Th... ... middle of paper ... ...istening to John Tetzel. The viewer can see them at almost every public gathering and see their reactions which reflect the reactions of the other poor people. The film also gave insight to the corruption in the Catholic Church. For example Luther saw a brother leaving with a prostitute. Also there was a scene where Cardinal Cajetan showed Aleander statues of the prior popes and told him of their real personalties, like how Pope Alexander VI had wives and mistresses even though it is against their religion for holy men to marry nevertheless cheat.
In Dayton, Tennessee, 1925, a high school biology teacher was arrested. He was arrested because he taught the theory of evolution. The teacher, John T. Scopes, was accused of having violated the Butler Act. This was a Tennessee law that forbade the teaching of the theory of evolution in public schools. The Tennessee legislature felt that teaching evolution was wrong because it contradicted the creation theory of the Bible.
"Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you," these examples are one of many different exa nt protest which Martin-Luther king successfully achieved when attempting to receive the equal rights of black and white men. Although many Christians believe that war is wrong, some Christians do take part in war as they believe that the bible teaches them teaching that permit war. God gave people the ability to reason. War may be justified. "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth".
In the end he even begs for forgiveness for anything he's written that's an overstatement or understatement of the truth. The clergymen at this point are forced to support the cause of anti-segregation or jeopardize their positions within the church with their hypocritical positions. King's letter was powerful and crafted with utmost precision, so much so that on May 10th 1963 the Birmingham agreement was announced and the town was desegregated. Only 28 days from his arrest and King had won Birmingham, “probably the most thoroughly segregated city In the United States.”
In his speech, he claimed that the war was evil and unjust and it should be stopped. Martin Luther King used unexpected words, religious imagery, and his credibility to show the ugly side of the Vietnam War in his speech. Dr. King didn’t only use his religious faith as a way to establish his credibility and to convince people, he also mentioned about his
Billy Graham should be on a stamp because he has led many people to Christ, helped young people pass his work on and down, and is just such an inspirational and great man. Billy Graham’s last film The Cross moved many people, he had a big boom into society, and he has a very unique and interesting background that is fun to learn about. Billy Graham is one of the most amazing and super human people in America during the 20th century.
The fact that his friends would be hanged contributed even more to his decision, as when he saw Rebecca and Martha he felt like he was being dishonorable and he realized that he was going to a worst place in his afterlife in case he lied. As said, every aspect of conscious on that play revolved around christian beliefs. Proctor can certainly be compared to Jesus, for he served as an example to people and died for them in a way that they will now realize that they can change. Since Proctor was a important person in the town, people will now look with different eyes towards the Minister’s judgement. Proctor’s struggle with his consciousness was a lifelearn lesson that he could take forever with him, had he not died.
Title VII was the most significant of all the sections However, when initially introduced by Kennedy prior to his death, it was only to apply to government employ-ment. After much debate and revision before Congress, it was changed to private sector employment only. Federal, state, and local government employment were excluded from the law. Southern congressmen tried to sabotage the bill by adding "sex - gender" to the original bill. They thought that this would surely kill the bill.
In the North he was the great emancipationist. Lincoln was loved by many, and he could have used this to his advantage. One reason that he was so loved was because he had the ability to draw people's attention with his speeches. After his assassination and the reaction of the American people, the fact that he was so loved was a surprise to some people in Washington. There was a three week funeral procession where Lincoln's body was taken to the big cities by a special train so that the people could mourn him.
Henry II wanted to enforce common law in his country, a system of justice with a jury that accuses suspects and royal judges that determine the sentence on the criminals. The Church, headed by the archbishop of Canterbury, wanted to keep their traditional system of canon law. The huge flaw in canon law was apparent to all of England, but the church was not willing to back down to the State. In the church's court system, the two greatest concerns were the immunity granted to church officials and the immunity granted to those who sought sanctuary.