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    Joshua Moses said to Joshua, “Choose some of our men and go out to fight the Amalekites. Tomorrow I will stand on top of the hill with the staff of God in my hands.” Exodus 17:9 This is the first passage of scripture where you find Joshua. There is a law called the law of first mention. The law of first mention is a principle that requires one to take a fraction of Scriptures where a principle, expression, or act is mentioned for the first time, in the Bible, and to study the first occurrence of

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    The Book of Joshua

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    The book of Joshua is a historical book about the conquest of the promise land. Joshua was most likely the author of this book since he was present for the time it took place; except for his death, which believed to be written by a high priest named, Phinehas. Joshua was the man God called to lead the people of Israel into the land of Canann after Moses died. Out of all of the Israelites that escaped slavery from Egypt, only two original people made it into the Promised Land, Joshua and Caleb.

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    Joshua And The Children

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    Joshua and the Children There were a lot of reasons Joseph Girzone titled his book "Joshua and the Children". I think the main reason for the title was because of Joshua’s purpose in the town. The author explains how Joshua is there to fulfill "his Father’s" promise. Joshua wants to teach all the children of the town to get along and be at peace with each other. Joshua says it is too late for the adults to learn the way, who have lived hateful lives. Joshua must turn to the children if

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    Religion in Joshua and The Children Herm’s question, “Josh, what do you think of Religion?” becomes the beginning of a period of both joy and conflict for Joshua as he is then often encountered with many related questions and, later, contradiction from the Church. These questions all lead to similar answers, in which Joshua expands on his ideas. And because of this further discussion, it’s important to read all of his responses throughout the book in order to understand his reply and to intelligently

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    Joshua Gaugler

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    The Concert of a Lifetime The concert has begun after a fifteen minute delay caused from the powder snow that started early on in the day and continued through the evening. There I stood up in front of the small crowd on this snowy Sunday evening. I glanced out upon the crowd as the piano picked up speed and intensity. I knew that I was about to strike that F chord in a few measures. I quickly removed the moisture from my fingers with the cloth I brought with me. The band had a special meeting planned

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    The book of Joshua is the continuation of the pilgrimage of Israel to the Promised Land. However, it is also a book about the man Joshua. Joshua's life is an illustration of the power of faith, and teaches us the key to victorious living. The principles he lived by and through which he found success are the same ones we can live by to be victorious in Christ. The essential element of that life is faith. Joshua was born a slave in Egypt but he was selected to follow Moses as the leader of Israel

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    serve as leaders, Joshua serves as a role model. According to Damazio, “Leaders are the first to model the will of God for others to follow, he or she takes the forefront and leads by example, whether battle with God’s enemies or in establishing truth and justice in Gods kingdom (Frank, 1996, p, 19)”. Joshua therefore stands before us as an example of what it takes to be a great leader. We must insist on the historical truthfulness of the Bible as it reports the life of Joshua. Joshua is the compelling

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    Work of Sir Joshua Reynolds” deeply explores the construction and meaning behind the female portrait paintings done by Joshua Reynolds. Joshua Reynolds was a renowned portrait painter and Founder and President of the Royal Academy of Arts. His artistic life consisted much of full length portraits of many men, women, and children. His most significant work, however, was his portraits of women. Gill Perry analyzed his works and has come to the conclusion that the art created by Joshua Reynolds often

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    Where Have You Gone, Joshua Chamberlain? To some, it may be considered a minor inconvenience. To others, a drawn-out ordeal with annoying aspects, but one they realize will be completed shortly. Yet to some, to a select, elite group of young, paranoid, and, let’s face it, broke, lot of people known as college students, it’s a travesty. An impossibility. An object traveling deep into the Void, never to be seen again. This trip into the parallel universe to which some objects traverse without

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    battle is not getting better, its getting bitterer - and that's not good. I would like to take a familiar story from the Old Testament, I would like to look at the story of the battle of Jericho found in Joshua chapter 6 in our Bible and Jesus' Bible. Then the Lord said to Joshua, "See, I have delivered Jericho into your hands, along with it's king and it's fighting men. March around the city once with all the armed men. Do this for six days. Have seven priests carry trumpets of rams'

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    La Vita e Bella

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    marries Dora. The birth of their son Joshua and five years go by. WWII starts and the Germans take many Jews to concentration camps. On the night of Joshua’s fifth birthday German soldiers come and take Guido, his uncle and Joshua off to a concentration camp. When Dora learns what has become of her husband and son she pursues them, eventually landing in the same camp as them. As Joshua and Guido are traveling to the camp and even when they arrive, Guido makes Joshua believe that the entire ordeal is

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    Position Paper. “Concerning the Use of Biblical Quotations in Matter of Science” 1) Is Galileo right that Joshua passage cannot be taken literally, and that some interpretation is necessary no matter which system of the world is being considered? Yes. Literal reading of Joshua will bring us to unpleasant consequences. If only Sun’s and Moon’s spheres will be stopped, laws of Ptolemy will be broken (f.ex. relationship between planets and Sun-Earth line). In Copernican Universe, with modern discoveries

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    seen that there are two paths that can be chosen to be explore but in the film ‘Life is Beautiful’ Guido doesn’t have a choice, Guido is forces to go to war, his forces to attend the concentration camp but nothing could be done to stop Guido and Joshua from going to war. I end in saying the inner journey involves the exploration of the self, their mind and spirit.

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    Flaws in Christianity

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    definition, cannot exist. Christianity is, therefore, a fundamentally flawed religion. According to the Bible, events have occured which are even more miraculous than the resurection of Jesus Christ. Events such as the stopping of the sun by Joshua (Joshua 10:12-14), the reversal of the sun's course by Isaiah (Isaiah 38:7-8) , the resurrection of the saints, and their subsequent appearance to many (Matthew 27:52-53) were witnessed by thousands of people. The stopping and reversal of the sun

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    The main point of the story of Rahab is that God rewards people, regardless of their station or past sins, who put their faith in Him. The story of Rahab begins when Joshua, after receiving God’s command to enter into the Promised Land, sends two spies into Jericho and the surrounding areas to “view the land” (Joshua 2:1). The two spies are discovered in Jericho as they enter Rahab’s harlot house. The king of Jericho, being alerted to their presence, sends for the spies. Rahab hides the two

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    The Messiah Stones

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    The main character in The Messiah Stones is John McGowan. He has a wife names Sarah, a son names Joshua who is eight years old, and Oliver who is six years old. His Dad left him when he was nine years old because he went to Jerusalem for an archeological dig and never saw him again after he left. Because of this he lived with his mother for his whole childhood. John is a family man who loves his wife and kids very much, and missed his father. It doesn’t tell what John does for a living but

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    Many elements of the film Life is Beautiful can compare to the Bible. For example, Guido, the main character, acts as a Christ figure in that he saves his son, Joshua from the evils of the Holocaust. Another example that compares with the Bible is the tank that is promised to Joshua. Finally, Guido’s death eventually saves Joshua from his own death. Such examples in the movie are comparable to examples in the Bible. In the film, Guido is a Christ figure to his son. During their imprisonment

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    Managing Marketing with God

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    at times. The position of management itself indicates an advanced level of leadership, and is a position of strategy and must be viewed objectively understanding that decisions made must be all inclusive. In the book of Joshua, the 1st chapter and the 9th verse God instructs Joshua as the new leader of the Israelites that he is now in a strategic position: the responsibility of leading his nation rests with him (The Holy Bible, 2010). He has been given this authority because of his relationship with

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    In America, we live among the wealthiest of people. We are advanced in education, economics, research and medicine. We consider ourselves the most powerful and protected people in the world. Our economy is booming, information is flying, and opportunity abounds. We consider ourselves the most religious and the most generous of all people. We have the most stable government in the world, yet we find ourselves in a national crisis. As Americans, we have lost our moral compass and we are facing a

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    Joshua Hoffine

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    Joshua Hoffine was born in Emporia, Kansas in 1973. He graduated from Kansas State University in 1995 with a degree in English Literature. Following graduation, he moved to Kansas City where he became a freelance photographer. He is known for his work dealing with horror often taking the form of children’s nightmares. There are many different forms of horror work’s such as films, books, cosplay (costume play) and photography. Horror can be explained as something that brings an extreme sensation

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