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    However, each writer conveys the same message by providing the reader separate accounts of God’s works. In Taylor’s “From God’s Determinations”, Taylor explains how God is the creator of all things. He explains that he created the Earth, the sun, the moon, and the overall universe. In short, Taylor believes that God is the grand architect of his reality. From the information that is provided, one can infer that God, who is a supernatural

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    throngs of assembled angels say,"Eternal King, the Author of all being/Fountain of light, thyself invisible/..." (III, 376-7) Here God is portrayed as the great originator of everything in all of creation. To be the "author" of something is to be the creator, much the same way as Milton himself is creating the world of the poem. In virtually every instance the act of "authoring", is associated with images of primacy and legitimacy. The ultimate act of creation, that of shaping the physical world itself

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    Frankenstein

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    hate for mankind right from the beginning. Can we really blame the creator though? Never even named by his creature, his being of unimportance, and his identity is worthless in the eyes of his creature Frankenstein. In fact he has no identity, he is looked upon as a monster that was never given the opportunity to transform himself as a being. We see a defenite theme throughout both the movie and the novel of the creator never getting the opportunity of trying to fit in. Frankenstein is fully

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    and bring it into life in many different, yet similar, ways. They work both alone and with others like them to bring out some of their best in masterpieces that could be on the television set, iPod, computers, and many more devices. Though these creators may have had a rough start they evolved along with this new wave of technology. That technology they then proceeded to take and not only make, but enhance their creations to come up with even better pieces of work.

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    Never Be a Victim

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    There are two different mind sets to reacting to difficulties in life, the Victim way and the Creator way. According to David Mirman’s article on Victim and Creators: a Victim is someone who when faced with a negative experience tries to find someone or something else to shift the blame on, that mentality is counterproductive, because it does not help someone reach their goals in life. He describes a Creator as someone who when faced with a negative situation tries to learn from and overcome the situation

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    People make choices in life either good or bad to succeed or to be a failure. Today I will be explaining the differences between a creator and victim some things you should know about the two. A creator is a person who leads not follow. A person who wants to take their dream to turn it into a reality and that can change the world. Victims do more of the opposite. Victims make bad choices that can get them into a lot of trouble that can lead there career goals going downhill. Victim also fails to

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    technological advancement. Both texts explore a broken relationship between creator and creation. This is portrayed on the front cover through the predominant usage of black, symbolising anger, power and isolation – elements of the broken relationships in the texts. There are also four sets of eyes - Frankenstein’s monster, Roy Batty, Victor and Tyrell. The use of placement and lines separates the creation (top two images) from their creators (bottom two images) to represent their broken relationships and their

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    The Mindsets of Victims and Creators

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    least two major mindsets. He refers to them as Victims and Creators. What are the definitions of these types of mindsets? A Victim is someone who feels that they cannot influence their own outcomes in life and let things happen without trying to shape the result. A Creator is someone who consistently make choices that result in the outcome that they want. David Mirman has written an article that provides this clear example of Victim and Creator mindsets using the example of two college students searching

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    The Evil of Nature in Blake's The Tyger In the poem "The Tyger" Blake comments on nature and in particularly its creator. He comments on the darker side of nature, and the animal kingdom, through the tiger. Blake describes the tiger as a creature of nature that he fears. He describes the "fire in thine eyes", its "deadly terror clasp" and also its "dread hand" and " dread feet". He uses an extended metaphor of fire to describe the vivid colour of its coat but also because fire has many

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    The Bible is the Authoratative Word of God

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    times of utter despair of sickness, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, brokenness in the family, drugs, the death of my father and the abandonment o... ... middle of paper ... ...nesis 1:27, and Psalm 148:5 that reveal God as the creator of the universe, and the creator of purpose as having sent His son (John 3:16) to die for our sins, claiming victory over our broken, shattered, and confused lives. Since my life has been affected by an encounter with God, I know that God is a God of purpose and

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