road. The use of cell phones create a risk for societ...
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Academic Search Elite Electoral Votes
1,335 words9; With the surge of controversy surrounding the recent election, the United States has rekindled the Electoral College debate. However, this isn? t the first time that a tight election has resulted in unclear or contested results. Nor is it the first time the Electoral College has made a president out of the popular vote loser. In the over two hundred years since its construction, the Electoral College has demonstrated its shortcomings with more than its share of mishaps. Is this system a tr...
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Academic Search Elite Illegal Drug
1,607 wordsThe Truth About Adam Its Friday night and you have nothing to do. Youre putting your schoolbooks away and you notice a flyer that you received earlier today. It says: Spectacular Laser Light Show Dance ALL night long to the newest trance songs in the industry. You decide to check it out and after asking a few people of the location of this dance party you find yourself in front of an abandoned warehouse. You walk in and the sound is blaring and the laser lights you read about are moving to the m...
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Academic Search Elite Gays And Lesbians
2,011 wordsHomophobia in America Homophobia continues in our society, urban and rural, which is apparent in Michael Lassell's poem How to Watch Your Brother Die and in Neil Millers essay In Search of Gay America: Ogilvie, Minnesota. What are homophobic people afraid of? Do they know? Knowledge and awareness of homosexuality is the best way to prevent homophobia. According to Religious tolerance. com Homophobia has a variety of meanings, including hatred of homosexuality, hatred of homosexuals, fear of gays...
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2 000 Years Jesus Christ
1,331 wordsTheologians and philosophers have been trying to question who Jesus is for hundreds of year now. This time in the form of what is called the contemporary study of Christology. The thrust of Christology is somewhat dependent upon which theologian one reads. Hans Kung calls his approach Christology from below. Others simply focus on the crucifixion and the resurrection of Christ (Cunningham); others are exploring His life and work on earth (Imbelli). Some deny the fact that Jesus is God (Kung), ot...
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