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    school day throughout the school year? Well with an ambassador program, it’s possible. An ambassador program would be a great addition to Phoenix Middle School for new students as well as new faculty members because the exceeded introductions would benefit both them and the school. It’s important to realize that introductions to new surroundings is import...

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    they want without exchanging any form of currency. In an ideal society everyone will only work for the benefit of the society. Men and women will be allocated jobs based on the requirement of the society. Each citizen will have a purpose in the society. Everyone will be taught specific skills which they will have to employ for the benefit of the society. By benefiting the society, they will benefit themselves because everyone will acquire an equal share in the common wealth. Common wealth being the

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    enjoyed taking unrelated classes. This is because I have learned that there are, in fact, multiple benefits of taking classes outside of a major. Required classes are beneficial because they allow a student to discover unknown interests, gain a wider area of knowledge and expertise, as well as it gives that student the ability to use an area of knowledge from one area to aid in another. One benefit of being “forced” to take classes outside of a major is students may discover more or even better

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    results, on the Ohio Career Information System, and from the PLAN test results, I can say that this career field suits me well and fits my personality. The second option for a career that also suits me well is Christian ministry; the broader term being clergy. This career fits my personality because, I myself, am a Christian and this field of work coincides with my beliefs. I desire to serve God and teach other people about Christ, so this career opens the door for me to practice that. The results from

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    Anabaptist that Candide met showed the silliness of religious prejudices. The old woman's story of her father, Pope Urban X, and the life of wealth she lived as a child shows the corruption of the Catholic clergy. Finally, the conversation Candide and Cacambo had with the old man in Eldorado shows the benefits of a simple religion, a contrast of the European religions of the time. During the eighteenth century, the Anabaptists were often persecuted and hated because of their radical religious beliefs.

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    Essay - Clergy & Laity Katelyn R. Gonzalez, Student Christian Life, faith, and Ministry/108 Week-4 November 22, 2013 Hjamil A. Martínez-Vázquez, Ph.D. Essay - Clergy & Laity The word view salvation in relations to works, and believe that salvation from works is a misleading believe that have cost people their ticket to heaven. There had been numerous of people who have tried to explain the truth about salvation and works. However, they give up or distort the truth. Others have tried to

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    Is your pastor a male or a female? The most common answer would have been male. As a society were not used to seeing women in clergy. If you haven't noticed women are starting to change the roles of clergy by joining. Its great that women are joining and changing the view of the church. Its something you should support and appreciate. It shows how the church has evolved and accepts all who are willing to take the responsibility of pastoral ministry. Being a female should not be the reason that you

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    method of punishment. Basically, judicial reprieve suspended sentences of incarceration as an act of mercy or leniency. It was used in cases where judges did not believe that incarceration was proportionate to the crime or in cases where no productive benefit was expected. Of course, this alternative was used for offenders who committed minor offences or were first-timers. While the offender was on reprieve, the offender kept their liberties and freedoms. Upon the expiration of a specified period of time

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    disruptive. In the second page of Draeger’s analysis, he argues that the white clergy to whom Dr. Martin Luther King addresses in his letter should show empathy and concern about the racial injustice of the United States in the 1960s. In the 1960s, the white clergy that served as the audience to Dr. King’s article were emotionally indifferent to the suffering of Black Americans due to racial segregation. Draeger believes that the clergy should have forged an emotional connection

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    delivers a speech to the clergy, asking them to pass the Act of Uniformity, which would create a single Church of England. She wished to create a middle road, hoping that it would allow her subjects to live in peace with each other while restoring Protestantism as

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